Permanent Male Birth Control
Simple, Safe and Effective
A vasectomy is the most effective form of birth control in which a male can participate. It is also the simplest, safest and least expensive method of permanent birth control.
A vasectomy is a simple procedure to block the flow of sperm to the semen that is ejaculated from the penis. Although the sperm the fertilize an egg still exist, they simply do not reach the semen after the vasectomy.
The vasectomy recovery is fairly quick and does not affect sex drive, intimate sensation, ejaculate volume or your ability to have an erection. There is also no permanent change in the testes or scrotum.
- Permanent male birth control
- No-needle, no-scalpel
- Least Invasive
- Quick Recovery
- Weekday and Weekend Appointments Available
Speak with one of our providers to learn more about the no-scalpel, no-needle vasectomy.
What is a No-needle, No-scalpel Vasectomy?
Relatively Pain Free
The no-needle, no-scalpel procedure is relatively painless and just as effective as other vasectomy techniques. Many patients say that it feels like getting a hair pulled.
You will receive local anesthesia as special instruments are used to perform the procedure using a very small incision. You won't even need stitches.
A sedation vasectomy is also available for those who prefer to go to sleep and not feel a thing.
Quick Procedure/Quick Recovery
Compared to other vasectomy procedures the no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy has an incredibly quick recovery time. The procedure usually takes approximately 10-15 minutes to perform.
Most patients are able to resume normal activity within a few days. You can resume normal sexual activity as soon as you feel comfortable enough to do so.
With convenient appointment times and an easily accessible location in Cornelius, NC, you can have your vasectomy on the weekdays or the weekend, and get back to work within 48 hours.
Dr. Hettiarachchi will provide you with all of the necessary information to make your decision. He will also walk you through the specifics of your vasectomy procedure and help you every step of the way. Call The Charlotte Center for Pelvic Health at (704) 755-8464 or schedule your consultation online today.
"Lovely and smooth experience! The Dr was really friendly and informative. Sedation was very nice...a pinch from the IV going into your vein is all the pain you will go through with the sedation vasectomy."
"I couldn't be more pleased with the completely painless procedure and hospitality of the employees."
There is a lot to learn when considering having a vasectomy. You have a lot of questions. We have the answers. Check out our Vasectomy FAQ page.
Worried it Will Hurt?
Even though the no-needle, no-scalpel vasectomy is the least intrusive, least painful method of performing a vasectomy, you still may worry about the pain. Fear not, as we are one of Charlotte's only providers of sedation vasectomy.
Why Get Your Vasectomy at The Charlotte Center for Pelvic Health?
Dr. Hettiarachchi is one of Charlotte's most experienced urologists. A double board-certified urologist and surgeon, Dr. Hettiarachchi has over 21 years of experience performing vasectomies. He is fully qualified to handle your individual case. Our team will be there throughout the entire process to answer any questions you may have.
Availability and Flexibility
Our team is available 24/7 to promptly answer any questions you may have via call, text message, or email. Please feel free to contact us both before and after your procedure. We offer flexible appointments to meet your busy schedule, with day and evening options on weekends and weekdays. You can choose either one or two visits for the process.
The discounted fee for the consultation/procedure with local anesthetic at one visit is $800. The discounted fee for the consultation/procedure with sedation at one visit is $1,100 total. If you choose a two-visit option, the discounted fee for the consultation alone is $150 which wil go towards your total costs or waived when you have your procedure.
Our team is happy to contact your insurance company for you, and inform you of your coverage. Depending on copays, deductibles, and consulting, the out-of-pocket cost can range from $0-$1400.
A $100 deposit is required to set an appointment, which will be contributed to the cost of the vasectomy. Deposits are forfeited if you do not show up for your appointment or cancel later than seven days prior to your appointment.