Sydney Vasectomy Specialists
30+ Years Experience

Our doctors are supported by a dedicated and highly qualified team who ensure the comfort and care of the patient, in fully equipped procedure rooms at our clinics in Campsie, Penrith, Sydney CBD, Narellan and

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Dr. Naresh Parajuli

About Experienced Sydney Vasectomy Doctor Naresh Parajuli

Dr. Naresh Parajuli has been working as a medical practitioner in Australia and overseas for over 30 years. He has a wide range of experience in various medical fields including working as an emergency physician, family physician, public health administrator, family planning, men’s health, and as a skin cancer doctor. Dr. Parajuli is a Fellow of Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, and an accredited Procedural Doctor. He specialises in ‘No Scalpel Vasectomy’.

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Dr. Benjamin Tang

About Doctor Benjamin Tang, Vasectomist in Sydney

Dr. Benjamin Tang graduated from the University of Queensland in 2016. Ben spent 3 years working at Ipswich Hospital in Queensland as a resident medical officer. He gained surgical experience in orthopaedic and general surgical terms as a resident there. He went on and specialised in general practice, with a special interest in men’s health. Dr Tang was awarded a FRACGP in 2022. Dr Tang also enjoys teaching the next generation of doctors. He works as a GP supervisor and is an examiner for the FRACGP.

Ben has undergone specialist training in No Scalpel Vasectomy with urologist Dr Douglas Stein in the USA, who has done over 45,000 vasectomies himself. He brings back the most up to date techniques in No Scalpel Open Ended Vasectomy and strives to ensure that patients’ comfort is the main priority.

Ben is a tragic Wallabies Supporter. When he is not following rugby, he enjoys travelling the world with his young family.

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