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Laser, Vascular & Colorectal Surgery

Laser
Overview

Laser applications are finding their way into every aspect of our modern life. Laser has practically taken over many aspects of medicine. Many conditions which were felt to have no treatment are now having a new lease of life thanks to laser.

Laser Proctology is a field dealing in laser application of Piles, Fistula and Pilonidal Sinus. Conventional surgeries for these conditions were a legacy of dawn of surgery in 1930’s and have not changed since. Laser applications for the above conditions lead to a bloodless, painless procedure with no complications. The recovery is amazingly fast with most patients able to join work in a couple of days. In expert hands, the procedures have almost no recurrence.

Laser ablation of piles and varicose veins is a USFDA approved procedure and very popular in USA. Dr. Rusy Bhalla has been doing this procedure for the last 7 years and has performed over 2000 cases in this period.

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Laser Treatment of Varicose Veins

A laser closes the defective veins without surgery. This results in instant relief from pains of varicose veins. Other effects like disappearance of veins, reversal of darkening and very important, most ulcers will heal after laser procedure. Cosmetically, it is the best as it is a 100% EVLT (Endovenous laser treatment type II) and leaves no marks. No surgery or chemicals are used. It is better than conventional surgery because there is anegligible recurrence rate if simple post-operative instructions are followed.

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View our Varicose Veins and Venous Ulcers brochure

Read more about Laser Treatment of Varicose Veins here

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How Laser Treatment Works

LASER stands for “Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation“. Laser surgery is a field dealing with performing surgical procedures through laser energy. Laser surgery is surgery using a laser to cut tissue instead of a scalpel. Examples include the use of a laser scalpel in otherwise conventional surgery, and soft tissue laser surgery, in which the laser beam vaporizes soft tissue with high water content. Laser resurfacing is a technique in which molecular bonds of a material are dissolved by a laser.

Laser allows precise denaturation or loss of function of a tissue. It needs to be remembered that Laser is not radiation in any form. It is only concentrated light in wavelength which gives off its energy in a very controlled form. Laserisation leads to denaturation, coagulation and uncoupling of protein bonds that make up integrity of a tissue. As such it is different from common cauterisation which causes charring of the tissue, although the difference is seen only at microscopic level.

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