The Best Life Microsurgery Clinic UK

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Why Choose Best Life?

Why should you Best Life for your reversal?


Our ethos is to provide the best possible service and give best possible experience to our patients and achieving best results.  We constantly drive towards excellence which is a moving target. The type of service we provide is unique and as far as we know, no other clinic in the UK provides the same advanced technique of multilayer microsurgery vasectomy reversal. Contrary to many other clinics including those who claim to do hundreds of procedures every year, we check the fluid from the vas attached to the testicles and decide the right procedure i.e. Vaso-vasostomy or vaso epididymostomy. As one size doesn't fit all, one type of operation will not be appropriate to every patient. If your surgeon can do only one type of procedure, then you are left to the mercy of the chance of being the right patient for the surgeon's  procedure. It should be other way round, i.e. the surgeon should be able to do the right procedure (make the procedure right ) for your needs at the time of the operation. We can assure that we do that every time for every patient. We provide the realistic figures and suggest alternatives if we believe reversal is not the most suitable  operation for you.


We routinely perform the procedures on a weekly basis involving the same surgon and dedicated surgical team. Team synergy in our clinic is second to none. We are capapbel of dealing with a range of challenging situations such as loss or damage to lengthy segment of vas, extremely thin or thick vas, disproportionate diameters of the both ends (multilayer technique is very important here), blow-outs that is more prevalent in men who had vasectomy for more than 10 years. Our average operating time is four hours with range from three to five hours. Only by taking this much time, we are able to do the advanced technique that provides the best possible alignment of the vas ends even in the challenging situations mentioned above. We don't rush four or five  procedures in an operating list (though it will more financially rewarding). We heard stories of patients who came for re-do reversal after previous surgery in other places about being the last patient who was rushed in and out with in 90 minutes. We can do only a maximum of two procedures in a day due to the time consuming nature of  advanced microsurgery reversals.



This is the ‘business end of the Zeiss’s Opmi Vario operating microscope. The magnifying power is up to 26 x through crystal clear optics. Two binocular heads enable the surgeon and the assistant to work together. The focus, magnification and placement have dual controls, either on the Playstation like hand grips or for ‘hands-free’ control, with a foot operated floor unit. This is an absolutely needed piece of giant kit to do the reversal int he most advanced way. We don't use operating microscope as a magnifying loupe as soem other reversal surgeons do. To do  a real micro surgery that includes handling of 9-0 or 10-0 sutures which are thinner than the human hair, both the surgeon and the assisatnt needs to work though the microscope. These sutures and the minute needles cannot be handled by conventional instruments or by hands as some other reversal surgeons do. 
In addition, we use specific  vasectomy reversal sutures that are specially made for the layered technique which are expensive and specifically designed microsurgical  instruments.


Our greatest asset at Best Life Microsurgery is the team. Constantly mentioned and praised in patient feedback  to the clinic. All are specifically trained in sedation techniques, resuscitation as well as holding multiple nursing and degree qualifications. The ultimate credit goes to every member of the team. The kindness and professionalism of our team will be felt throughout your journey with us and in our after support.

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