Dr. Mark Hickman, MD, FACS, a surgeon in New Braunfels, TX, is offering vasectomy reversals using his pioneering expertise in microsurgical procedures, specifically through laparoscopic or minimally invasive telescopic surgery. Laparoscopy is a surgery technique that employs smaller incisions to make the procedure less invasive with the advantages of less pain, smaller scars, and faster healing. To allow the surgeon to see what they are doing inside the body of the patient, they use the laparoscope, which is a small tube with a tiny video camera that is connected to a video monitor. Through this method, incisions will be no longer than a half-inch instead of the usual six- to 12-inch-long incisions for regular surgery methods.
Dr. Hickman says, “During my extensive training in general surgery residence at the University of Texas, I was introduced to microsurgery with plastic and reconstructive surgeons. I was amazed at the results of microsurgery and the significantly reduced impact on the patient. I began my private practice in New Braunfels, TX in 1988 and soon after became an early pioneer of laparoscopic (minimally invasive telescopic) surgery. As an expert in laparoscopic procedures, I began to teach minimally invasive techniques to other surgeons. Subsequently, I also invented several surgical instruments and have been awarded a US patent and recognized as a contributor on several other important minimally invasive patents.”
As a vasectomy reversal surgeron, Dr. Mark Hickman has established a high success rate, which is due to the procedure that he follows in performing the male fertility restoration surgery. He looks for the two ends of the vas deferens and frees them from the surrounding scar tissue. He joins these two ends using fine nylon suture and powerful operating microscope, carefully making sure that the lumen of the two ends of the vas are aligned properly and a watertight closure is achieved.
Before joining the two ends of the vas together, he will take a sample fluid from the testicular end of the vas and then examine this under a microscope. It is important to note that the testicle doesn’t stop producing sperm after a vasectomy, which means that the sample fluid should contain some sperm or sperm parts. If there is no sperm, this means there is an obstruction, which is known as an epididymal blowout. This means that there is a rupture of the vas deferens in the epididymis and Dr. Hickman will need to do a vasoepididymostomy in addition to the vasovasostomy. This is vital for a successful result. Fortunately, since Dr. Hickman is offering two all-inclusive options for the vasectomy reversal, which means no additional fees will be charged to the patient if both repairs have to be done.
Dr. Mark Hickman is offering two all-inclusive affordable alternatives. One is priced at $3,300 and includes an oral sedative and local anesthesia. For those who prefer anesthesia provided through an IV drip, the all-inclusive price is $4,200. For this option, IV sedation will be provided by a board certified anesthesiologist. The all-inclusive offers ensure no hidden fees, which means the patient is assured that there will be no surprises when paying the bill.
Founded in 1988, Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman is a practice where he uses his pioneering microsurgical and minimally invasive methods for reversing a vasectomy. He came to know about the microsurgery techniques used in cosmetic and reconstructive surgery during his general surgery residence training. Noting how microsurgery can provide for a much better experience for his patients, he decided to apply microsurgery techniques for his vasectomy reversal practice and even invented several surgical instruments for the minimally invasive approach. He has already performed thousands of successful vasectomy reversals and is always excited when patients happily announce that a new baby is on the way.
Those who are asking, “Is it possible to reverse a vasectomy?” can visit the Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman website or contact them through the telephone or by email. They are open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, from Monday to Friday.
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Microsurgical Vasectomy Reversals by Dr. Mark Hickman
598 N Union Ave #200
New Braunfels, TX 78130
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