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Best Piles Treatment in Delhi

Dr. Kapil Agrawal is one of the leading and best laser piles doctor in Delhi, India. With an overall experience of 22 years, he is renowned for his expertise in performing all the latest and most effective treatment modalities for piles, including laser surgery, Stapler, and DGHAL surgeries.

He is empanelled with some of the best hospitals offering the best piles treatment of piles. Supported by a top team of medical professionals and nutritionists, Dr Agrawal is dedicated to providing comprehensive care and guidance to prevent recurrences and ensure the best patient outcomes.

What is Piles

When the veins located in the lower rectum or anus become inflamed and swollen, then this condition is known as piles or haemorrhoids. The size and location of these growths can vary depending on the extent of the disease. It is a gradually progressive disease and one of the most common causes of painless bleeding while passing stools.

Internal and external hemorrhoids

Types of Piles:

Depending upon the exact location and severity of piles, it can be graded into

  • External Piles: External piles form under the skin outside the anus. They can cause discomfort, itching, and bleeding, particularly during bowel movements. Their management is entirely different compared to internal piles.
  • Internal Piles: Internal piles originate inside the anal canal. They might protrude out of the anus, especially during bowel movements. Based on their extent of protrusion, internal piles are graded into four types:

Internal piles can prolapse as the disease progress. They can be classified into 4 grades:

  • Grade 1: Only swollen veins or vessels are present, but no prolapse.
  • Grade 2: Prolapse of piles present while passing stools, but piles go inside on their own after passage of stools.
  • Grade 3: Prolapse of piles seen while passing stools, but piles must be reduced with fingers after passing stools.
  • Grade 4: The most advanced stage is when piles have a permanent prolapse.

Understanding the different types of piles is crucial for effective treatment and choosing the correct treatment modality.

Grade 1 prominent vessels but no prolapse Grade 1 Image prominent vessels but no prolapse
Grade 2: hemorrhoids prolapse while passing stools but reduces spontaneously Grade 2 Images: hemorrhoids prolapse while passing stools but reduces spontaneously
Grade 3: hemorrhoids prolapse but can be reduced by manually Grade 3 Images: hemorrhoids prolapse but can be reduced by manually
Grade 4: permanently prolapsed hemorrhoids Grade 4 Images: permanently prolapsed hemorrhoids

Symptoms of Piles

  • One of the most alarming and common symptoms of piles is painless, bright red bleeding from the anus. This bleeding typically occurs during or after bowel movements.
  • As the disease progresses, the veins around the anus become swollen and inflamed, leading to the formation of swelling or lump. This swelling can vary in size and can be painful.
  • The swollen haemorrhoids can cause inflammation or mild infection of the surrounding skin, leading to itching.
  • A small amount of mucus leakage is a less common but notable symptom of piles, often associated with internal haemorrhoids.

Best Laser Piles Surgery in Delhi

Medical or Non-Surgical Treatment for Piles:

At Habilite Clinics, we offer best piles treatment in Delhi and for early stages, we offer non-surgical treatment for piles. This treatment is usually recommended when the symptoms are minimal. The treatment includes dietary modifications, topical cream and suppositories and certain medicines which can control minor bleeding from the piles. The medical or non- surgical treatment can certainly delay the progression of disease but cannot cure the piles. The medicines can take care of minor bleeding, itching and reduction in swelling of piles.

Latest & Painless Treatment for Piles:

Advancements in medical technology have led to the development of advanced, painless procedures for treating piles. These techniques are designed to minimize discomfort and promote quick recovery. Each technique has specific indications, and if used appropriately, they can provide excellent results and minimize the chance of recurrence.

These advanced techniques include:

Laser Surgery for Piles

Laser surgery for piles is an advanced technique that offers a range of benefits due to its precise, minimally invasive nature.

A highly sophisticated laser device delivers focused beams of laser energy to the affected piles or hemorrhoidal mass.

The heat generated by the laser causes the hemorrhoidal tissue to vaporize, effectively removing or reducing the haemorrhoids. Simultaneously, the laser energy seals the blood vessels responsible for bleeding while passing stools.

Laser surgery is mainly indicated for grade II and III haemorrhoids since there is no cutting of tissues involved, and it has almost zero chances of recurrence.

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Advantages of Laser Surgery of Piles

Laser surgery for piles involves less tissue damage due to its high precision, promoting faster healing.

Laser surgery causes minimal discomfort post-surgery as there are no stitches or dressings involved.

Laser surgery is almost bloodless as it seals the bleeding vessels efficiently.

Recovery time is significantly shorter; patients can return to work within three to four days. The chances of infection are almost zero due to its minimally invasive nature.

Laser surgery for piles is often performed on an outpatient basis, meaning patients can go home the same day.

