I am 71 years old. Ten years ago I had an implant and it worked great no problems what so ever. I had a great surgeon who traine other Urologists how to ppeform the procedure correctly. After 10 years of hard use it finally gave out. I am in the process of getting another implant. The key to a successful implant lies with the doctor who performs the surgery. Also, make sure you get the model for your diagnosis. I would recommend this procedure to any man who has ED. It sure made my wife who is 22 years younger than Is a lot happier too.
Go FOR IT!
Rememer find a doctor who does at least 10 or more implants a year.
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