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Laser Surgery

What is LASER?

Laser (Light Amplification by Stimulated Radiation) is a light beam of high energy. This light beam is used to burn or cut the abnormality, which was the reason for the surgery. Present, laser techniques are very advanced and much safer; they leave no scars, are bloodless and less painful. They also cause lesser complications

Why choose Laser over conventional surgery?

Laser proctology is the surgical treatment of diseases of the colon, rectum, and anus using a laser. Common conditions treated with laser proctology include hemorrhoids, fissures, fistula, pilonidal sinus, and polyps. The technique is increasingly being used to treat piles in both women and men.


Laser surgery is an outpatient or day-care procedure, which offers many advantages over conventional surgery. For e.g., the laser technique not only treats hemorrhoids more effectively, but it also reduces post-operative pain. It also improves symptoms after surgeries, which were not meant to completely cure the patient. Similar results have been seen in patients external thrombosis, severe anal spasms, fissure, fistula, varicose veins, and sentinel tags. Specific advantages of laser surgery are:

  •  Greater surgical precision

  •  No need for general anesthesia

  •  Faster surgeries

  • Discharge within a few hours

  • Back to routine in 3-5 days

  • No sutures and no scars

  •  Less sutures with no scars 

  •  Fast recoveries

  • Less loss of during surgery

  • Minimal postoperative pain

  •  Low risk of infection

  • Low risk of prolapse or rectal stenosis

  • Laser surgery patients look better.

  • Anal sphincter action is well preserved (no chances of incontinence).

  • Least rates of recurrence

  • Fewer visits to the doctor after surgery

  • Higher success rates

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