Traditional vasectomy requires incisions and stitches on both sides of the sac. NSV leaves a small 3mm hole at the front of the scrotum. There are no stitches, so you don’t have to come back for stitch removal.
Minimal trauma to the tissue also means you can return to work and physical activities sooner.
The gold standard type of no scalpel vasectomy. Closed vasectomy has a 10% failure rate. Open ended vasectomy leaves the lower vas deferens open so sperm can ‘leak’ out. It has a much lower failure rate and less post-procedure discomfort.
Takes longer and requires finer surgical skills than a closed no scalpel vasectomy.