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Erectile Dysfunction Treatment (ED Treatment) in Bucks County, PA

Erectile dysfunction can complicate your intimate relationships, but there are treatment options available to help you regain the ability to achieve a full erection. At Buinewicz Plastic Surgery, we offer innovative erectile dysfunction treatments to men living in Doylestown and Bucks County, PA, as well as those in Flemington, NJ, and the surrounding areas.

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction, often referred to as ED, is a condition that prevents men from achieving or maintaining a full erection. ED can make sexual intercourse difficult, if not impossible. There are many possible causes of erectile dysfunction, but in many cases, ED is caused by a lack of blood supply to the penis. In these situations, ED can be an effect of the narrowing of blood vessels or any conditions that hinder blood flow. Other common causes of erectile dysfunction include nerve damage and changes in hormones. Erectile dysfunction becomes increasingly common with age, with an estimated 50% of men experiencing some form of ED after the age of 40. This condition is also prevalent in younger populations, however, and it can cause significant embarrassment and complications in the intimate relationships of anyone affected.

How Much Does Erectile Dysfunction Treatment Cost?

Many erectile dysfunction treatments require multiple sessions to achieve optimal results. The number of treatments necessary will vary by patient, so the cost of erectile dysfunction treatment will depend on your unique treatment needs. The best way to determine the cost of your treatment is by scheduling a consultation at Buinewicz Plastic Surgery. During your consultation, we will develop a personal treatment plan for you, which will include the exact cost of treatment. We accept cash, personal checks, and major credit cards, and offer flexible financing options to keep our treatments affordable to those who need them.

How is Erectile Dysfunction Treated?

At Buinewicz Plastic Surgery, we offer a number of effective erectile dysfunction treatments to help patients overcome ED and achieve full erections. These treatments include:

Our selection of treatments offers quick and comfortable procedures that produce lasting results. During your consultation, we will be able to recommend the treatment that is ideal for your situation.

What are the Benefits of Erectile Dysfunction Treatment?

The advantages of erectile dysfunction treatment include:

  • Painless treatments
  • Quick treatment sessions of 20 minutes or less
  • Increased penis size and sensation
  • Enhanced erections and sexual performance
  • Long-lasting results
  • Restored confidence and libido

Is There Downtime After Erectile Dysfunction Treatment?

All of the erectile dysfunction treatments that we provide at Buinewicz Plastic Surgery require absolutely no downtime. Patients are able to return to work, exercise and other normal activities immediately after their appointment. Although results may not be instantaneous, patients can also resume sexual intercourse the same day as treatment.

What Makes a Good Candidate for Erectile Dysfunction Treatment?

At Buinewicz Plastic Surgery, our erectile dysfunction treatments are ideal for any male who is experiencing erectile dysfunction. These treatments can also be effective for men who are suffering from Peyronie’s disease. If you would like to achieve fuller, longer-lasting erections, then you may be a good candidate for erectile dysfunction treatment. If you haven’t been able to achieve results with other treatments, we may be able to provide a more effective treatment option thanks to the many procedures that we offer.

If you are suffering from erectile dysfunction, contact us today at Buinewicz Plastic Surgery. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have regarding our treatments or help you schedule your initial consultation. We welcome patients from Doylestown and the surrounding areas of Bucks County, PA, as well as patients from Flemington and the nearby areas of Hunterdon County, NJ.