If you decide that getting a testicle implant is right for you, surgery can be performed at the same time as the operation to remove the testicle, or it can be done at a later date.
Dr.Rahul Goyal M.Ch Plastic and cosmetic surgeon and assistant professor , says two types of incisions could be used to place the implant, one directly into the scrotum or one into the lower groin area. In the former, the incision is made and the prosthesis is placed inside and tied in with stitches. In the latter, called an inguinal incision, the prosthesis is placed in the lower groin, reducing the chance that the implant will stick out of the scrotal sac.
Normally the space in which the testicle implant will stay is created using an inflatable balloon. The implant is designed with a small loop at the end to help it stay put in the lower part of the scrotum.