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  • Monday - Saturday : 9.00 AM - 01.00 PM
  • Evening : Tuesday & Friday Prior Appointment
  • Sunday : Closed

Services We Provide

Treatment of Piles/Fissure

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Laser Hair Removal

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About Us

Welcome to Goyal piles
and Laser Centre

Goyal Piles Care Centre is one of the most reputed piles Centres in Delhi providing excellent treatment for piles and fissures since 1989 (Over 30 Year of Experience). Dr. Sushil Goyal has set his foot in the medical industry as one of the most respected and trusted piles doctor in Delhi. We are here to provide world class treatment under the guidance of experienced doctors. Those painful days are gone forever. We at our piles and fissure Centre offer specialized treatment facilities with assured success. Goyal Piles Care Centre is one of the most renowned piles and fissure treatment centre in Delhi. The entire treatment procedure followed at our Centre is aimed at fast recovery without pain

  • Experienced & Well Qualified Doctor.
  • Neat & Hygienic Atmosphere.
  • Patient Friendly Staff & Doctor.
  • Economical as Compare to Surgery.
  • Paralizaion of International Standard
  • Safe and Effective Method
  • High Sucess Rate
  • Higer Patient Comfort we Follow
  • Walk in Walk Out Concept
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Totally Painless Procedure

No Pain, No Anesthesia, No Blood Loss, No Bed Rest, Join Duty Immediately

Centre in Fully Equipped

With Machines of International Brand

Treatment By Well Qualified Doctors

Highly Experienced Doctor Over 30 Year of Experience

High Success Rate

Very high success rate with IRC

Neat & Clean Ambience

We Follow a walk in walkout Concept

1000's of Happy Patient

At National & International Level

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Piles Treatment Services - Goyal Piles Centre

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IRC : Infrared Coagulation

Infrared coagulation is a new non surgical treatment technique that has revolutionized the treatment of symptomatic internal haemorrhoids. Much like a laser, this device focuses infrared light on haemorrhoid tissues, coagulating them. In the same way that blocking a stream will dry up a lake, IRC coagulates the "feeder veins" that deliver blood to the haemorrhoids.

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What is Infrared Coagulation?

Infrared coagulation (IRC) has quickly become the most widely used office treatment for haemorrhoids and is preferred over other methods because it is fast, well-tolerated by patients, and virtually problem-free. A small probe contacts the area above the haemorrhoid, exposing the tissue to a burst of infrared light. This coagulates the veins above the causing it to shrink and recede.

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How is IRC done?

This technique could not be simpler. There is no laxative preparation or need for fasting before this procedure. You don't need a driver to accompany you. You will be asked to lie on your left side on the padded exam table. After examining the rectum with a lubricated glove, the doctor will insert a short plastic scope called an anoscope.

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Is IRC painful?

The patient may feel a sensation of heat very briefly, but since the treatment is done in an area which lacks pain fibers, it is generally not painful. Therefore anaesthetic is usually not required.

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How many visits are required?

Each treatment takes about 5 - 15 minutes and most patient require 2 – 3 visit for treatment, 1 – 2 week apart to destroy all of the "feeder" veins. Over time, this causes the haemorrhoids to shrink and, in many cases, disappear completely.

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