  • Bloodless Procedure
  • No Stitches
  • Painless Procedure
  • Same Day Discharge
  • No Follow up
  • Rapid Recovery

Stapler Surgery for Piles

  • Stapler surgery for piles, or Stapled Haemorrhoidopexy, is a modern and effective treatment option for patients suffering from prolapsed and symptomatic haemorrhoids.
  • It is mainly indicated for Grade III and IV haemorrhoids, which involve a significant prolapse and are symptomatic.
  • It is almost a painless procedure which doesn’t involve any cutting of tissues and doesn’t involve any dressings.
  • The procedure involves using a disposable circular stapling device containing very tiny staples.
  • The device is inserted into the anal canal and is used to excise a circumferential ring of excess haemorrhoid tissue. The tiny staples seal the bleeding vessels and reposition the haemorrhoids to their standard anatomical location.
  • The surgery is associated with minimal pain and bleeding, and patients can expect a return to normal activities within a couple of days.
stapler surgery for piles
stapler surgery piles

DGHAL Surgery for Piles

  • The Doppler-Guided Hemorrhoidal Artery Ligation (DGHAL) and Recto Anal Repair is an advanced and minimally invasive procedure for treating piles.
  • This cutting-edge, painless technique is mainly indicated for patients having bleeding as the primary symptom or having recurrent piles.
  • DGHAL involves using a Doppler probe to locate the blood vessels supplying the haemorrhoids accurately. Once identified, a suture ties off these blood vessels, sealing the bleeding vessels. Additionally, a running suture is employed to pull the prolapsed piles back to their normal position.
  • DGHAL is rated as an extremely safe procedure with minimal chances of any complications. The procedure is associated with quick recovery and early return to work.


Some of the potential complications include:

Sometimes, blood clots form within a haemorrhoid, causing severe pain and swelling. This is known as thrombosed piles.

Chronic blood loss from piles can lead to anaemia, characterized by fatigue and weakness.

Strangulated haemorrhoids is an extremely painful condition which can occur due to loss of blood supply to piles mass. This condition requires urgent surgical intervention.

The best treatment of piles depends upon the grade and stage of piles. While very early stages can be managed with the help of medicines and certain precautions, grades II and III are best managed with the help of laser surgeries.

Grade IV haemorrhoids are usually treated by stapler surgery for piles.

Open surgeries best manage complicated piles or excessively prolapsed piles.

The chances of recurrence after laser surgery for piles are usually 4-5%. However, recurrences can be prevented by using high-quality laser machines, properly indicating the procedure, and avoiding constipation after surgery.

Piles can never be cured with medicines. However, medicines can delay the progression of disease or can help in providing symptomatic relief to the patients for some time. You must always seek the opinion of a specialist surgeon who can advise you on the best course of treatment.

Piles is a slowly progressive disease, and it is always better to treat piles when they are grade II or grade III. This is because these types of piles can be treated with laser, which is almost a painless procedure. If the piles progress to grade IV or develop complications, they may require open surgeries, which are quite painless during the initial days post-surgery.

Laser surgery for piles is known for its quick recovery and minimal discomfort. Patients are typically discharged within 24 hours of the procedure and can resume normal activities within four to five days. Laser surgery doesn't require bed rest or post-operative dressings.

Laser surgery is a highly safe procedure for the management of piles. The excellent quality laser machines are USFDA-approved and do not produce any side effects. However, it would be best if you considered the following facts before opting for the treatment: Experience and Expertise of surgeon Grade and stage of piles Quality of laser machines and fibres.

Does the quality of laser machines affect surgical outcomes? The quality of laser machines significantly affects surgical outcomes. Low-quality laser machines can lead to complications such as thermal burns. Even the likelihood of recurrence or piles returning is much higher than procedures performed with high-quality machines.

Why Habilite Clinics:

Best Hospital for Piles Treatment in Delhi

Habilite Clinics is renowned for being a top-tier and best hospital for piles treatment in New Delhi. The centre is staffed by highly trained and experienced surgeons, physicians, and nutritionists.

Our surgeons are affiliated with state-of-the-art hospitals with cutting-edge laser machines and instruments, ensuring the highest quality treatment.

Habilite Clinics, the best hospital for piles surgery, offers a complete range of advanced, painless procedures.

Our team of highly qualified nutritionists provides customized dietary plans to promote rapid recovery and specialized diets to prevent recurrences.

In partnership with some of the finest hospitals for piles treatment, Habilite Clinics offers cashless insurance facilities and zero-per-cent EMI options for the convenience of our patients.

About Dr. Kapil Agrawal:

Best Laser Piles Surgeon in Delhi

Dr Kapil Agrawal is a highly experienced and internationally trained surgeon. He has treated more than 5,000 piles patients with excellent outcomes. He is well known for performing a complete range of advanced, painless procedures which includes laser surgery for piles, stapler surgery and DGHAL procedures.

He has treated some of the most complex cases with excellent results and complete patient satisfaction.

He is empanelled with some of the top-notch hospitals in Delhi, NCR region. He offers customized treatment for the effective management of piles.

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