During a graft repair procedure, your surgeon makes one or more cuts in the scar tissue, also called plaque, of the penis. This allows the sheath to stretch out and the penis to straighten. A patch made of human or animal tissue or a synthetic material is placed to cover the area where scar tissue was removed.
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