inflatable implant

in·flat·a·ble im·plant

an empty pliable container (most often composed of silicone rubber) with an inlet tube and a valve inserted into an internal site, then inflated with saline immediately or through a subcutaneous port, postoperatively, in order to expand a soft tissue space. Commonly used in reconstructive surgery to expand skin, in breast surgery, and in urologic surgery.
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The malleable, hinged, and mechanical rod types are particularly useful for older patients who lack the manual dexterity to operate an inflatable implant.
He was diagnosed as having a physiological problem, and an inflatable implant was suggested as a possible solution.
AMS three-piece inflatable implants for erectile dysfunction: a long-term multi-institutional study in 200 consecutive patients.
Dubai Concerned over the growing number of men suffering from sexual dysfunction in the UAE, a government hospital this month has begun offering inflatable implants enabling them to lead normal sex lives.
Inflatable implants consist of paired cylinders, which are surgically inserted inside the penis and can be expanded using pressurized fluid (see figure 3).
So, three years ago I got inflatable implants and went up to size 32HH.
He was put on Viagra first, then given the inflatable implants after Lewis complained the sex drug wasn't working.
Inflatable implants can expand the length and width of the penis somewhat.
A year later, PIP launched the first saline pre-filled breast implant with technology that provides unique advantages over inflatable implants.