Two-Piece Inflatable Penile Implant

This implant puts you back in control of your erectile function. A two-piece Inflatable Penile Implant is contained entirely in the body1 and was designed for easy use.

How it works

The fluid-filled device consists of a pair of cylinders implanted in the penis and a pump implanted in the scrotum. Squeezing and releasing the pump moves fluid to the cylinders, creating an erection. Deflating the device is a simple one-step process.1

The Procedure

The implant procedure is typically done on an outpatient basis with a short hospital stay and is performed under anesthesia.1 Your doctor can tell you more about the surgical procedure.


Every patient’s experience is different, and you should talk to your physician about what to expect. You may experience pain and soreness at the surgical site. The full healing time before using your device is usually about six weeks. As with any medical procedure, complications can occur. Side effects include, but are not limited to:1

  • Natural or spontaneous erections as well as other interventional treatment options will become impossible
  • Infection, in which case the implant may have to be removed
  • Penis may become shorter, curved, or scarred
  • Pain (typically associated with the healing process)
  • Mechanical failure of the implant


Important Safety Information

Your doctor is your best source for information on the risks and benefits of a penile implant. Talk to your doctor for a complete listing of risks, warnings and important safety information.

Additional information is provided in the product Patient Manuals, available through your doctor.

Find A Physician

Finding a Urologist in your area who specialises in the treatment of ED is important.

Getting help is easy! Talking to your GP or a prosthetic Urologist is the first positive step towards determining whether you have ED, and if you do, how to best treat it. Urologists are specialists in these conditions and other urological conditions and are generally able to offer the full spectrum of treatment options. Your GP or Urologist are best qualified to diagnose and make recommendations on the most suitable treatments for you.


Preparing For Treatment

Sexual Health Inventory For Men

Gauge the degree of your condition, then share the results with your urologist.

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Life After Your Procedure

Treatment doesn't end with the procedure. We want you to have the best possible outcome, so we offer post-surgery materials to help you through your recovery. Come here for answers to you questions.