To talk about mechanical and surgical advances in inflatable penile prosthesis (IPP) surgery, as well as their implications for reservoir location and patient outcomes was the study’s goal. Over the last decade, there has been a renewed emphasis on improving results and reducing problems related to IPP reservoirs. Over the last four decades, advancements in device design have resulted in safer, more lasting IPP results. There have been several changes to the surgical method for reservoir placement, including both conventional space of Retzius and ectopic reservoir insertion procedures. 

When deciding on a method for IPP reservoir installation, surgical and medical history, patient anatomy, and patient choice should all be taken into account. To give the best treatment to their patients, prosthetic urologists should be skilled in a variety of methods.