Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

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steveking
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Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby steveking » Mon Nov 22, 2021 9:47 pm

I understand best is a subjective term. But as lostsheep told me, I want to explore all options prior to going into implant. Sildenafil never worked for me for some reason. Tadalafil kinda works but not well. Is dr eid the best for consult? I dont live in nyc but can I visit him for consult and maybe ultrasound if the cause is VL?

I am looking for any other doctors who is just good as him.

LuisFernandez
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Re: Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby LuisFernandez » Tue Nov 23, 2021 12:34 am

yeah dr eid is great. he’ll guide you through the steps and check for VL.
just make sure to test your hormones and making sure that’s good before visiting him.
Born 1986. ED. Peyronie's.
Considering an Implant. Consulting with Dr. Eid.
Using Cialis 10mg/day + 20mg for sex. Injections of PGE-1.
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Rider1400
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Re: Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby Rider1400 » Thu Nov 25, 2021 6:44 pm

I’m well on the journey to implant. By a lot of reading and research Dr Eid is amongst the top. Also do some research on Dr Perito in Coral Gables Florida. He does the minimally invasive intrapubic aproach and is in the top implanters in the Nation. He also does MTP. Meet the Penis which is a great series on any Implant questions you might have. Find it on You tube. Since I live in central Arkansas, I have researched and found a high volume implanter in Dallas which is just 4-1/2 hours from me who studied and certified under Perito and does the same procedure. They generally use Coloplast and has the surgery down to less than 30 minutes and a much quicker recovery rate than the average. My research has lead me to find a high volume implanted with the most up to date technology on surgery. My local urologist does the implants but uses scrotal approach and only does 8-10 a year… I’m sure he’s competent….. but I would rather use a Dr who does roughly that many implants each week.
56 yr old. Ed started at 40 Cialis at 20mg. After 10 years Cialis and V failed to keep erection long enough.12/20 urologist found VL and prescribed Trimix 17.6/0.58/5.8 CMP. starting the process toward implant

indusvalley
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Re: Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby indusvalley » Sun Nov 28, 2021 5:49 am

Dr. Tariq Hakky in Atlanta is great! He did my implant surgery.
A young guy in his early 30s from South Asia. Implanted Titan 22cm by Dr. Tariq Hakky in Atlanta (Dec 2020). Amazing doctor! No pain during recovery. My size is 5.75” x 4.6” which is better than pre-OP size of 5.6” x 4.5”. Hoping to gain more in future.

TheCanalGuy
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Re: Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby TheCanalGuy » Sun Nov 28, 2021 4:58 pm

Before answering your question, I need to underline that I have made extensive researches and I have come to the conclusion that the Penoscrotal surgery is my preferred procedure for many reasons, some of them being:

  • it does not leave a scar on your belly,
  • it allows the surgeon to better place the implant, the pump and the reservoir,
  • the Penoscrotal scar is generally invisible thanks to the natural skin texture of your scrotum,
  • the pump can be placed at the bottom of your scrotum and it is very well concealed,
  • there is no front tubing visible at the bottom of your shaft nor around your shaft or scrotum,
  • it allows the surgeon to put a larger implant and better dilate the corpus cavernosum,
  • it also allows to simultaneously perform some aesthetic surgery to improve the visual appearance of your shaft by giving the impression that it is slightly longer (see Scrotal webbing).

The downside is that it takes a little longer to be performed and it is slightly more complicated for the surgeon.
While I am sure that there are extremely reputable and experienced surgeons, such as Dr Perito, that may prefer infrapubic surgery not exclusively because it is a simpler procedure for them, I also have no intention to get an extremely visible scar on my belly similar to a C-section and I would not either renounce to all the benefits that I have mentioned above.

My current short list of experienced, reputable surgeons is including without order of preference, Dr. Tariq HAKKY (Atlanta) , Dr. J. François EID (New York) and Dr. Jonathan CLAVELL (Houston). All of them seem to be very experienced in preforming Penile Implant by Penoscrotal surgery with all the "fringe benefits" that are coming along.
49y old - ED since I was 35 - Oral therapy not working anymore - Using Trimix and Bimix but too strong even at low dosage erections last too long. I have decided to go Bionic and I am scheduling surgery with Dr. Clavell for the end of January 2022.

oldbeek
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Re: Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby oldbeek » Sun Nov 28, 2021 9:07 pm

TheCanalGuy wrote:Before answering your question, I need to underline that I have made extensive researches and I have come to the conclusion that the Penoscrotal surgery is my preferred procedure for many reasons, some of them being:

  • it does not leave a scar on your belly,
  • it allows the surgeon to better place the implant, the pump and the reservoir,
  • the Penoscrotal scar is generally invisible thanks to the natural skin texture of your scrotum,
  • the pump can be placed at the bottom of your scrotum and it is very well concealed,
  • there is no front tubing visible at the bottom of your shaft nor around your shaft or scrotum,
  • it allows the surgeon to put a larger implant and better dilate the corpus cavernosum,
  • it also allows to simultaneously perform some aesthetic surgery to improve the visual appearance of your shaft by giving the impression that it is slightly longer (see Scrotal webbing).

The downside is that it takes a little longer to be performed and it is slightly more complicated for the surgeon.
While I am sure that there are extremely reputable and experienced surgeons, such as Dr Perito, that may prefer infrapubic surgery not exclusively because it is a simpler procedure for them, I also have no intention to get an extremely visible scar on my belly similar to a C-section and I would not either renounce to all the benefits that I have mentioned above.

My current short list of experienced, reputable surgeons is including without order of preference, Dr. Tariq HAKKY (Atlanta) , Dr. J. François EID (New York) and Dr. Jonathan CLAVELL (Houston). All of them seem to be very experienced in preforming Penile Implant by Penoscrotal surgery with all the "fringe benefits" that are coming along.
My infrpubic scar is 3/4 inch long vertical at the base of my penis. Hardly visible.
80, good health, RP 7-2017, all nerves taken , PSA 0.05, 4-18,, .07 1/19,.05 4/19, .03 11-21. Pain with trimix, implant 4-18, Infra-pubic, AMS lgx 15 cm with 5cm rte. Implant at USC Keck. Dr Boyd and Dr Loh Doyle 6.5 x 4.5, 800 AUS 7-21-20

TheCanalGuy
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Re: Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby TheCanalGuy » Sun Nov 28, 2021 11:10 pm

My infrpubic scar is 3/4 inch long vertical at the base of my penis. Hardly visible.

Granted but it is still close to 2cm and you are lucky as most of the scars that I have seen are obviously much larger. Furthermore with the infrapubic approach you are unable to hide tubing, I understand that they can be felt by touching the shaft base and most probably prominently visible by the naked eyes and felt during intimate relations. Without taking in account the difficulties for the surgeons in placing the maximum implant size and simultaneously performing other aesthetic procedures that you may or may not require.
49y old - ED since I was 35 - Oral therapy not working anymore - Using Trimix and Bimix but too strong even at low dosage erections last too long. I have decided to go Bionic and I am scheduling surgery with Dr. Clavell for the end of January 2022.

LuisFernandez
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Re: Recommended doctor prior to implant. Whos the best?

Postby LuisFernandez » Sun Nov 28, 2021 11:39 pm

i think the main reason i give eid an edge over hakky is that he has your cycling on day three.
this is crucial to expanding scar tissue and maximize size.
although i do believe hakky may be a bit more aggressive in sizing but idk.
Born 1986. ED. Peyronie's.
Considering an Implant. Consulting with Dr. Eid.
Using Cialis 10mg/day + 20mg for sex. Injections of PGE-1.
See my story: viewtopic.php?t=15016


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