Vasectomy Brisbane

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Vasectomy Brisbane

When considering a vasectomy, it is important to keep in mind that the vas deferens is a delicate piece of tissue requiring the utmost care. The procedure begins with an ultrasound evaluation, helping us forecast any potential complications and make a treatment plan before your surgery. The procedure itself should not take longer than an hour to perform, with our team following up to see how you are feeling over the following days.

Vasectomy Reversal Brisbane

Opting for a vasectomy reversal requires complex surgical skills to reconnect the vas deferens so that sperm can once again travel. This intricate procedure takes approximately 2-3 hours, with our micro-surgically trained surgeon, Dr Chris Lekich. Our vasectomy reversals are completed using the Owen 3-Layer Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversal technique. This technique has helped many people regain their fertility and eventually have children.

Why choose Metrocentre Brisbane?

We use ultrasound to plan each of our procedures

Ultrasound technology is used to assess the area before we begin surgery. This is used in both vasectomy and reversal procedures to assess any scar tissue as well as the general area and vas tube. This is an important aspect of the procedure which can expose any difficulties before the procedure begins.

The Owen 3 Layer Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversal technique

This technique was pioneered by world-class microsurgeon, Dr Earl Owen – who also happened to mentor Dr Chris Lekich throughout his career. This technique is used exclusively by Metrocentre and takes approximately 2-3 hours to complete due to the complexity. The technique joins the three layers of the vas tube to provide a more stable connection.

The Metrocentre Difference

While other vasectomy clinics may advertise themselves as ‘quick snips’ or rapid procedures, we prefer to take our time and put care and planning into our procedures. Even though patients can remain awake during the procedure, it is still a surgery, and a rushed job could mean the difference between a successful or unsuccessful outcome. Vasectomies are generally faster than a vasectomy reversal, however the better the vasectomy in the initial, the better your chances are of a reversal in the future.

Dr Chris Lekich has over 15 years of experience

Over 15 years of experience in microsurgery has given our primary surgeon, Dr Chris Lekich, the skills to perform precise vasectomies and vasectomy reversals. We utilise a Zeiss operating microscope to perform our procedures to ensure that all delicate tissue is kept intact with as little damage as possible. This not only means successful procedure rates, but in most cases minimal pain after the procedure.