Conveniently located in the heart of New York at 944 Park Avenue at 81st St, New York, NY 10028,  (212) 879-0800. The Vasectomy Center, a Vasectomy Clinic by Harry Fisch MD specializes exclusively in non-invasive, no scalpel no needle Vasectomy. To provide the best results we use the most advanced techniques and we administer sedation with every procedure to maximize comfort and decrease anxiety. This type of vasectomy is different from a conventional vasectomy, less invasive and much less painful.

Dr. Fisch administers sedation with every
procedure to maximize comfort and
decrease anxiety.


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While each person needs to make their own difficult decisions on whether or not to pursue a vasectomy, once that decision is made, it should be an easy decision to choose Dr. Fisch. I came across Dr. Fisch through my own research and subsequent discovery of his website. After reviewing his approach and helpful presentation of the procedure, I decided he was someone to meet in person. When I did, I was even more impressed.

Dr. Fisch is a very open and friendly person who provides welcomed advice in addition to his best-in-class medical services. After meeting with him and having a better understanding of what to expect with his innovative procedure, why it was different than others and what the risks and limitations were, I signed up for his non invasive procedure.

The results were as I expected (it worked), but the procedure itself greatly exceeded my expectations. His offsite facility is staffed with great people who care about their patients. They insure that your comfort level the is more "spa-like" than "hospital-like". Importantly, the recovery period for me was measured in hours not days.

While every person needs to do their own diligence, and I am sure will have their own recovery process, it is definitely worth a visit to Dr. Fisch, as at a minimum you will meet a great guy, and even potentially use the services of a great doctor for your procedure

Although I had made the decision to have a vasectomy more than two years ago, I was unable to overcome my reticence to actually submit to the procedure until I met Dr. Fisch. Within the first few minutes of our consultation, I knew that Dr. Fisch was the perfect choice: he was bright, confident and, at the same time, extremely affable. Even more important than these attributes, however, was Dr. Fisch's motivating philosophy, which he so enthusiastically shared -- to employ the absolute best medical technique in the most patient-friendly and comfortable environment. I am pleased to report that Dr. Fisch succeeded on both counts beyond my expectations


Comparison of Vasectomy Techniques

Conventional technique vs. the Vasectomy Center's non-invasive, No Scalpel, No Needle Vasectomy.

Vasectomy NY with Needle
Traditional vasectomy involves inserting a needle
into the scrotum to anesthetize the area around
each vas deferens - a key reason why the
procedure can be painful.
Vasectomy NY With No Needle
With the new, no needle approach to vasectomy, the physician can anesthetize the surgical area with a jet anesthetic device, which delivers the numbing agent without use of a needle.



Vasectomy is a simple medical procedure that blocks the vas deferens (the small tubes that carry sperm from the testicles). Since both vas deferens are closed, sperm can’t mix with semen and ejaculate during orgasm… and with this, a man becomes completely sterile.

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How No-Needle Vasectomy Works

Compared with regular vasectomy (which relies on needles and scalpels), no-needle vasectomy offers significant benefits (including less discomfort, fewer complications, no sutures needed, and faster recovery)… and the procedure usually takes about 20 minutes.

For this procedure, Dr. Fisch uses a cutting-edge instrument called MadaJet to provide instant local anesthesia. The MadaJet delivers a fine stream of pressurized anesthetic that penetrates your skin to a depth of about 3/16“, and with this, the vas deferens (and the scrotum skin surrounding it) becomes completely numbed.

After that, Dr. Fisch detects the position of the vas deferens, and uses a small clamp to hold it in place. Then, Dr. Fisch uses another highly-sophisticated medical instrument to make a tiny puncture in the scrotum skin, and expand the opening in order to cut and tie the vas deferens. This produces almost zero bleeding, and no stitches are required to close the tiny puncture.

What About The Effectiveness?

Vasectomy is, by far, the most effective contraception method known to man. The failure rate of vasectomy is typically less than 0.1% (almost 19 times more effective than tubal ligation).

Why Choose Dr. Harry Fisch?

  • Because you more than likely won’t find a doctor who’s more experienced, knowledgeable, and respected than Dr. Fisch: Dr. Harry Fisch is one of the world’s leading authorities in the diagnosis and treatment of men’s health issues. He’s one of the original pioneers of cutting-edge microsurgical techniques for conditions associated with male infertility (including vasectomy reversal and varicocele repair). In addition, Dr. Fisch is the Clinical Professor of Urology and Reproductive Medicine at Weill Cornell Medical College (the medical school of Cornell University).
  • Dr. Harry Fisch offers you comprehensive preoperative counseling. He will provide you with all the knowledge you need to make an informed decision. You’ll have a clear understanding of the risks, benefits, and effectiveness of no-needle vasectomy.
  • For 9 consecutive years, Dr. Fisch has been one of “New York Magazine Top Doctors” and “America’s Top Doctors.” Also Dr. Fisch regularly appears on The Dr. Oz Show as the medical expert on Men’s Health. Moreover, Dr. Fisch’s work has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, USA Today… and he has appeared on CNN, 60 Minutes, 20/20, and CBS News.

So, if you’re looking for a knowledgeable, respected, and highly-qualified Urologist for your Vasectomy NY, then you need to call (212)-879-0800 to make an appointment with Dr. Harry Fisch.


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