Using stitches, a penile plication straightens the penis by tightening the side that opposes the curvature.
In Sling surgery, doctors wrap a piece of material around the urethra to move it and support it, relieving pressure on the sphincter.
This procedure implants an artificial sphincter made up of three parts: an inflatable sphincter, a reservoir, and a pump. An artificial sphincter has an inflatable cuff that fits around the urethra close to the point where it joins the bladder.
The surgeon cuts the scar tissue, which allows the penis to straighten. Then the doctor makes a graft, either from your own tissue, donor tissue, or synthetic material, to cover the cuts.
Your doctor may recommend a penile implant or prosthesis if you have erectile dysfunction and severe Peyronie's. This involves surgically placing a penile implant.