Continence? Yes, please! - Preservation of the sphincter muscle in anal fistulaelaser therapy
Diagnosis anal fistula. Many sufferers are afraid of the possible consequences of an operation. The decisive factor for maintaining continence is that the anal sphincter muscle is not severed when the fistula is removed.
biolitec® - as the world's leading company in the field of laser applications - has done pioneering work and developed and successfully introduced the minimally invasive FiLaC® laser therapy as a measure for the gentle removal of anal fistulas. Proctologists already offer the laser procedure to enable their patients to receive the best and most modern treatment.
FiLaC® laser therapy precisely destroys the fistula tract without damaging the surrounding tissue. The sphincter muscle is spared and incontinence as a result of the procedure is counteracted. The laser probe used is particularly flexible and can be used regardless of the size of the fistula and the length of the fistula duct.