Hypospadias is a congenital abnormality of the penis. These children are born with undeveloped urethra and the tip of the penis urination hole on the bottom surface, open anywhere in the region extending from the tip of the penis instead of the testicles. Occurs one in three hundred in male infants. Diagnosed at the initial examination after birth. The treatment is surgery. The ideal age for surgery is twelve-eighteen-month period. The goal of the surgery, if the curvature of the penis (chordee) present with hypospadias, the correction of the cordee and voiding hole is brought to its normal anatomic position. The operation can be performed in one or two sessions, depending on the severity of the disease. Surgery takes between two-three hours. After surgery, catheter inserted to newly formed channel to drain urine. After an average of seven days, the probe is withdrawn. Hypospadias surgery is a surgery that requires precision and experience. The success rate is about ninety two percent in a single session. The most common complication after surgery is the stenosis of former site or urine dripping from newly formed hole. After a successful surgery the child's urination recovered, as well as eliminating the possibility of any problems in sexual life in adulthood.