The Vasectomy Montreal Clinic
The team at Vasectomy Montreal is dedicated to upholding the highest international standards of male surgical care, while treating our patients with compassion, dignity, and respect.
We offer world-class expertise right here in Montreal where our clinics serve men from all over the province of Quebec. Our doctors and support staff are trained in the best and latest vasectomy technique – no-scalpel, no-needle vasectomy.
Our Montreal clinic is a Canadian leader in the introduction of the no-needle method of anesthesia. Appointments are generally available within a few days.
Vasectomy Montreal Clinic Location
With our clinic location in Montreal, you can conveniently access us from anywhere on the island, as well as from Laval and the South Shore. Men come to our specialized private vasectomy clinic from all over Quebec.
Our private surgical rooms and experienced physicians allow us to perform procedures within just days of calling our clinic at 514-447-2332.
How to Book Your Vasectomy
The Vasectomy Montreal clinic offers two options for scheduling your vasectomy. In both cases you will have pre-surgery consultation, but you can choose to register online now, or let us register you after your consultation appointment.
With the online registration option you will complete a short questionnaire on the website now and this will enable our doctor to have some information about you before your consultation.
Consultations are generally done in our clinic, but if you are travelling to us from outside of Montreal, please ask about the option of scheduling a phone consultation so that you can make just a single trip to the clinic for your procedure.
We will call you back to schedule a consultation with the doctor who will perform your vasectomy. The doctor will review your situation with you and perform a brief physical exam.
This online registration process, including an option for a telephone consultation, is the most efficient way to get your vasectomy procedure done. Occasionally, with a telephone consultation, the results of the physical exam may result in a change of date for the surgery based on the doctor’s findings.
You can schedule a meeting with the doctor for an in-person consultation now if you are ready.
We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Consultation Appointment Before Vasectomy
The best way to schedule a vasectomy procedure is to start with a consultation appointment. Book a consultation using the request form, or call us at 514-447-2332 to schedule a pre-vasectomy consultation appointment.
At your consultation appointment the doctor will review the procedure with you and conduct a physical exam. After the consultation you can schedule your surgery in the following days or weeks, based on your convenience and our doctors’ availability.
Choose the process that is best for you. Either way our team of dedicated physicians and staff will be pleased to help you. We take pride in providing personalized services and individualized care. In all cases we provide full support before and after all procedures.
Please use the Appointment Request form just at right to let us know when you might be available for your consultation.
REQUEST AN APPOINTMENT
Considerations Before Vasectomy
The decision to have a vasectomy is a serious one with lifelong consequences. There are many factors to consider and there are two that we will highlight here:
Do I think that I might want to have more children?
If there is a possibility that you might want additional children in the future you should not have a vasectomy. Your vasectomy will definitively prevent you from conceiving a child and should be considered a permanent form of male birth control.
Vasectomy reversal surgery is not a fully effective way to restore male fertility, and no one should use surgery to temporarily suppress fertility. A vasectomy reversal may be possible but the results are not certain. A vasectomy is recommended only for men who are certain they will not want to conceive a baby.
Am I a good candidate for vasectomy surgery?
If you are certain you don’t want more children, the remaining questions are related to your current physical condition, and there are not many contra-indications for a vasectomy procedure.
The main ones are to do with any pre-existing issues affecting your scrotum (hernia in that area, scarring) and your general ability to tolerate a minor surgery (abnormal blood coagulation, other pre-existing conditions). It is also vital that you follow the doctor’s instructions on post-operative care.
Why a Vasectomy Clinic?
We are dedicated to upholding the highest international standards of male surgical care in vasectomy while treating our patients with compassion, dignity, and respect. These objectives are best achieved in a private clinic with a simple and clear mission. Because our entire team is focused on a single medical procedure we are able to excel at it.
Vasectomy Montreal meets the needs of men for permanent birth control and delivers quality care to make the vasectomy experience the best it can be. At our clinic the patients come first.
A Private Clinic
There was a need for a dedicated private vasectomy clinic like ours in Montreal – focused on the No-Needle, No Scalpel vasectomy technique. The No-Needle method of anesthesia is relatively new in Canada and we are proud to be leaders in this method in Montreal.
Our specialization permits the delivery of extraordinary care in a clinic designed around the needs of our core clients. The need was there and so the Vasectomy Montreal clinic was created.
Vasectomy Montreal FAQ
Does the Vasectomy Montreal clinic offer vasectomy reversal?
No – not at this time. We may offer reversals in the future.
As stated elsewhere, no one who thinks that they may eventually want children should have a vasectomy. Vasectomy reversal is often possible but the outcome is not certain. When a man has an unexpected change in his life after a vasectomy, a reversal surgery may be desired to restore fertility.
How is a no-scalpel vasectomy done?
Our No-Needle, No-Scalpel method is a relatively comfortable way to have a vasectomy. This modern technique uses special surgical tools to deliver anesthetic without a needle and to minimize the opening required to perform the surgery. Read more
Are there any long-term health risks associated with vasectomy?
No. There are no proven long-term health risks (cancer or cardiovascular disease) associated with vasectomy.
Important Considerations Before Vasectomy
Vasectomy should be considered permanent and non-reversible as reversals are not guaranteed.
You may regret your decision one day if it is taken prematurely. Younger men, especially those in their 20s with fewer than 2 children, are most likely to seek a reversal in the future, often citing that they thought it was the right decision at the time only to be disappointed when their reversal procedure was unsuccessful.
Men change. Many men are totally convinced that they do not want kids. In our experience, some men develop a different attitude about having kids as they get older and their life situation changes.
Women also change. Some women who do not want children change their minds as they grow older. Some who have had bad reactions to pregnancy feel they would never want to go through another pregnancy only to change their minds after a few years.
Relationships can end. Despite how stable our relationships may seem, there is a chance that in a few years, you may be with a different partner who may have a strong desire to have kids.
In the unlikely event that you will want to have kids again in the future, and vasectomy reversal is not an option, or successful, sperm storage may be a good way of allowing yourself to procreate again.