Although the medical treatments of erectile dysfunction, or ED, may provide satisfying erections, they unfortunately do not provide a long-term cure to the problem. They are, after all, band-aids for the symptoms but not a total solution.
Most men and their partners ultimately want:
- An erection that is rigid and satisfying for sexual activity.
- The ability to be spontaneous in their sex lives.
- The ability to predict and control how long the erection lasts and how often they can use it.
- Lack of “paraphernalia”. In other words, the erection should be natural, not associated with devices or other impediments.
Because of all of these factors, penile implants offer a very compelling alternative to treating ED. The urology specialists at University of Utah Health Care are experts in treating ED and can provide patients with a variety of penile implant options.
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