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The Dr Snip team are Australia’s leading vasectomy specialists and are pioneers of the ‘no scalpel’ vasectomy. The Dr Snip team works closely with world-leading vasectomy specialists to bring you the latest minimally invasive techniques, making your vasectomy virtually pain-free, simple and safe at an affordable price.
The father-daughter Dr Snip team have a combined 50 years of vasectomy experience and have completed over 50,000 vasectomies. They work with world-leaders in vasectomy to bring their clientele the most innovative and least invasive microKeyhole™ surgery available.
Our innovative techniques are practised Australia wide at our multiple Dr Snip locations across the country.
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The Dr Snip team have a combined 50 years of vasectomy experience and work closely with world-leaders in vasectomy to bring their clientele the most innovative, pain-free and least invasive vasectomy available. The father daughter duo have completed over 50,000 vasectomies in their careers and are Australia’s most trusted vasectomy specialists.
Don’t trust an amateur with your family jewels. You know you’re in safe hands with Australia’s leading vasectomy team at Dr Snip. Our reception staff and nurses are all well trained, extremely friendly and happy to answer any questions that you may have when booking in your vasectomy.
The procedure is simple, seamless, and virtually pain free, taking only 10-15 minutes. The anaesthetic is applied to the vasa using a fine needle with no injections into the testes or penis. A single, small opening only 2-4mm in size is then made in the centre of the scrotum below the penis without a scalpel. It will close rapidly and heal without needing stitches. It is a unique feature of Dr Snip ‘no scalpel’ microKeyhole™ surgery.
The vasa are located and are gently drawn through the same opening one at a time. The vas is divided. The centre of the top end of each vas having been sealed (mucosal cautery) and covered with tissue (fascial interposition) using either a tiny clip or a dissolving thread to further prevent them from re-joining. The bottom end of each vas is left open (the open-ended technique) to minimise post-operative pain.
Using this method, there is much less chance of complications and the patient feels more comfortable in stark contrast to the traditional method which is often performed under general anaesthetic, involving cutting through the skin and underlying tissue and blood vessels on each side and requiring sutures.