Piles (Hemorrhoids) is a very common anorectal disease defined as the symptomatic enlargement and/or distal displacement of anal cushions. The most common symptom of hemorrhoids is bright red blood covering the stool, on toilet paper or in the toilet bowl. Hemorrhoids are found both in men and women. About half of all people have hemorrhoids by age 50.
Laser treatment of Haemorrhoids is a new, highly effective, scientifically proven procedure, empowering doctors with much more precision and accuracy. A LASER hemorrhoidectomy is a procedure that employs laser energy for the treatment of hemorrhoids. When this treatment is applied, a medical laser is used to heat the problematic vein, which essentially causes them to collapse and disintegrate. In this procedure, the hemorrhoid is completely vaporized with the use of carbon dioxide or a laser beam. The smaller sized beam of the laser improves the accuracy and the precision of the procedure. In addition, the thinness of the laser beam is a factor which contributes to swift and unimpaired healing after the procedure. There are various options for those who need treatment for hemorrhoids, including traditional surgery.