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If you are looking for Peyronie’s disease treatment abroad you are in the right place – our experienced plastic surgeon with his team will be glad to help you with your intimate problem it the most efficient way – a Peyronie’s disease surgical correction. We guarantee a privacy and the highest european standard care.

Why the Peyronie’s disease surgery?

Among the available treatments, Peyronie’s disease surgery has been shown to be the most effective treatment in correcting the curvature of the penis. It is recommended for patients who fail to respond to non-surgical treatment and have the penile curvature for longer than one year.

Peyronie’s surgery in Poland – Cost, Timeframe, Quick facts

Expected outome  Return to normal sexual life, correction of the penis curvature
Consultation Tuesday and Wednesday 4PM-7PM / The prior consultation in obligatory for the qualification to the Peyronie’s disease surgery in Poland
Estimated procedure price  13000 – 16000 PLN (~2600 – 3200 GBP)
Waiting time after the consultation  1-4 weeks
Stay in Poland to be discussed with the surgeon during the consultation
Follow-up  recommended: next day, 2 weeks
Aneasthesia   general
Procedure time  about 2 hours
Back to work Most patients can return to office work about 5 days after their operation.
Sexual activities After around 5-6 weeks – please ask the surgeon

What is Peyronie’s disease and how it is treated?

Peyronie’s disease is a noncancerous condition which results from fibrous scar tissue called plaque, that forms inside the penis. That cause disfiguring, bothersome bend in a man’s erect penis which results in painful erections and might be embarrassing for men. Penises vary in shape and size, and having a curved erection does not testify of a Peyronie’s disease, if the Peyronie’s symptom occurs, the bend is significant and pain might be very severe. 

Because of the curves and pain as well as difficulty in maintaining the erection, men often avoid having sex and intimate situations. Due to the scar tissue growth and curves, the Peyronie’s disease also can cause penile shortening. 

Peyronie's disease surgery in Poland

Unfortunately, Peyronie’s disease rarely disappears/cures on its own, and even usually will get worse in time. Symptoms may develop slowly or appear overnight. When the penis is soft, at the beginning you will not see the problem. 

Most of Peyronie’s specialists begin the treatment with pharmaceutical therapy, usually pills or creams, however, this kind of treatment efficacy is not satisfactory. There is no dedicated oral or cream medication for the Peyronie’s condition.

Peyronie’s disease treatment abroad.

An experienced team consisting of a plastic surgeon, general surgeon, anesthesiologist as well as other members will perform the complex procedure – a Peyronie’s disease surgery. There are three main surgical procedures used to correct the curvature in Peyronie’s disease: Penile Plication, Penile plaque excision, followed by skin grafting, autograft or synthetic material, and implantation of a penile prosthesis. You will speak with your surgeon during the obligatory pre-operative consultation, and discuss possible options.

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Experienced surgeon

Dr Zbigniew Mazan – The owner and director of the Plastic Surgery Center for almost twenty years. He gained experience working at the Plastic Surgery Ward of the Specialist Hospital in Sosnowiec. He specializes in plastic surgery and bariatry. Vice-president of the Aesthetic Surgery Section of the Polish Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. Member of the Polish Society of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. Member of The European Society of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery. In 2012, he was awarded the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Polonia Restituta.

 

 

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