last updated August 1, 2020
Penis cosmetic surgery can straighten Peyronies Disease and fix a bent penis, yes.
It can also leave you impotent.
Is it a necessary risk?
This surgery is the highest risk method
used to correct a bent penis
caused by Peyronies disease.
Because: With this procedure you cut many nerves that are necessary
for correct sexual function. And, those nerves do not always heal the
way we hope.
With penis cosmetic surgery you risk:
Does penis cosmetic surgery still sound like something you want to do??
Yes. And, with a much safer medically recommended way.
The question: “Can I fix my problem without penis cosmetic surgery?” is much too common.
Over 99% of the time the answer to that question is: YES!
But, why do we assume surgeries are the cure all for everything?
And, why do we usually assume surgeries are all safe and without possible serious risks consequences?
First and Most Important: Surgeries of any kind should be saved for when they are absolutely necessary. They can save lives. But, they all are dangerous and come with certain serious risks.
We are so accustomed to the term "surgery" that we forget what is actually happening to our bodies. We are being cut up unnaturally and causing all kinds of nerve damage. The entire procedure should be used only when absolutely necessary.
Especially those surgical procedures that require anesthesia, as penis cosmetic surgery does.
Second: Let’s understand that penis cosmetic surgery is not the only answer to your bent erection problem.
Third: Penis cosmetic surgery is not even the best way to handle this problem 99% of the time. It's antiquated and obsolete most of the time. Less than 1% of men with a bent erection actually require a surgery for erectile straightening.
If you can not have sex now anyway, because your erection is bending so severely, isn’t surgery worth a try?
NO! Not all.
Especially not when there is a better way. Almost every medical professional will tell you that penile surgery is only for those men who do not respond to any other Peyronies disease treatment.
“Surgery...for Peyronies disease.... is usually only recommended in severe cases for patients who fail to respond to non-surgical therapy and have curvature for longer than 12 months.”
ref: University of California San Francisco,
Surgical Treatment for Peyronie's Disease
If for some reason you have been thinking this is a simple surgery, please take a look at this video:
Is that something you really want to go through?
If you don't have to?
Can you see why sensation is lost and impotence from nerve damage is possible when you cut your penis up this way?
This is easy to understand when you learn about the newer medically endorsed and recommended method that has been clinically proven to be far superior. It is called Correct Traction Therapy.
”Correct penile traction therapy has been clinically proven
to be the Safest and Most Effective method
for straightening a bent penis caused by Peyronies Disease.”
Are there are other methods besides correct traction therapy and cosmetic surgery?
Of course. They just don’t work well. And, some of these methods can cause you more problems later on.
Let me list some of them for you:
But, of all the methods available, only correct traction has proven to work Safely AND Effectively.
For our research staff, Safety and Effectiveness were our main concerns. The fact that traction therapy is medically recommended in 29 countries (including the USA) and costs under $300, were our next most important issues.
- Correct traction comes with none of the possible surgical risks of cosmetic surgery.
- Correct traction will not shorten you shaft as penis cosmetic surgery does. In fact correct traction may even make it a bit longer.
- Correct traction is effective for most men. Over 99% is probably a conservative estimate.
Correct traction works by stretching out the hard scar tissue inside your shaft that is now causing it to bend.
Once the hardened internal tissue can stretch as much as the normal tissue, your erections will be straight again.
That’s all there is to it!
Unlike penis cosmetic surgery, the traction process is not invasive. It does not even hurt. It just take a certain amount of time to work.
That amount of time depends on the severity of your bending, how diligently you use it, your genetic disposition (the way your own personal body heals).
Yes, the name says Peyronie's "Disease".
BUT: You must understand that Peyronies “Disease” is not really a disease at all.
It’s a simple (though it can be a mortifying, humiliating, and emotionally devastating) condition about 5% of us men will experience in our lives. Usually after the age of 40.
It was given it's name way back in 1743 when modern medicine was just getting codified. Every disease, condition malady, discomfort,.... was being given a name. The man who discovered the condition that causes this bending was Francois De La Peyronie. So this penis bending was named after him. Hence the name: Peyronie's Disease. Later the apostrophe was dropped.
This is why these erections are bending:
As we get older out bodies change. I’m sure you’ve already noticed that with things like athletic ability, sexual stamina, eyesight....
We’re not quite the same as when we were 20 or even 30.
Now, this bending, which seems to have come from nowhere, actually has a real and definite cause. Hardening scar tissue.
It’s very simple to explain.
This condition seems to come on rather quickly and that is also why it seems to be a "disease". It is not.
