No-Scalpel Vasectomy | The Turek Clinic

No-Scalpel Vasectomy

A Minimally Invasive Form of Permanent Birth Control

No-Scalpel Vasectomy Surgery Los Angeles

If your family is complete and you are looking for a practical, permanent form of birth control, vasectomy offers real advantages over other methods.

The surgery is now simpler, shorter and less painful than ever. After a quick, in-office procedure and a day or so of recovery, you can enjoy the freedom and spontaneity of no longer worrying about contraception.

“Best Doctors in America” for Vasectomy

Selecting a skilled provider can put your mind at ease about the procedure. Dr. Paul Turek is an internationally renowned expert in men’s sexual health, and is frequently sought after for his world-class surgical expertise. He will educate you about your treatment options, answer all your questions and help you understand what to expect. Dr. Turek’s warm, affable style will put you at ease and create a comfortable learning environment.


Expertise You Can Trust

No-Scalpel Vasectomy Surgery San Francisco
Figure 1. Finding and holding the Vas Deferens

Men come from all over the world to see Dr. Turek, a fellowship-trained microsurgeon who has performed well over 2,500 no-scalpel vasectomy procedures. Dr. Turek has been named one of the “Best Doctors in America” by no fewer than seven accrediting agencies, and he has helped to train more than 60 doctors, residents and fellows in the no-scalpel vasectomy procedure.

Procedural Details, Step by Step

No-Scalpel Vasectomy Process
Figure 2. Local anesthesia numbs the area around the Vas Deferens

Vasectomy is also one of the safest forms of permanent birth control; however, as with any surgery, there are risks to carefully consider. Dr. Turek will discuss his carefully tracked, individual experience with these risks and address your questions and concerns, so you have the information you need to make decisions about your care.

Talk to Our Internationally Renowned Men’s Health Expert

If you would like to put your worries about an unplanned pregnancy to rest, vasectomy offers many advantages over other birth control methods. To learn more about the no-scalpel vasectomy from a trusted men’s health provider, please request a consultation with Dr. Paul Turek by calling or emailing The Turek Clinic today.

Vasectomy is also one of the safest forms of permanent birth control; however, as with any surgery, there are risks to carefully consider. Dr. Turek will discuss his carefully tracked, individual experience with these risks and address your questions and concerns, so you have the information you need to make decisions about your care.

Talk to Our Internationally Renowned Men’s Health Expert

If you would like to put your worries about an unplanned pregnancy to rest, vasectomy offers many advantages over other birth control methods. To learn more about the no-scalpel vasectomy from a trusted men’s health provider, please request a consultation with Dr. Paul Turek by calling or emailing The Turek Clinic today.

The modern vasectomy procedure is simple, short and very effective at preventing pregnancy. It is designed to interrupt the normal flow of sperm by closing off the vas deferens, the tubes that transport sperm. After the procedure, the testicles continue to produce sperm, but the sperm don’t enter the ejaculate. And you won’t notice a change in the amount of semen either.

During your initial consultation with Dr. Turek, he will discuss the procedural steps using simple, comprehensible language and illustrations so you understand exactly what it involves.

No-Scalpel Vasectomy Procedure
Figure 3. The Vas Deferens is exposed.

The Single Most Effective Form of Contraception

Vasectomy has the highest success rate out of any type of birth control currently available. In other words, there is no more effective contraception available anywhere. If you do not want to worry about contraception, vasectomy offers complete peace of mind with no adverse effects on sex drive, erections or ejaculation.

Repairing Failed Vasectomies

Although vasectomy is the most effective way to prevent pregnancy, it is not perfect. Vasectomies can fail if performed by an unskilled or inexperienced doctor or if the post-operative instructions regarding protected intercourse are not followed. Because of his global reputation as a trusted men’s health provider, Dr. Turek is often referred cases of failed vasectomies performed elsewhere.

Dr. Turek’s Minimally Invasive, Minimal Touch Technique

Minimally Invasive Permanent Birth Control
Vas Deferens is cut, cauterized and clipped to insure complete occlusion.

Dr. Turek’s preferred surgical method is the no-scalpel vasectomy, which involves no incisions. Another technique, called the no-needle vasectomy, involves delivering anesthesia via a compressed air device (or “spray gun”) instead of through a needle. However, the spray gun emits a loud noise that is often startling for patients.

To avoid both the sting of the needle and the disconcerting noise of the spray gun, Dr. Turek prefers an alternative “minimal touch” technique, which allows him to quietly numb the area while you remain calm, relaxed and comfortable. Uniquely, by performing an “in-line” procedure and by not removing any tissue for any reason, he puts everything back the way it was found.

Low Risk of Complications

No-Scalpel Vasectomy Procedure

Vasectomy is also one of the safest forms of permanent birth control; however, as with any surgery, there are risks to carefully consider. Dr. Turek will discuss his carefully tracked, individual experience with these risks and address your questions and concerns, so you have the information you need to make decisions about your care.

Talk to Our Internationally Renowned Men’s Health Expert

If you would like to put your worries about an unplanned pregnancy to rest, vasectomy offers many advantages over other birth control methods. To learn more about the no-scalpel vasectomy from a trusted men’s health provider, please request a consultation with Dr. Paul Turek by calling or emailing The Turek Clinic today.