Looking for a safe, effective and trustworthy vasectomy? Gladstone Park men can visit Dr Cashion at Vasectomy Australia, an expert in the vasectomy procedure who offers a safe and affordable option that will only take 30 minutes. Dr Cashion is known for his no-scalpel vasectomy technique which is an efficient way to achieve permanent contraception, removing the risk of unwanted pregnancy from your life.

The procedure is performed under a local anaesthetic and has a fast recovery time. It is also accessible to men not only in Gladstone Park but all around Australia. Dr Cashion provides a high-quality and safe vasectomy Gladstone Park men can trust.

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No longer want to have children? The vasectomy procedure from Dr Cashion can safeguard you for life.

What is a vasectomy and how will it benefit me?

The vasectomy procedure is a way for men who no longer wish to procreate to safeguard their future sexual activity. The delicate procedure is a form of permanent contraception that closes your sperm-carrying tubes. While you will still produce semen upon ejaculation, it will no longer carry the sperm necessary to impregnate a woman.

The actual vasectomy procedure is a 30-minute process that is performed under a local anaesthetic. A gentle technique that does not require a scalpel, there is a quick recovery time so you are back on your feet with minimal downtime.

Men in Gladstone Park can use our online bookings platform for ease of booking, including the ability to have your consultation and procedure on the same day.  Simply choose the clinic location best suited for you around Australia.

Why do so many men trust Dr Cashion with their vasectomy?

Dr Cashion has been specialising in the no-scalpel and open-ended vasectomy technique over the past 3 years. As one of the busiest surgeons in Australia specifically for this technique, Dr Cashion performs around 2000 of these procedures a year.

Along with this, Dr Cashion is a former medical educator and supervisor of general practice registrars through James Cook University, and has a degree in medicine. He is also a fellow of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (FRCEM) and the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (FACRRM).

You can trust one of the busiest and most in-demand vasectomy surgeons in the country with your procedure. Dr Cashion performs around 40 vasectomies a week and is well-respected in the medical community.

What will a vasectomy cost me?

The cost of a no-scalpel vasectomy with Vasectomy Australia:

Vasectomy Fee$750
Less Medicare Rebate$200
Out of Pocket Cost$550

A $100 deposit must be paid on booking to secure your appointment. The balance is payable on the day of your procedure. Once you have paid the full amount you will be provided with an invoice/receipt to claim your Medicare rebate.

Please note that your Medicare rebate is based on the balance of $650 payable at the clinic. Your deposit of $100 will not count towards your Medicare Safety Net.

Frequently Asked Questions

Dr Cashion makes it as simple as possible to book a non-scalpel vasectomy. Gladstone Park patients can organise a consultation and the procedure on the same day online or by phone. Along with Gladstone Park, Dr Cashion services other areas around Australia, including:
Yes, driving home safely and comfortably after your vasectomy is completely fine, and you will not require a friend or family member to assist you.
Anyone asking this question should reconsider a vasectomy. While the procedure can be reversed the results are not guaranteed and it is an expensive process which is not covered by Medicare.

Dr Cashion is an expert when it comes to the vasectomy procedure, his high skill-level mitigates the risk of any complications, so you are in very good hands. However, all surgical procedures contain an element of risk. The primary two risks are;

  1. Bruising
  2. Mild pain or swelling ​

Both of these will subside after your procedure. If you perform the kind of work that requires heavy lifting, you may need some time off, for which we can provide a medical certificate.

No, and this is a very important point to understand. The vasectomy procedure requires confirmation from our team before it should be considered effective. We will analyse your situation at the three-month mark to confirm, and until this time, protection should still be used during sexual activity to avoid pregnancy.
Sexual activity can be resumed after about one week. However, contraception must be used during this time. Men are encouraged to “clean out the pipes” to ensure they are completely risk-free when it comes time to analyse the results of their vasectomy.
The healing ability of each man differs so no formal timeframe can be given, however, as an estimate, someone with slower healing may take around two weeks until they reach a full recovery. For those with an average healing ability, a full recovery can be reached in about seven days.
All of our vasectomies are performed under local anaesthetic. If you prefer to have your procedure under sedation or general anaesthetic please see your GP who can organise a referral to a urologist.
All of our vasectomies are performed under local anaesthetic. If you prefer to have your procedure under sedation or general anaesthetic please see your GP who can organise a referral to a urologist. Interestingly enough, the laser vasectomy does not exist. The process used by Dr Cashion involves a hyfrecator which some people often refer to as a laser vasectomy. When taking this information into account, you could say Dr Cashion uses the laser vasectomy process, however the terminology is essentially incorrect.

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