AMS 700 Penile Prosthesis

The AMS penile implant range is used worldwide to help solve impotence problems where other methods have failed.

The AMS penile implant devices offer three within their penile implant range.

1. The AMS three-piece inflatable implant

2. The AMS “Ambicor” two piece inflatable implant

3. The one piece malleable implant

The AMS penile implant is suitable for men who have chronic erectile dysfunction. The AMS range of penile implants will enable you to obtain a spontaneous erection strong enough for sexual intercourse.

The AMS Penile Implant can last patients for many years will be highly effective during the time period. Contact us today for any enquiries you may have.

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    If you are interested in finding out more, make an appointment for an initial consultation today. We can go through some facts and figures with you and explain all the different options that we offer.

    One significant advantage of the 3 piece AMS implant is that it expands in girth and length.

    This is very important to most when they consider their options in penile implants.

    Protecting or improving penis size is always a priority, it’s not entirely about the erection. Men who have had implants previously and lost size are usually disappointed and it can affect their self confidence going forward. Be sure to discuss the effect on your penis size when you see the Urologist.

    All penile implant surgery is carried out by highly trained Urologists. These are Doctors who have extensive experience in this type of surgery. All of Moorgate Andrology Urologists are in the General Medical Council specialist register for Urology. All surgery is carried out in care quality commission registered hospitals.

    If you are thinking about having a penile implant you will no doubt have lots of questions for the Surgeon, and this is good. This is a big step and there is no going back after an implant has been placed. We want you to be entirely happy with your choice and you should take plenty of time to consider all options.

    It could be a very good idea to bring your partner along for the consultation to get a second opinion. After all, they are a very important part of this whole treatment journey.

    If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction and are thinking about a penile implant, give us a call today and book a consultation with one of our Urologists and take the first step to getting your sex life back on track.

    The AMS 700 Penile Prosthesis is a penile implant to help treat erectile dysfunction.

    How long does AMS 700 last?

    The AMS 700 implant is durable and can last patients for many years as it is made of silicone and coated with parylene to mitigate cylinder fatigue and wear. According to a clinical review of over 50,000 implants, the 7-year mechanical failure-free survival rate for the AMS 700 was 94.1%.

    How long does the AMS 700 surgery take?

    The AMS 700 is an inflatable penile implant device. It is used to treat erectile dysfunction when all other methods have failed. When other methods have failed, or have stopped working, it can be an excellent choice as a long-term solution for erectile dysfunction.

    The surgery to place the AMS 700 penile implant is performed under general anaesthetic by a specialist Urologist. The surgery will take around two hours and is performed under general anaesthetic. Before that though, patients are admitted to the hospital around two hours for pre-operative checks. After the surgery patients are transferred to recovery and from there back to their room. In most cases the surgery can be carried out as a day case. This means that you will be able to go home on the same day as the procedure.

    In some cases, such as patients with certain medical conditions, or those who do not have anyone to look after them for the first 24 hours after surgery, an overnight stay in hospital will be required. Discharge in these cases is on the following morning.

    The AMS penile implant device cannot be used from day one. This is because the scrotum is swollen and sore at first. This is perfectly normal and settles down over the following few weeks. As time goes by and the swelling decreases the Urologist will show you how to get the implant working. This process is called “Cycling” of the implant. In essence this is teaching you how to inflate and deflate the device. It takes practice to do this so don’t be surprised if it takes you a while to get used to doing it. The Urologist will also teach your partner how to inflate and deflate the device too if you wish.

    After some practice you will be able to inflate and deflate the AMS 700 penile implant device at will. In some cases, it can take several weeks before you are able to do this, so you need to be patient and take your time.

    How safe is the AMS 700 penile implant?

    The AMS 700 penile implant has an excellent safety record, and most patients have a successful placement of the implant with no post-operative complications. It is important to follow the post-operative advice from your Urologist to ensure that any risks are minimised as much as possible. By following the post-operative advice to the letter, you will give yourself the best possible chance of a positive outcome to the procedure.

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