Vasectomy Reversal

A vasectomy reversal can be the most cost effective way to have a child after a vasectomy.

A vasectomy reversal is a complex microscopic surgery where the surgeon recconects the vas deferens together (vasovasostomy, most common), or attaches the vas deferens  to the epididymis (Vasoepididymostomy, more complex) to restore fertility.  The type of surgery performed is determined during the procedure.

With his fellowship training in microscopic surgery, Dr. Stewart Landau  is considered the premier urologist specializing in vasectomy reversals, in Utah. Patients travel from all over Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming and farther, for his expertise.

Dr. Landau is proud to have successfully helped families grow for over 25 years.

Vasectomy Reversal FAQ

1. How long does the procedure take?

The vasovasostomy is approximately about two  hours, and an Vasoepididymostomy takes about three hours.

2. Is the surgery performed in the office like a vasectomy?

No, a vasectomy reversal is much more complex than a vasectomy, and takes much longer, therefore it is performed as an out-patient procedure in a surgical center.

3. What is the standard recovery time?

Recovery times differ from patient to patient, however most patients are able to resume non-strenuous activities three days after surgery. We recommend no heavy lifting or strenuous exercise for 2-3 weeks following the procedure.

4. Is a consultation with Dr. Landau required prior to surgery?

Yes, it is important to meet with Dr. Landau prior to surgery to discuss your health history, the surgery, discuss the various factors that can affect the success rates of a vasectomy reversal procedure, and to answer all of your questions.