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Testicular Implant in Thailand

Restore the cosmetic appearance of the testicles with an implant.


Restore the cosmetic appearance of the testicles with an implant.

Testicular implant, also known as testicular prosthesis, is a safe option to replace one missing testicle or both. The procedure can help restore the normal appearance of the scrotum, which can improve a man’s quality of life and well-being.

Testicular implants have been in use for over 50 years with an excellent safety record. The implants are highly durable and made from materials that are well tolerated by the human body. Typically, the implants consist of a silicone rubber casing filled with either silicone gel or saline.

It is worth noting that the implants are merely used for cosmetic purposes; they won’t recreate fully functioning testicles and cannot produce sperm or testosterone.

Candidates for Testicular Implants

  • Men who have lost one or both testicles due to accident, injury, or testicular cancer.
  • Men with a congenital absence of one or both testicles.
  • Men with small, non-functioning testicles also may be candidates for testis implantation.


3 Different Types of Testicular Implants

  1. Silicone Elastomer Implants

This implant, also known as the Oval Carving Block, is made up of chemically and mechanically resistant silicone elastomer. The thin, soft surface and the overall density of the implant gives it a very similar look and feel to a real testicle. The implants are available in five different sizes.

  1. Saline-Filled Testicular Implants

These implants are very similar to real testicles in terms of weight, shape, and softness and available in several different sizes. The implant is made of a silicone elastomer case, filled with sterile saline solution. It has a self-sealing injection site and a silicone elastomer tab on the other side that allows the surgeon to suture it in place if desired.

  1. Soft-Solid Testicular Implants

This implant consists of a molded silicone elastomer shell and filled with cured silicone elastomer. The weight, shape, and texture are designed to be very similar to real testicles, providing patients with a more natural look and feel. The implant is available in five sizes.


Inserting the testicular implant is a fairly straightforward procedure. The surgery is performed under general anesthesia and requires approximately 30-40 minutes of operation time.

An incision is made in the upper scrotal region to create a small pouch where the implant will be placed. The fully sterilized implant is then inserted in its final position, and the incisions are closed with sutures.

Before the Surgery

  • Read the pre-surgery instructions to help prevent complications and improve outcomes for your surgery.
  • Plan to stay in Thailand for at least 7 days after the surgery.
  • Take a shower and shave the pubic hair on the morning of the surgery.
  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting underwear.
  • Do not eat or drink anything 6 hours before the surgery.


  • It is normal to experience some pain and tenderness in the surgical area for the first day or two. Your surgeon will prescribe pain medication as needed.
  • Surgical bandages will be placed on the wound and they will typically remain in place at least for a couple of days.
  • You should be able to resume most of your daily activities within 7-10 days.
  • However, you should avoid heavy lifting, strenuous exercise, and riding a bike for one month after surgery.
  • Sexual activity can be resumed after 2 weeks.