Penis implant surgery, also known as penile prosthesis surgery, is typically performed to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) when other treatments have not been successful. The primary purpose of a penile implant is to restore the ability to achieve and maintain an erection that is suitable for sexual intercourse. As such, penile implants are not typically recommended for men who do not have erectile dysfunction and have normal penile function.
Implanting a penile prosthesis in the absence of erectile dysfunction could potentially interfere with normal penile function and create unnecessary risks and complications. Penile implant surgery is an invasive procedure that involves inserting a device into the penis to provide rigidity for sexual activity. If a man has normal erectile function, there is no medical indication for a penile implant, and undergoing such surgery would expose him to unnecessary surgical risks, costs, and potential complications.