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Zorn EZ Vasectomy™

Faster recovery, reduced complications, and a dedicated team for the best patient experience. 

At BPH Canada, Dr. Zorn and his team of dedicated specialists offer the Zorn EZ Vasectomy – a tear-free no-needle no-scalpel vasectomy procedures for their patients.

With regards to outcomes following a vasectomy procedure, experience does matter. With over 18 years of experience, Dr. Zorn is a highly trained board-certified urologist that has performed over 10,000 of vasectomy procedures. All procedures have been performed through a 3 mm single opening.

Given Dr. Zorn’s extensive experience with tear-free no-needle no-scalpel vasectomy, he can perform the procedure quickly and efficiently. A typical Zorn EZ Vasectomy procedure performed by Dr. Zorn takes about 15 minutes or less. It is not uncommon for patients to have little or no discomfort after their vasectomy procedure. Experience is essential when it comes to optimal outcomes with vasectomy procedures.


The Zorn EZ Vasectomy™ offers a quick and simple way to get your vasectomy procedure done.

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How Does it Work?

The Zorn EZ Vasectomy uses only the most modern techniques to maximize efficacy and minimize patient discomfort.

A Zorn EZ Vasectomy guarantees the patient the most modern and up-to-date techniques are used to increase the probability of a successful vasectomy. Although the risk of pregnancy after a vasectomy is only 1 in 2000, it is reassuring to know that the chances of persistent motile sperm after a vasectomy can be minimized with the excellent surgical technique.


To perform a vasectomy procedure, Dr. Zorn will first inject lidocaine to numb the skin.

A no-scalpel no-needle vasectomy requires the use of a pressure-activated injector device or specifically the MadaJet Needle-free Injection which injects anesthetic agents through a a fine jet stream with virtually no pain. This jet injection technique holds the physiological advantage of providing higher levels of tissue anesthesia, while using lesser volume.

Next, the vas deferens are identified manually and isolated using the standard three-finger technique. Subsequently, the skin is opened using a no-needle no-scalpel technique.

Fascial interposition involves capping the ends of the vas deferens with a small cap of tissue that surrounds the vas thereby preventing two divided ends from touching each other after the procedure and forming a new connection during the healing process. Removing a small segment of vas during the procedure creates some distance between the two divided ends and further decreases the probability of a new connection forming.

Finally, mucosal cautery is employed during a Zorn EZ Vasectomy using a needle tipped electrocautery to form a long segment of scar in the inner aspect of the vas to prevent sperm from being able to pass if a new connection is able to form despite fascial interposition and separation of the vasal ends.

The tiny skin defect is approximated with skin glue or a small suture.

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The total time to perform a vasectomy procedure is approximately 15 minutes.


Due to the numbing cream, patients will not experience any pain throughout the procedure. The Lenis Needle-free system is significantly less painful than a traditional needle injection. Most patients describe it as being gently snapped with a rubber band.


After a vasectomy, it is important to avoid strenuous activities such as heavy lifting, exercise, or sexual activity for 3-5 days. It is typical to have mild discomfort that can be relieved with Tylenol or ibuprofen. Ice should be applied to the area indirectly for 20 minutes every few hours while awake for the first day to reduce swelling and discomfort.

A topical antibacterial such as Bacitracin or Neosporin should be applied to the wounds 2-3 times per day for several days. It is important to avoid submerging the wound in water such as in a bath or swimming pool. These activities can allow bacteria to enter the wound and lead to infection. It is OK to take a shower even the day of the procedure, but the area should not be washed vigorously or scrubbed with a brush.

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There are very few possible complications associated with the Zorn EZ Vasectomy.

The complications that can arise are generally short-lived and resolve with ice, rest, anti-inflammatories, and time.

Long term safety with a Zorn EZ Vasectomyis considered excellent, although all of the following are possible:

  • Mild discomfort: Some men report a mild aching sensation to the scrotum for a few hours to a few days after the procedure.
  • Mild bleeding into the scrotum (1/400): May form a small tender swelling for a few days.
  • Infection (1/500): May present as redness and tenderness at the healing site opening or non specific tenderness within the scrotum, which may require oral antibiotics. (More serious infection is possible i.e. abscess formation that may require intravenous antibiotics 1/1000).
  • Epididymitis (1/100): Tender swelling of the epididymis, the tube connecting the vas deferens and the testes.

Very infrequently a post-vasectomy syndrome may occur which is associated with prolonged scrotal discomfort. Typically, this can be relieved with anti-inflammatory medications such as ibuprofen and the symptoms should resolve with time.

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