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Most problems of erectile dysfunction and impotence are treated non-surgically. However, some patients need a penile prosthesis or implant to regain a normal sexual life. Various types of implants are available, including an inflatable hydraulic implant, a semi-rigid rod implant, or variations of the two. Ultimately, the patient decides which type of implant is right for them.
DR. ALTER HAS BEEN PERFORMING PENILE IMPLANTS FOR OVER 25 YEARS WITH EXCELLENT RESULTS.
Dr. Alter did his urologic training under the tutelage of F. Brantley Scott, M.D., the inventor of the inflatable penile prosthesis. Therefore, he has been intimately involved in the early development of the implant and its evolution over the decades.
Patients occasionally need a revision of their penile prostheses due to poor positioning or malfunction. Dr. Alter’s also specializes in complicated revisions and re-insertions of failed prostheses. It is very rare that the prosthesis cannot be repaired or replaced, even if the patient has experienced poor positioning and/or infections.
Dr. Alter and the entire team are dedicated to providing every patient with exceptional individualized care—from consultation to recovery. We take the time to learn about your concerns, goals, and desires, so we can build a plan that addresses your concerns and gets you the
results you deserve.
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