Ensuring Sterilization – Fascial Interposition
Dr. Suran also carries out what many studies describe as a crucial step, called fascial interposition.
This step involves tying the sheath or covering of the vas over one end of the cut tube with a dissolving thread, to create a natural barrier between the two cut ends.
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Fascial interposition is accomplished by using metal clips or dissolving thread/suture.
Metal clips are left permanently in the scrotum once applied.
Dr. Suran’s preference is to use dissolving suture, so as not to leave any foreign material in the body. This why our procedure is known as no-scalpel, no artificial clips vasectomy.
The fine tubes are then gently placed back into the scrotum and the tiny opening heals within days and soon becomes invisible. There is very little bleeding with the no-scalpel technique. No stitches are needed to close the tiny opening, which heals quickly, without a scar.