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Laser treatment for Fistula

Our Doctors Dr. Kapil Dev who is one of the best laser surgery for Fistula doctor in New Delhi says that the Fistula, a condition characterized by an abnormal connection or tract between two organs or between an organ and the skin surface, poses significant challenges for patients and clinicians alike. Traditional treatments often involve surgical procedures with associated risks and complications. Laser treatment for fistula offers a minimally invasive alternative, harnessing the power of advanced technology to effectively address this complex condition.

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Advantages Of Laser Therapy For Fistula

  • Reduced risk of complications such as incontinence, infection, and wound breakdown.
  • Faster recovery times and shorter hospital stays.
  • Minimal scarring and improved cosmetic outcomes.
  • Higher success rates with lower rates of recurrence.
  • Laser therapy promotes faster wound healing due to reduced tissue.
  • About Anal Fistula Causes
    • Infection: Fistulas often develop as a complication of infections, such as anal abscesses or infections in other parts of the body. These infections can lead to the formation of abnormal tracts connecting internal organs or the skin surface.
    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD): Conditions like Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis can cause inflammation and damage to the digestive tract, increasing the risk of fistula formation.
    • Trauma: Traumatic injuries, such as those caused by childbirth, surgery, or penetrating injuries, can disrupt normal tissue barriers and create pathways for fistula development.
    • Chronic Conditions: Certain chronic conditions, such as tuberculosis, sexually transmitted infections, and radiation therapy, can weaken tissue integrity and predispose individuals to fistula formation.
    • Congenital Anomalies: Rarely, fistulas can be present at birth as a result of abnormal development of the fetal organs.
    • Foreign Bodies: Foreign bodies or objects that become lodged in the body, such as swallowed or inserted objects, can cause tissue damage and lead to fistula formation if left untreated.