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Peyronies Correction

What is Peyronie’s Disease Correction Surgery?

Peyronie’s disease is a troubling medical condition that’s characterized by abnormal curvature of the penis. In some instance, the unusual curve is so severe that men experience pain and find themselves incapable of having intercourse with a partner.

Several solutions exist for the problem and the selection of one or the other will depend on the severity of the curvature. Peyronie’s disease surgical treatments happen to be very common and quite effective.

Dr Lisa Marie explains in this video

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Our Urologists recommend one of several surgical procedures for Peyronie’s disease.

Here are the specifics and the main differences between the options.


If you aren’t familiar with the specifics of Peyronie’s disease, it refers to the formation of scar tissue on the penis. This scar tissue is the one that will lead to a strange bend. Because of this bend, one side of the penis becomes longer than the other.

In the case of plication, stitches have to be put on the longer side of the penis. After the intervention is completed, the stitches will “pull” on the penis, centering its position and correcting the abnormal curvature.

Plication is one of the safest surgical treatments for Peyronie’s disease. The risk of erectile dysfunction or nerve injuries as a result of placation is minimal. It may be possible to perform your procedure with local anaesthesia. In other cases sedation or general anaesthesia can be offered. You can usually go home on the same day as surgery.

The procedure, however, isn’t suitable for correcting all kinds of deformities linked to Peyronie’s disease. In addition, due to the fact that the longer side of the penis will be treated, men can experience some loss in length. Penis enlargement surgery may be an option if this is the case. Our surgeons perform both penile lengthening and thickening.

Plaque Incision and Grafting

The second surgical procedure for the treatment of Peyronie’s disease is more invasive. It involves the incision of the scar tissue. Once the scarred tissue is cut out, a graft will have to be put at its location.

Since tissue will be cut out, there’s some risk of the surgery affecting circulation. Anywhere between 10 and 50 percent of the men that experience plaque incision may suffer from impotence as a side effect of the surgery.

Plaque incision usually requires general anaesthesia and one day of hospitalization. The procedure, however, doesn’t lead to a decrease in the length of the penis. Some men could also experience a decrease in penis sensitivity after having the surgery. The risks and advantages will be explained in detail by a surgeon before a decision about the intervention is made.

Penile Prosthesis Surgery

Penile prosthesis for Peyronie’s disease is the most invasive of the three options. It involves the use of a prosthesis that is placed inside the penis. The prosthesis is used both to straighten the penis and to enhance the erectile response.

The surgery is most suitable for the men that already experience ED prior to having a treatment for abnormal curvature. The post-surgical satisfaction rate with the results of the procedure is very high.

The risk of nerve injury with penile prosthesis surgery is something that should be considered. The experience of the surgeon will be of paramount importance for a good outcome. Some surgeons will recommend injection therapies for ED prior to the procedure. If the condition of the patient doesn’t improve, the surgeon will opt for penile prosthesis surgery.

patient-doctor-picA thorough medical exam will be needed for the selection of one surgical procedure or another for the treatment of Peyronie’s disease.

Don’t hesitate to ask questions and understand the differences. Having all of the essential information will enable you to make an informed selection that you’ll be satisfied with.

Our Plastic Surgeons and Urologists are on hand now to see you for a completely private and detailed consultation and assessment. If you have peyronies disease then you will want a fast professional approach to your treatment and care.

So what are you waiting for ? Pick up the phone Call 03300 244 868 or complete the form on this page and our team will be in touch to arrange your consultation at your nearest Moorgate Urology centre

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Hello and welcome to Moorgate Urology. We specialise in medical procedures and treatments exclusively for men.
Perhaps you are worried about the size of your penis or have trouble with your erections. Whatever the problem is you can be assured of a completely private and professional service from us. We provide a range of services including impotence treatments, penile surgery, Non Surgical and other surgery of the male genitals.

Our service is friendly and professional. Come along and have a chat with us and see how we can help you regain your self confidence and get your sex life back on track.


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Our Surgery Hours

Monday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm Tuesday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm Wednesday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm Thursday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm Friday 8:00 am - 6:30 pm Saturday 9:00 am - 12.00 pm
Locations throughout the United Kingdom. Moorgate Urology have a team of fully qualified Plastic Surgeons, Doctors and Urologists for help and advice. Our operating facilities are also second to none. Our hospitals include some of the country’s finest Care quality Commission facilities.


Our Moorgate Urology care plan will give you complete peace of mind that everything is taken care of before and after your treatment or surgery.

Take a look at why we set ourselves apart from the competition.

  • Free pre-consultation meeting to get all of the facts and figures
  • Clear and Concise informed consent and information documents to read at home before surgery.
  • Overnight stay included for yourself and a companion in a Hotel in central London
  • Aftercare checkups with the Surgeon and his Clinical team.
  • Emergency hospital readmission cover for one week post op.
  • Access to our head office Patient support team.

The Moorgate Aesthetics Care plan does Not Include: Revision Surgery costs, Treatment of pre existing or unforeseen medical conditions eg ( Diabetes, hypertension

Our Surgery Hours

Monday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Tuesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Wednesday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Thursday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Friday 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Saturday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Locations throughout the United Kingdom. Moorgate Urology have a team of fully qualified Plastic Surgeons, Doctors and Urologists for help and advice.

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