We have trademarked our technique with the US patent office. No SNIP is an acronym meaning that there is no scalpel, no need no incision and no pain. There is no pain.

Our technique is different from a conventional vasectomy in the way it is performed surgically.

Reasons for having a No SNIP vasectomy as compared to other methods of vasectomy are the following:.

  • No use of scalpel needle or incision.
  • No PAIN.
  • No stitches.
  • Quicker to perform.
  • Quicker and easier recovery.
  • More effective.
  • Lesser chances of complications like bleeding.

    Why Choose a Specialist

    Although anyone with a medical degree/license can “legally” perform a vasectomy, only Urologists are certified by The American Board of Medical Specialties and The American Board of Urology. Dr. Agha is a diplomate of the American Board of Urology and has completed over 5 years of specialty training after graduating from medical school. He has the advanced training necessary to deal with the occasional difficult vasectomy or complications arising from a vasectomy.
    Please ask your doctor if he or she is certified by The American Board of Urology. And how often do they perform vasectomies on daily basis.
    In this day of the information age, patients have access, via the Internet and other means, to more and better information about health care than ever before. Informed patients are focusing upon trustworthy, credible sources of healthcare information. One such source is The American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), a not-for-profit organization which assists 24 approved medical specialties in evaluation and certification of physicians. One such specialty is Urology. The ABMS is recognized as the “gold standard” in physician certification which means better care for patients. Vasectomy is a simple procedure especially in skilled hands. Diverse types of physicians including family physicians, general surgeons and sometimes even gynecologists perform this rather innocuous procedure. But they are not equipped with the skills to deals with difficult vasectomies or complications arising from a vasectomy

    No procedure should therefore be taken lightly. The horror stories of simple vasectomy are not unheard of. Excessive pain due to poor technique of anesthesia and excessive bleeding producing massive swelling of scrotum is not uncommon. Poor identification of vas is a factor when urologists are generally called by other surgeons unfamiliar with the procedure.

    All urologists are trained in the surgery of genitourinary organs. Even within this specialty, there are some who do mostly scrotal and vas surgery. For this group, the vasectomy becomes a second nature. Of course, if you have many choices, when it comes to your own body, you certainly want to have it done by a specialist.