Peyronie's Disease is a medical condition where the curvature of the penis occurs. Some men recover from Peyronie's spontaneously, where the curvature reverses on its own. So, peyronie's surgery isn't typically recommended unless patients have tried non-surgical therapies and failed, if the curvature has persisted for 12 months or more, or if the curvature interferes with sexual penetration. The four Peyronie's surgery options are plication, tunical-shortening, grafting and penile prosthesis. Before undergoing these procedure, its best to discuss with your physician what are reasonable expectations as a result of the procedure.