This is a surgical procedure performed at Moorgate Andrology to correct Peyronie's disease.
It is a popular procedure because it is a length-preserving procedure. Other procedures, such as the Nesbit procedure, performed on the NHS, will straighten the penis but will leave it shorter than it was before.
In the case of the Nesbit procedure, the worse the curvature, the more the shortening.
Plaque incision and grafting surgery aim to make the penis straight again whilst preserving the penis length at the same time.
If you imagine your penis now when it is erect, you will notice that your penis has a longer side and a shorter side. It may appear that your penis is shorter than it was before. Your erections may or may not be affected also.
Plaque incision and grafting surgery use a man-made graft, a patch, to allow the formation of new collagen within the tissues after straightening the penis surgically. Unlike the Nesbit procedure where the incisions are on the longer side of the penis, plaque incision and grafting surgery involve incisions on the shorter side of the penis to make the penis straight. This leaves the gap which must be filled with the graft.