Ireland's Longest Established
Vasectomy Clinic

Over 5,000 Successful Vasectomies performed

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  • Why a no-scalpel vasectomy?
    The no-scalpel technique has been shown to have fewer complications and improved recovery time.
  • Cost
    €500 includes pre-vasectomy counselling, procedure, post-vasectomy semen analysis and support. GMS Card Holders €300.
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    To book an appointment for a consultation or to just ask a question, please contact us.

"Excellent from start to finish. Very simple to book with helpful instructions. Location is easy to get to, parking right outside and the premises is clean and comfortable. Really good consultation before the procedure with Doctor Byrne..."

Donal Gleeson [View Review]

So You’re Thinking about a Vasectomy…

Ireland’s Longest
Established Clinic
Simple Procedure
Highly Effective
10-30
mins
Pre OP
Advice

Vasectomy is a method of permanent contraception for men. The procedure involves blocking the tubes that carry sperm from the testicles. The traditional technique is to make an incision in the front of the scrotum, to pull the tubes up through the incision, and to cut the tubes. With the no-scalpel method, the physician makes a small puncture in the front of the scrotum and gently draws the vas tubes through the small puncture.

Using the modern no-scalpel technique, there is much less chance of complications and the patient usually feels much more comfortable.

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Meet Your Specialist: Dr. Emmett Byrne

RCSI, LRCPI, SI, MB BCH, NUI, MICGP, BE, MIEI.

Dr. Emmett was trained in the performance of the scalpel free vasectomy technique by Dr. Doug Stein - the world’s best vasectomist. This training enabled Emmett to set the clinical standards at the world’s highest levels for vasectomy delivery and to date has completed well over a thousand vasectomies.

Dr. Emmett has extensive training in all aspects of men’s health and preventative medicine. After retiring as a professional rugby player for Leinster and Ireland Dr. Emmett pursued a career in medicine, qualifying from the Royal College of Surgeons. After this he went on to train as a General Practitioner on the Trinity Specialist training scheme for General Practice and is now on the specialist register of the Irish Medical Council.

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