Here is what has happened in almost every case:
You had a scar/scars inside your shaft. You most probably got them during rough or excited intercourse.
It was a bending during erection that hurt. Maybe you slipped out of your partner's vagina, thrust back in forceably, and....missed! Ouch! But, you probably thought nothing of it at the time, had a small laugh with your partner, and continued having intercourse.
You probably never thought you tore anything in there. But, you did.
More often than not, it was probably just a tiny little tear. Unnoticeable. No bruise or anything else later on.
Well, even if that was 20 or 30 years ago, the little scar(s) that formed then remained.
As your body has changed with time, this scarring has hardened. It won’t stretch anymore during erection the way it did for so many years.
And, that is what makes your erections bend. They bend in the direction of the scar(s) that are no longer stretching. For about 5% of men this is the case. For, the other 95%... nothing ever happens.
It’s truly just that simple.
Don’t buy into the “mystery disease” nonsense. There is no mystery here. There is no “disease” either.
The reason this bending is so simple to fix is that all you have to do
is effectively stretch the scar tissue enough to straighten out your
Penis cosmetic surgery is just not necessary 99.99% of the time.
You know how stretching works when you exercise, right?
The same holds true for the scarring in your shaft. Only it needs a lot more stretching.
And, it needs to be done correctly or you can make your erections bend all over the place.
We mentioned correct traction earlier in this article.
The penile traction device was only invented in 1994 by a penile surgeon who created it to keep the shaft straight after surgery.
His name is Dr. Jorn Ege Siana.
At first Dr. Siana didn’t even know his device would be enough to straighten a bent or curved penis all by itself.
But, he soon found his traction device could eliminate the need for bent penis cosmetic surgery all together.
His device is so effective for properly stretching the penile tissue that he found a man could even increase the length of his shaft with continued use. Yes, create a bigger cock. And, the results are permanent!
This is easy to understand.
You’ve undoubtedly seen the pictures of African tribesman who stretch their lips out with bigger and bigger plates.
The same happens with the male anatomy.
For thousands of years men in some primitive African tribes and certain Mid-Eastern cultures would sit for hours every day (they didn’t have much to do back then) and hang stones (weights) from the end of their shaft to make it stretch and become longer.
It was considered a noble pass time.
Well, the same stretching concept applies to the scarring inside a bent erection.
And, it works! Incredibly well.
The beauty of using a high quality traction device correctly is that it will stretch the short hard scar tissue before any of the normal surrounding tissues.
That is why the erections become straight again.
It works very effectively. Quite painlessly. And, without the horrible risks associated with penis cosmetic surgery.
As you have learned, penis cosmetic surgery sets you up for all kinds of
unnecessary risks and possible terrible sexual problems and outcomes.
Correct traction does not come with those surgical risks.
However: There is one big problem I have found with the traction method. It is using a poorly made device. That can cause a disaster.
Here’s how this problem evolved:
The same traction device that can straighten almost any erection can also make a man’s erections bigger if he uses it long enough on a straight shaft.
Those results are real and will be permanent!
That's pretty Amazing. Right?
So, guess who is buying most of these devices?...
And, that is where the problem was created:
Guess who is marketing them and making cheap low quality knock off devices to appeal to the sexually insecure? A lot of companies!
By my last count there are 23 different devices out there.
Yes, dangerous. They can easily break while you wear them and cause seriou, possible permanent, penile damage.
At the time of this writing, we have researched every commonly available device.
Unfortunately, there are only two companies that currently make devices that meet all of our personal requirements for Safety and Effectiveness.
1) Both use medical grade materials.
2) Their strength and superior quality of construction becomes obvious when you hold them in your hands.
3) Their customer support is the best we've experienced.
4) They both come with a simple money back guarantee. Because they really work.
We did an extensive review on both companies here:
We continue to update this review three times a year.
If you want to gamble on risky cosmetic penis surgery, and you have $9,000 - $16,000 to throw around, that’s your decision.
But, when it comes to a proper traction device, don’t try to save $100 by buying a cheap knock off product. If it breaks while you have it on, it could be one of the biggest regrets of your life.
The Absolute Best penile traction devices in the world costs under $300. That’s it.
So, do yourself an enormous favor, get one of the best ones available.
Forget penis cosmetic surgery.
Penis cosmetic surgery is just not worth the risks. It is also not necessary 99% of the time.
There are only 3 steps
you need for successful penis straightening 99% of the time:
1) Get the best traction device possible
2) Use it correctly
3) Be diligent and use it long enough
Then, please write to me and tell me of your Success!