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Case Study – Extra Large Testicular Implants using a Staged Approach

  Background: Like many body areas augmentation of their sizes can be done. Most of the time in the body implant augmentations are done for muscular enhancement. (e.g., pectoral, bicep, tricep and calf implants) Other than the breast and hips, enlargement of the testicles are the only body implants not done to enlarge a muscle. Read More…

Case Study – Testicular Enlargement with Specially Designed Implants

  Background: Testicular implants have been around for decades and have had their primary use as replacements for a lost testicle.Whether due to failure to descend or removal due to trauma, infection or a malignancy, the absence of a testicle produces scrotal asymmetry which can negatively affect some men. The placement of a testicular implant Read More…

Case Study – Extra Large Testicle Implants

  Background: Testicle implants are most commonly used when a testicle has been removed. (testicular replacement) But there are patients who desire larger testicles even with having an existing pair. (testicular enhancement) In these cases the decision is whether implant are made to wrap around the existing testicles (bivalved implant design) or to simply place Read More…

OR Snapshots – Silicone Testicle Implant Replacement

  Testicle implants have been used for decades in various forms. It is the only known surgical method to replace the lost volume and shape occupied by a natural testicle. Originally they were composed of solid silicone but that material was removed from commercial availability as a result of the silicone breast implant issues in Read More…

Case Study – Silicone Testicle Implant Replacement

  Background: Testicle implants are available in saline filled and solid silicone types. The solid type of implant would generally be considered superior as it can never fail or deflate over the patient’s lifetime. But despite this advantage, it still has to be the right implant size, shape and feel for an optimal aesthetiuc outcome. Read More…

Case Study – Silicone Testicle Implant Replacement

  Background: The only viable replacement for a lost testicle is that of an implant. Placing an implant in the scrotal sac has a very low risk of any significant complications such as infection or a hematoma. This because the anatomy of the scrotum is fairly straightforward and the testicular replacement must merely provide a Read More…

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