Vasectomy Information & Services | Adults
No Scalpel, Gentle Injection Technique
Vasectomy & Circumcision (Newborns & Adults)
Vasectomy is the only "non reversible" contraception for males. Other methods of male contraception include condoms and spermicide. Vasectomy is indicated when you have had your desired number of children or where other contraceptive methods have been tried and failed or deemed inappropriate.
No Scalpel, One Opening, Faster Recovery, Less Trauma
Our Vasectomy Technique
In the conventional vasectomy technique, after the scrotum has been numbed with local anesthetics, the doctor makes two incisions in the skin with a scalpel, lifts out the right and left tubes in turn, cutting and blocking them so the sperms cannot reach the semen. The doctor then stitches both ends of the vas deferens closed.
Dr Wong's technique is to get to both tubes using a single, small, central opening in the centre with a special instrument. No scalpel is required. And he uses the gentle injection technique to assist in application of local anaesthesia.
Dr. Chi Hong Wong, MBBS (University of Queensland)
Offering Gentle Injection and No Scalpel Technique and using only one opening, Our Open Ended technique - less trauma, faster recovery.
Dr. Chi Hong WONG MBBS (University of Queensland),
Fellow of The Australasian College of Cosmetic Surgery,
Certificate Early Management of Severe Trauma (EMST),
Trained with Royal Australian College of Surgeons.
1/27 South Pine Road, Brendale, QLD 4500
(directly opposite Strathpine Train Station)
Phone: 07 3889 9120