[Video] Surgery Options for Peyronie’s Disease Part 3 – Penile Prosthesis

In this video, Dr Katelaris explains how inserting a penile prosthesis can be a treatment option for Peyronie’s Disease.

Peyronie’s disease is a condition marked by penile curvature, indentation and loss of penile length upon erection. In this 3 part series Dr Katelaris talks about the different surgery options available as treatment for Peyronie’s Disease.

Doctor Katelaris offers Peyronie’s Disease treatment methods in the Urology Outpatient Clinic in Hornsby, if you would like to make an enquiry, contact Katelaris Urology today.

Learn more about Peyronie’s Disease here.


Some men with Peyronie’s Disease have significant bend and they cannot get a good rigid erection.

Now, in these men, there is no point doing a reconstructive operation because they will then have a straight soft erection which is not useful.

For these men, the insertion of an implantable penile prosthesis is a very good way of restoring function.

This involves a day in hospital, general anaesthetic, the implantable inflatable prosthesis is inserted through a small cut in the scrotum, and six weeks later, they’re ready to have sexual intercourse.

The prosthesis straightens and makes rigid the erection and is a very good means of solving the problem.

The prosthesis is generally functional for 10 to 15 years and can, of course, be replaced should it stop working after that period.