Fissures are small paper-like cuts or tears in the mucosal lining of the anus. 20 to 35% of India’s population is reported to have an anal fissure. Incidence of the fissure is highly observed in the urban and suburban population [18% vs 12%].

Fissures can make you suffer from pain and bleeding during bowel movements. A few of the comorbidities associated with this anorectal disease are chronic constipation [14.2%], hypothyroidism [14.7%], obesity [13.0%], and solid tumors without metastasis [5.2%]. 

Surgical procedures are highly effective in curing anal fissures, and open surgery and laser surgery are two surgical methods used by doctors to treat anal fissures. But by hearing the word ‘surgery,’ most people tend not to undergo it and think that the surgery would cost them very high that they can’t afford.

Here, you can know how much fissure surgery can cost you and the factors changing the cost of fissure surgery. 

Cost of fissure surgery:

Usually, an anal fissure heals on its own within four [4] to six [6] weeks. However, if not healed on its own, medical or surgical intervention is required.

For mild anal fissures, treatment includes dietary changes [diet containing high fiber], lifestyle changes, stool softeners, and medications like creams, ointments, and tablets. Rarely, suppositories and enemas are used. If none of these are effective against anal fissures, surgical treatments or procedures are recommended.

Open fissure surgery is a traditional way to cure anal fissures but includes several risks and complications.

  • The minimum cost of open fissure surgery in India can start from Rs. 25,000
  • The maximum amount to be paid for open fissure surgery in India can go up to Rs. 1,15,000
  • The average price of open fissure surgery in India can be Rs. 65,000

Laser fissure surgery is one of the latest and safest methods to cure fissures permanently without risk of infection and involves no cuts and scars.

  • The minimum amount to be paid for laser fissure surgery can start from Rs. 35,000
  • The maximum cost of laser fissure surgery in India can go up to Rs. 1,45,000
  • The average charge for laser fissure surgery in India can be Rs. 75,000

But the mentioned cost for open and laser fissure surgery is not the same for every individual and changes from city to city and hospital to hospital.

To have an overall idea about the cost of fissure surgery in different cities of India, check out the below table.

Name of the city Average cost of open fissure surgery Average cost of laser fissure surgery Contact Number
Bangalore Rs. 55,000 Rs. 65,000
Hyderabad Rs. 55,000 Rs. 65,000
Pune Rs. 55,000 Rs. 65,000
Gurgaon Rs. 55,000 Rs. 65,000
Mumbai Rs. 60,000 Rs. 70,000
Delhi Rs. 65,000 Rs. 75,000
Chennai Rs. 50,000 Rs. 60,000
Kolkata Rs. 45,000 Rs. 55,000
Bhubaneswar Rs. 46,800 Rs. 56,800
Patna Rs. 51,000 Rs. 61,000
Chandigarh Rs. 52,000 Rs. 62,000
Jaipur Rs. 45,500 Rs. 55,500
Nagpur Rs. 41,000 Rs. 51,000
Bhopal Rs. 41,500 Rs. 51,500
Lucknow Rs. 50,000 Rs. 50,000
Ahmedabad Rs. 47,000 Rs. 57,000
Faridabad Rs. 49,000 Rs. 59,000
Indore Rs. 51,000 Rs. 61,000
Agra Rs. 52,000 Rs. 62,000
Kanpur Rs. 44,500 Rs. 54,500
Gwalior Rs. 46,500 Rs. 56,500

Ludhiana Rs. 42,000 Rs. 52,000

Kochi Rs. 43,000 Rs. 53,000
Coimbatore Rs. 46,000 Rs. 56,000
Noida Rs. 52,000 Rs. 62,000
Guntur Rs. 35,000 Rs. 45,000

The cost provided in the above table should be used for reference purposes only. Not to be represented as the final or exact price of fissure surgery. Fissure surgery is dependent on several factors and for further queries regarding the same, contact us.

Factors that can change the cost of fissure surgery are:

  • The type and location of the hospital
  • Consultation fee
  • The amount to be paid for anesthesia
  • The severity of anal fissures
  • Type of anal fissures
  • Type of surgery performed
  • Medication cost
  • Price of diagnostic tests

Comparison of laser and open fissure surgery:

After knowing the cost of open and laser fissure surgery, you may find it challenging to decide which surgery is best suitable for you. So to help you out in deciding the surgery, we made a table where you can know details about open and laser fissure surgery.

Open surgery is recommended when the location of the fissure makes the wound closure difficult. Laser fissure surgery is a highly advanced and the latest surgical procedure to cure fissure.

Open fissure surgery Laser fissure surgery
Pain Painful Painless
Cuts and wounds Yes No
Scars Yes No
Bleeding Moderate to severe Very less
Recurrence Yes No
Risk of infection High Very less
Rest after the surgery 1 month 1 week
Diet restrictions Yes No
Recovery Slow [time taking] Quick
Success rate High High

Laser surgery is preferred by most anorectal surgeons, proctologists, and general surgeons to permanently treat fissures because of its benefits.

If you wish to undergo laser fissure surgery at an affordable cost, you can visit us. We provide the best and safest fissure surgery as cost-effective. In addition, we provide several medical services, benefits, and facilities that are not commonly offered by other competitive health care providers. To know more details about fissure surgery and the benefits provided by us, you can contact us.

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I had piles for quite some time and the condition didn’t improve after trying many home remedies. When I consulted Dr. Pankaj, I was stressed after knowing that I needed surgical treatment. Fortunately, the doctor briefed me before the procedure and told me that there won’t be any cuts or stitches as they use laser technology. I trusted my doctor and had the surgery the next day. There were no cuts, stitches, or scars involved in the surgery. Now I am recuperating well and don’t feel any pain during bowel movements thanks to Dr. Pankaj

– Rohit Mehra

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