Often asked: How Much Is A Testicular Implant?

The surgery can be done either as an outpatient or in a hospital setting with minimal anesthesia. How much of the procedure is covered under insurance will depend on a man’s medical insurance policy and the reason for the surgery. Testicular implants typically cost around $3,000 (€2,560).

How much does a testicle prosthetic cost?

There are 4 parts to the cost of testicular prosthesis surgery. The first cost is the cost of the testicular implant or prosthesis itself, which varies but in the United States, the prices range around $2000-$3000 for each implant. For men who require 2 implants, the cost would be double.

Can you get testicular implants?

Testicular implants are filled with saline and placed inside the scrotum. They are soft to the touch to provide a realistic look and feel. Testicular implants are performed as an outpatient and can be done with minimal anesthesia. Currently, Torosa is the only FDA approved testicular implant.

Can you get an erection without testes?

Without your testes, neither testosterone nor sperm will be produced effectively. This may disrupt reproductive health, as well as the formation and maintenance of erections.

Does Medicare cover testicle implants?

Yes – Medicare or Medicare Advantage Plan provides coverage for penile implant surgery and all other Coloplast devices, as long as they meet criteria for being medically necessary.

Can a man without testicle have babies?

Men who have had both testicles removed are no longer able to produce sperm, so they cannot have biological children.

Can your balls hurt from not releasing?

But when that excess blood stays in the genitals for a long time without being released, that increased blood pressure (the “hypertension” in the medical term) can get painful, leading to an ache in the testicles not-so-fondly known as blue balls.