No-scalpel vasectomy is an intervention without surgical incision to perform the partial removal of the vas deferens, which are the tubes that carry sperm in the testes. It is one of the most simple and effective contraceptive methods. Unlike a traditional vasectomy, in which a scalpel is used, this technique is performed with collets, causing the opening of the skin separating the fibres, not by cutting. The advantage is that patients have less pain and bleeding during surgery and less bruising, less risk of infections and other possible postoperative complications. In addition, there is no scarring.