Penile Implant

For men from Toronto, Ontario; Vancouver, British Columbia; Winnipeg, Manitoba; and beyond who are unhappy with the appearance and size of their penises, Surgical Solutions Network offers private penile implant surgery in Canada at our Toronto surgical facility. This surgical procedure involves implanting a prosthesis in the penis to enhance appearance, length, and girth. This procedure is not designed to treat erectile dysfunction. It is solely for cosmetic purposes to enhance the penis.

Penis Surgery with Surgical Solutions

Men from throughout Canada and beyond choose to have penile implant surgery at Surgical Solutions to improve the size and appearance of their penises do not have to wait to have surgery. Our fellowship-trained surgeons are highly skilled at performing penis surgery. We strive to provide exceptional pre- and post-operative care and a compassionate, caring, and rewarding experience with a patient-centred approach.

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Why Have Penile Implant Surgery?

Many men are unhappy with the size and shape of their penises, whether they have indentation deformities, buried penis (retractile penis), inadequate girth, or any other cosmetic conditions that are out of their control. If you are unhappy with the appearance and size of your penis, a penile implant can help improve your confidence.

The implant is designed to move with your penis so that it remains in place when you have an erection and during sexual intercourse. It does not interfere with the functionality of the penis but enhances the shape and appearance of the penis.

What Is Penile Implant Surgery Like?

Penile implant surgery is typically an outpatient surgery that takes about 1 hour to complete. To perform the surgery, the surgeon makes a small incision along the upper portion of the scrotum where he inserts the penile implant under the skin, along the shaft of the penis. Thanks to this placement of the incision, scarring is minimized and is often well-concealed after a full recovery.

The implant is inserted beneath the skin and is then secured with stitches and stabilized with surgical mesh.

Once the implant is inserted and the stitches are placed, your surgeon will typically insert a drain at the incision site. The drain remains in place for 2-3 days after surgery and your stitches are removed after 2-3 weeks. You will need to refrain from strenuous physical activities and sexual activity as your body heals.

Recovery is quick for most patients, but full recovery and results can take several weeks. Your doctor will advise you when you are safe to resume sexual activity following surgery.

What Are Potential Side Effects of Penile Implant Surgery?

In clinical studies, penile implant surgery proved to have minimal negative side effects, but as with any surgical procedure, there are potential risks. The most common side effects of penile implant surgery were fluid build-up and infection at the incision site. These were most common among patients who did not fully comply with their post-operative care instructions.

Following surgery, it is common to experience swelling and redness at the incision site, but these typically only last a few days. If you experience any signs of infection, be sure to contact your surgeon right away.

Next Steps: Book Your Penile Implant Surgery Consultation

If you are ready to discuss your penis surgery needs with our fellowship-trained surgeons in Canada, contact us using our online form to request a consultation today. Your patient care adviser will discuss your medical history, surgery preparation, and any potential risks or complications during your consultation.

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