This series of precise laser output energy is delivered directly from the fibers to the hemorrhoid lymph nodes. The laser energy will destroy the hemorrhoid node from the inside while removing the accumulation by contraction.The advantage of using a laser instead of a scalpel compared to traditional surgery is that the incision is immediately closed by the laser, allowing contact hemostasis. The advantage is that the fibrous reconstruction creates new connective tissue, ensuring mucosa adheres to the underlying tissue, which also limits the occurrence or recurrence of prolapse.The device has proven to be one of the most innovative surgical modalities, meeting the need for minimally invasive treatment.
Micro-invasive percutaneous access
It is common to have some light bleeding and clear or yellow fluids from your anus. This is most likely when you have a bowel movement. These symptoms may last for 1 to 2 months after surgery. After 1 to 2 weeks, you should be able to do most of your normal activities.
The advantage of using a laser, rather than a scalpel, for this cutting is that lasers instantly close the incision and coagulate the blood, eliminating bleeding. After we've removed the hemorrhoids, we thoroughly clean and sterilize the area. You should not feel any pain whatsoever during this procedure.