Hemorrhoid laser procedure is a clinical procedure where hemorrhoids are removed using specialized equipment that emits laser. It is similar to other surgeries that are performed to manage hemorrhoids.
Hemorrhoids are swollen varicose veins in the anal canal. The anal canal measures only about 2 inches in length and extends from the rectum and ends at the anal opening. It is lined with anal pads. There are normally three anal pads, two on the right and one on the left side of the anal canal.
Closed hemorrhoidectomy is the surgical procedure most commonly used to treat internal hemorrhoids. It consists of the excision of hemorrhoidal bundles using a sharp instrument, such as a scalpel, scissors, electrocautery, or even laser followed by complete wound closure with absorbable suture.
Hemorrhoids are commonly observed in both men and women with roughly 50% of the population suffering from hemorrhoids by age 50. However, sometimes when hemorrhoids are neglected or particularly stubborn, other solutions need to be investigated. One such solution could be hemorrhoidectomy surgery and this is the process where the hemorrhoid is removed surgically, usually as an outpatient procedure.
Dr. Shital Patil & Kavita Patil are specialized in Hemorrhoid and gives treatment on laser haemorrhoidectomy (piles) in Nashik & they have the best team. Surgical removal of hemorrhoids (enlarged and dilated veins in and around the anus). Tissue from further in the anus is used to close the wound with surgical staples after the hemorrhoids are removed.
Advantages of Laser Procedure for Hemorrhoids
- One of the main advantages of hemorrhoid laser treatment is that the procedure is very quick to perform and only results in a small amount of bleeding if any. Patients recover a lot quicker and can return to the normal daily activities within a day.
- Healing of the hemorrhoid sites is also fairly quick. The damage to the nearby tissues is minimal which is a big advantage over conventional hemorrhoid procedure. Patients are still advised not to perform any strenuous activity for at least two weeks following the procedure.