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CO2 Laser machine is well equip with two technology inside one unit which can produce as conventional CO2 laser and used as a cutting laser and also incorporated with Fractional CO2 technology just by changing the head piece of the laser. This two laser functions is used differently for different conditions.

CO2 LASER FOR CUTTING

CO2 Laser is highly effective way to remove unsightly or bothersome moles and to eradicate acne scars, surgical scars and other textural irregularities of the skin, such as skin tags, warts, bumps, milia, etc. This form of removal is widely regarded as superior to traditional surgical techniques as the laser targets only the affected area. It minimizes damage to the surrounding area. In addition, CO2 Laser does not involve stitching, which can leave scarring. Instead, it seals the skin as it targets the tissues, thus reducing bleeding, minimizing the chances of infection. The procedure is safe and quick. The treated areas heal quickly with good cosmetic results.

CO2 Laser is recommended for:

• MOLE REMOVAL

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• SKIN TAG REMOVAL

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• MILIA (OIL SEED) REMOVAL

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• WART REMOVAL 

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• BURN SCARS

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• STRETCH MARKS

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• KELOID SCARS 

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• PIGMENTED LESIONS (SOLAR KERATOSIS)

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• XANTHELASMA REMOVAL (CHOLESTEROL DEPOSIT)

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• HAEMORRHOID TREATMENT

HOW ARE LASERS USED?

Depending on the grade of haemorrhoids and type of laser various modes are in use.

A) In situ coagulation of piles : - Small to medium sized pile masses can be coagulated in situ by using 'Diode' or Nd : YAG or defocussed CO2 laser. The coagulation can be done by submucous or trans mucous mode.

B) Ablation of piles : Total or submucosal ablation of small pile masses can be done by a high powered diode laser or a CO2 in focussed mode or Nd : YAG laser with ablating delivery system.

C) Excision of piles : Commonly used method is 'Modified Milligan-Morgan' procedure. 'Laser' is used as dissecting tool to incise the mucosa/skin and excision of pile masses is done submucosally. Most of the medium to large sized haemorrhoids are managed by laser excision.

'Lasers' offer a lot of advantages when used in the treatment of haemorrhoids.

1.Average operative time is less than conventional surgical procedures.
2.Intraoperative as well as postoperative bleeding is significantly less.
3.Postoperative pain is considerably less.
4.Good and rapid healing of operated area with minimal inflammation.
5.Quicker recovery and early return to normal lifestyle.
6.Many procedures can be done under local or regional anaesthetia.
7.Complication rate is much less.

Possible complications that can be encountered during laser surgery for haemorrhoids are:
• Perianal itching and burning sensation, which is always self-limiting.
• Secondary haemorrhage and localised perforation due to excessive lasing.

In personal experience of more than 200 cases of haemorrhoids treated by laser, the complication rate was about 1 percent and none were serious complications.

Over last 5 years, lasers are being used extensively in the management of haemorrhoids and other colorectal pathologies. Though the treatment is slightly costly. It offers tremendous advantages to the patients with minimal complications. In coming days it may be the gold standard for treatment of haemorrhoids