A complete commitment to successful vasectomy reversals
Some surgeons still do procedures the way they learned them during surgical training. Nationally recognized vasectomy reversal expert Aaron Spitz, MD, on the other hand, constantly refines his surgical techniques – bypassing scar tissue but still preserving more blood vessels, for example – to achieve even better outcomesfor his patients. He also performs every procedure with a high-powered surgical microscope.
When performed properly, microsurgical vasectomy reversal boasts the highest success rates of any technique in the USA. Statistics show that men whose vasectomies were performed less than three years before the reversal were 97 percent successful at restoring sperm flow. In cases where the vasectomy was performed over 15 years earlier, the success rate was 75 percent. Pregancy outcomes can vary for many reasons. For most couples, vasectomy reversal can be less risky than in vitro fertilization (IVF procedure) and much more affordable.
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Learn more about today’s most advanced, most effective microsurgical vasectomy reversal techniques from Aaron Spitz, MD, and Vasectomy Reversal USA. Call us at 888.532.4358 or use our convenient online Request an Appointment form to schedule your consultation. Our patients come to us from the Orange County, CA cities of Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo, Irvine, Huntington Beach and Newport Beach and the Los Angeles County, CA cities of Santa Monica, Long Beach, Torrance, Los Angeles and Beverly Hills.
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