NON-SCALPEL VASECTOMY FEE STRUCTURE 

Consultation FeeRebateOut-Of-Pocket
InitalBulk Billed
Procedure$859.00$215.10$643.90
Follow up AppointmentBulk Billed
Combined Total$859.00$215.10$643.90

We would like to welcome Dr Ajay Mistry to our Team! He will be joining us from early January 2024.

Dr Ajay Mistry will be offering Non-Scalpel Vasectomy services at Cairns Doctors in 2024. Dr Ajay will be using the most advanced minimally invasive no scalpel technique which has many benefits:

  • Performed under local anesthetic
  • No stitches required
  • Faster recovery
  • Minimal discomfort
  • Effective contraception

A no-scalpel vasectomy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure. The surgery is performed through a small opening in the scrotum, without the need for stitches or a scalpel. The entire procedure will take approximate 30-40 minutes.  Dr Mistry will spend a few minutes talking with you before the procedure, to explain details again, and to answer any final questions you may have.

Vasectomy remains one of the most effective forms of Male contraception. It is a relatively simple procedure and can be performed under Local anaesthetic. It should always be considered permanent and so requires very careful thought beforehand as reversal operations are not very successful nor routinely available.

Who Can Have a Vasectomy?
Any man can have a vasectomy regardless of age, or whether they are married, single, divorced, widowed, childless or with a family.  If you have a permanent partner, their consent is not legally necessary, but it is recommended that your decision is discussed with her and that she agrees with it.

How effective is a Vasectomy?
>99% effective with < 1:2000 Failure Rate

Benefits of Non scalpel Vasectomy?
This less invasive procedure means lower complication rate, quicker healing and less intra-operative discomfort compared to the traditional approach.

Vasectomy Myths:
Vasectomy has no effect on masculinity or on sexual arousal, performance or orgasm. Sperm continues to be produced by the testicles, but the passage to the penis is blocked so they are reabsorbed into the body.  It can be assuring to know that many people who have had a vasectomy say their sex life has improved because the fear of pregnancy has been removed. There is also no increased risk of prostate cancer.