Laser Proctology

Laser Proctology is a kind of treatment used in diseases related to the colon, rectum, and anus in a bloodless, painless, and scarless procedure. In this kind of operation, a doctor uses a Laser (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) or high-intensity light to burn or cut the affected tissues. Diseases like hemorrhoids, Piles, Fistula, Fissures, and Pilonidal Sinus are treated with Laser Proctology. Patients who suffer from external thrombosis, severe anal spasms, sentinel tags, and varicose veins also enjoy the benefit of this surgery.

State-of-the-art Equipment to Treat Critical Ailments

Dr. Sourav Dhar specializes in Laser Proctology procedures and offers comprehensive treatment. We use the finest equipment to operate issues with the large intestine in male and female patients. This kind of treatment is increasingly applied to successfully treat piles and fissures as it causes less pain with fewer complications. Unlike traditional surgeries, Laser therapy offers several advantages, are completed in a day-care procedure.

  • Piles
  • Fistula
  • Fissure
  • Severe Anal Spasms
  • Sentinel Tags
  • Varicose Veins
  • Pilonidal Sinus


Fissure is a condition of the anus, the muscular opening of the digestive tract. In this condition, the moist & thin tissue of the anus gets a crack or tear that causes pain and bleeding. Constipation and passing of hard stools are mostly responsible for the condition. It is a common problem in infants but adults are also affected by anal fissures. Often it heals on its own but sometimes needs to see a doctor.


Anal Fistula is a connection between an infected gland to the opening area of the anus. Tiny mucus-building glands inside the anus sometimes get clogged and infected. These infected glands occasionally develop fistula and cause pain and swelling around the anus.


Pile is a condition in which the lower anus and rectum area get affected with swollen veins. It may cause tissue growth in the affected area and causes pain and significant discomfort. Internal piles develop within the rectum, while external piles grow outside the anus.

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