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Laser proctology refers to the treatment of diseases of colon, anus and rectum via laser application. Haemorrhoid, fistula, fissures, polyps and Pilonidal Sinus are a few diseases that are effectively treated using laser techniques.

Laser proctology refers to the treatment of diseases of colon, anus and rectum via laser application. Haemorrhoid, fistula, fissures, polyps and Pilonidal Sinus are a few diseases that are effectively treated using laser techniques. Laser treatment for piles and fissures are increasingly used to successfully treat them in both men and women.

What is laser proctology (surgery)?

Laser (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) is a high-energy light that is used to safely cut or burn the affected tissue during surgical procedures. The laser techniques are advanced and safer than before; they are scar-free, bloodless and less painful with fewer complications.

How is laser surgery better than conventional surgery?

Laser surgery or laser therapy is a day-care procedure that offers several advantages over traditional surgery. Compared to banding surgery, laser effectively treats hemorrhoids, improves symptoms and reduces post-operative pain. Similar benefits are seen for patients with severe anal spasms, external thrombosis, fissure, and sentinel tags, fistula & varicose veins due to ever-growing advantages, namely:

  • Less operation time, discharge within a few hours
  • Back to routine life in 3-5 days
  • Greater surgical precision
  • Sutureless treatment with no scars
  • Fastest recovery as there are no cuts or stitches
  • Quick relief from the symptoms
  • Less blood loss during surgery
  • No or minimal post-operative pain
  • Reduced risk of infection
  • Reduced risk of rectal stenosis or prolapse
  • Aesthetically the best procedures – helps as a confidence-booster for the patient.
  • The anal sphincter action is well preserved, (no chances of incontinence fecal leak).
  • Least recurrence rates
  • Fewer doctor visits post-surgery
  • High success rates
  • No need for general anesthesia. Local or spinal anesthesia is applicable for this surgery

What are the anorectal diseases that require laser surgery?

  • Piles - Piles or hemorrhoids is excessive of arterial blood flow, causing dilations in the hemorrhoidal plexuses and, consequently congestion. Enlarged veins that are located at the junction of rectum and anus are known as Hemorrhoids, Mulvyadh or Bavasir.
  • Anorectal Fissures - An anal fissure is a small tear or a crack in the lining of the anus. Anal fissure may occur when passing hard or large stools causing pain and bleeding during bowel movements.
  • Anal Fistula - An anal fistula is a small, infected channel that can develop between the end of the bowel and the skin near the anus. Most anal fistulas are the result of an infection in an anal gland that spreads to the skin.
  • Pilonidal Cyst - Pilonidal cysts are the sacs filled with hair and skin debris that are formed at the top of the crease of buttocks above the sacrum. A painful abscess can form if the cyst and overlying skin become infected.
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