Treatment for Fissure that is both advanced and painless

In a simple process, you can have the most advanced, successful, and painless permanent laser-assisted treatment for anal fissure.

What is Fissure?

An anal fissure is a condition in which the thin and moist lining of the anus develops a small tear or cut. There could also be a crack in or around the anal area. The passage of hard and big stools during bowel movements is one of the key explanations or causes for anal fissures. You may have significant pain and vivid red blood bleeding during and after bowel movements if you have an anal fissure. Anal fissures can reach deep in some situations, exposing the muscle tissue underlying them. Spasms of the anal sphincter [muscle ring at the end of your anus] are also possible.

Delaying or postponing treatment for anal fissures can result in serious problems. You can contact LFG Cares or schedule an appointment with our anal fistula experts to get diagnosed for anal fissures and have the best and safest anal fissure surgery in your area. [proctologists]


Lifting heavy weights

Tight anal sphincter

Passing large or hard stools frequently

Decreased blood flow to the anal region

Straining too much while bowel movement


Anal Bleeding

Rectal Pain


Cracked skin

Small lump or skin tag


Anal fissures can be diagnosed by physical examinations of the anal area by LFG Cares experts. To rule out the presence of any disease or disorder that can cause anal fissures, the doctors may request your medical and pharmaceutical history. Our fissure specialists can examine the tear and assess the severity of your anal fissures using cutting-edge diagnostic technologies and procedures such as anoscopy, colonoscopy, and flexible sigmoidoscopy. As a result, our experts will be able to give you with the most appropriate treatment alternatives at a reasonable cost.

Anal fissures are usually addressed with operations such as anal sphincterotomy, lateral internal sphincterotomy [LIS], and laser fissure surgery. Our specialists do laser anal fissure surgery with no or minimum risks and problems out of all of them. Anal fissure surgery by laser is performed at LFG Cares by well-experienced specialists. Using infrared radiation from the C02 laser, our doctors will boost the blow flow to the area of anal fissure. As a result, it aids in the healing of anal fissures. The C02 laser aids in increased surgical control and provides a defined region of concentrate.


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A fissure is a narrow opening, cut, crack, tear, or split. In the medical field, a fissure is a cleft or groove which can be normal or abnormal. For example, a fissure in the cerebral cortex is normal, but a fissure in the anus or anal region is abnormal, which can cause health concerns.

Piles and fissures are two different types of anorectal conditions. Piles is a cluster or lump of inflamed tissues, muscles, blood vessels, and veins. Anal fissures are a tear, crack, or cut in the lining of the anus.

As of now, there is no evident clinical data to support whether an anal fissure can cause piles or not. Piles and fissures are anorectal diseases that share a few common symptoms like bleeding, itching, and swelling in the anal area. To know more details about piles and anal fissures, you can have a consultation with our doctors.

No, anal fissures do not cause cancer. But, anal fissures can cause pain, swelling, irritation, and bright blood discharge from the anal area. Have a consultation with our expert anal fissure doctors to know more details about anorectal diseases [piles, fissures, fistula] and cancer.

An anal fissure is a tear or crack in the lining of the anus. , On the other hand, a fistula is an abnormal tube-like connection or passage between two organs or tissues.

Usually, if you are suffering from an acute anal fissure, your doctor can suggest medications, creams, ointments, and lifestyle &dietary modifications to treat it. So here are the two best ointments that are often used to treat anal fissures.

  • Ointment that contains nitroglycerin like Rectiv
  • Ointment that contains topical anesthetics [lidocain, etc.] like Xylocaine

These can help in increasing the blood flow to the fissure and can promote healing and relieves the pain.

Usually, anal fissures are small tear or cut in the lining of the anus. Acute anal fissure looks like a fresh tear, and chronic anal fissure looks like a deep tear. Chronic anal fissures may have internal or external fleshy growths.

Usually, laser anal fissure surgery is performed as a daycare procedure. Anal fissure doctors may take about 30 minutes to complete the laser anal fissure surgery. But it can change depending on factors like the size of the fissure and severity [depth of cut] of a fissure.

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