Titan Touch® and Titan® OTR Inflatable Penile Implant:
The Genesis™ Flexible Rod Penile Implant:
What’s the difference?
The primary difference between the two implant types is that flexible rod implants (the Genesis) produce a permanently firm penis, while the inflatable implants (the Titan) produce a controlled, more natural erection.
Both implants enable men with erectile dysfunction to have a satisfactory erection for sexual intercourse and to experience the joys of sex again. You should be able to have an orgasm with a penile implant if you were able to have one before your surgery, unless you have another medical problem that affects it.
Some facts about Coloplast’s penile implants:
The Coloplast Titan Touch inflatable penile implant is a self-contained, fluid-filled system made from Bioflex and silicone. Bioflex is a supple, durable biopolymer material.
The only IPP with a true lockout valve located at the base of the reservoir
Designed to emulate the look and performance of a natural erection
Pump design has a non-bulky, low-profile size
When implanted, the Coloplast Titan penile implant is not visibly noticeable. The penis appears relaxed and normal in the flaccid state, and it is not obvious by looking at a man that he has an implant.
Penile implants from Coloplast offer a dependable method of restoring sexual function. They are the result of advanced engineering and medical research designed with the patient’s needs in mind.
Lifetime replacement policy
Coloplast provides a lifetime replacement policy with all of its penile implants. Coloplast will replace the inflatable implant, or any component, for any reason during the lifetime of the patient.
Erectile Dysfunction Quiz
Erectile Dysfunction affects 1 in 5 men. Common symptoms include the inability to get an erection, the inability to maintain an erection or the inability to penetrate during sexual intercourse. The E.D. Quiz below is designed to help identify whether Erectile Dysfunction is affecting your sex life. Answer the questions, then share the findings with your doctor.