Male urinary incontinence can be treated through a number of procedures.
First, is an artificial sphincter which is inserted around the urethra and which can be inflated or deflated to stop or start the flow of urine.
Second, there is a procedure called urethral bulking in which material is injected into the area around the urethra which can help bolster the urethra or repair a hole in the urethra.
The third method is the Urethral Sling. This procedure begins by making an incision through the skin in the genital region. Then a sling is placed beneath the urethra. The sling is a type of surgical tape. It is positioned around the urethral bulb and moves the urethra into a position that minimizes incontinence.
Fourth, there is Sacral Nerve Stimulation in which a stimulator sends pulses to the nerve that controls bladder emptying. The device is placed under the skin.