Cost of Pilonidal Sinus Laser Surgery in Delhi

The cost of pilonidal sinus laser surgery in Delhi can range anywhere from Rs. 45,000 to Rs. 120,000.

  • Lowest price of pilonidal sinus laser surgery in Delhi - Rs 45,000
  • Highest price of pilonidal sinus laser surgery in Delhi - Rs 120,000
  • Average price of pilonidal sinus laser surgery in Delhi - Rs 75,000

The above-mentioned charges for laser pilonidal sinus surgery are not definite or the same at every healthcare unit in the city. The cost is subject to change based on multiple factors including the consultation fee of the doctor, the severity of the condition, the hospitalization charges, the cost of the diagnostic test, and other miscellaneous charges. At Pristyn Care, your total cost of the treatment will additionally depend upon which hospital you undergo your treatment at and the mode of payment.

Best Proctologists for Pilonidal Sinus Treatment at Pristyn Care, Delhi

  1. Dr. Sushant Verma - MBBS, MS (General Surgery), DNB (Surgery), MCLS (Laparoscopy)
    Pilonidal sinus specialist with 16+ years of experience
  2. Dr. Pankaj Sareen - MS (General Surgery), Fellowship in Minimal Access Surgery, MBBS
    Pilonidal sinus Specialist 17+ years of experience
  3. Dr. Vinod Kumar Singh - MBBS, MS - General Surgery
    Pilonidal sinus Specialist with 10+ years of experience
  4. Dr. Deepak Kumar Diwakar - MBBS, MS - General Surgeon
    Pilonidal sinus Specialist with 8+ years of experience
  5. Dr. Eshan Verma - MBBS, MS (General Surgery)
    Pilonidal sinus Specialist with 10+ years of experience
  6. Dr. Paras Kumar Gupta - MBBS, DNB (General Surgery)
    Pilonidal sinus Specialist with 13+ years of experience
  7. Dr. Piyush Sharma - MBBS, MS (General Surgeon)
    Pilonidal sinus Specialist with 9+ years of experience

The above-mentioned surgeons are some of the highly-trusted anorectal surgeons in Delhi. These doctors are trained at treating pilonidal sinus through laser surgery with extremes precision and effectiveness. To undergo pilonidal sinus treatment from any of these anorectal specialists, you can contact Pristyn Care and speak to our medical executives.

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List of Pristyn Care Clinics in Delhi for Pilonidal Sinus Treatment

  1. Pristyn Care - New Age Specialist Clinic, No 142, Avtar Enclave, Choudhary Balbir Singh Marg, Paschim Vihar, Delhi
  2. Pristyn Care - Health First Clinic, Plot 448, 1st Floor, Sector 19, Dwarka, Delhi
  3. Pristyn Care - S-490, Opp. ICICI Bank, Greater Kailash - 1, Delhi
  4. Pristyn Care - Delhi Ortho and Spine Clinic, 215-B, MIG Flats Green Apartments, Rajouri Garden, Delhi
  5. Pristyn Care - Amar Medical Center, E 29, NEAR ICICI BANK, Saket, Delhi
  6. Pristyn Care - Salubrity Clinic, A 2/37, Block A 2, Safdarjung Enclave, Delhi
  7. Pristyn Care - A-4, Sector 19, Dwarka, Delhi

To undergo consultation and treatment for pilonidal sinus in any of these healthcare centers, you can contact the number mentioned on the page or fill the appointment booking form. Our medical coordinators will get back to you at the earliest to know more about your health condition and schedule your appointment with one of the best anorectal surgeons in the city.

Pristyn Care Network Hospitals for Pilonidal Sinus Treatment in Delhi

Here is the list of some of the best hospitals for pilonidal sinus treatment in Delhi associated with Pristyn Care.

  1. Akash Hospital - 90/43, Malviya Nagar Rd, Malviya Nagar, New Delhi - 110017
  2. Eden Hospital - 162, Raja Dhirsen Marg, B Block, East of Kailash, New Delhi - 110065
  3. Saroj Hospital - Bhagawan Mahavir Marg, Near Madhuban Chowk, Block A, Sector 14, Rohini, New Delhi - 110085
  4. Medstar - Outer Ring Rd, Block A, Meera Bagh, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi - 110087
  5. Sehgal Neo Hospital - B-362, 363, 364, Outer Ring Rd, Near to ICICI Bank, Block B, Meera Bagh, Paschim Vihar, New Delhi - 110063
  6. Ayushmaan - Shop No. 12, Plot - 2, Sector 12, Dwarka, New Delhi - 110078
  7. Samar Hospital - Opp. St. Thomas School, Goyal Vihar, Sector 19, Dwarka, New Delhi - 110071
  8. Diyos Hospital - A1/26, adjacent to Green Fields Public School, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi - 110029
  9. Irene Hospital - Block DD, DD-23, Kalkaji, New Delhi - 110019
  10. Jeewan Mala Hospital - 67/1 New Rohtak Road, Guru Gobind Singh Marg, Karol Bagh, New Delhi - 110005
  11. Shivesh Nursing Home - D Block, D-117, near Godavari bakery, Vikaspuri, New Delhi - 110018
  12. SMS Hospital - 15, Gagan Vihar Main Rd, Gagan Vihar, Krishna Nagar, New Delhi - 110051
  13. Triton Hospital - Nehru Enclave, CC - 30 & 31, Block C, Kalkaji, New Delhi - 110019

All the healthcare institutions mentioned above are easily accessible from almost all major localities of Delhi.

Interesting Facts About Pilonidal Sinus

  • A pilonidal sinus affects men more than women and is very common among young adults.
  • Pilonidal cysts may sometimes drain and disappear on their own. Other times, the pilonidal sinus may spread to other areas and become chronic.
  • A recent study conducted in Delhi stated that 11-13 percent of Delhi's population suffers from pilonidal sinus every year.

Open Pilonidal Sinus Surgery vs Laser Pilonidal Sinus Surgery - A Comparison

Specifics Open Surgery Laser Surgery
Duration 45-60 minutes 20-30 minutes
Tissue injury Moderate Minimal
Bleeding Moderate Bloodless
Post-operative pain Moderate Minimal
Safety 4/5 5/5
Post-surgery recovery 2 weeks 5-7 days
Cost Low High

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Facts About Pilonidal Sinus

  • Pilonidal sinus occurs from an infection or inflammation in the cleft of the buttocks.
  • Pilonidal sinus is most prevalent among people who sit for prolonged periods.
  • Pilonidal sinus abscess requires incision and drainage. If the abscess becomes chronic, the wound needs to be treated through the removal of the pilonidal sinus tract.
  • A person with previous skin injury or a family history of pilonidal sinus is at risk of developing pilonidal sinus.
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Can you get cancer from a pilonidal sinus?

Pilonidal sinus occurs when an abnormal channel forms underneath the crease of the buttocks. Pilonidal sinus may cause severe pain and swell in the affected area. Pus and blood leakage from the infected cyst may add to the irritation and discomfort from the pilonidal cyst. The skin affected by pilonidal sinus may get inflamed in the long run. Prolonged skin inflammation due to pilonidal sinus is a major risk factor for skin cancer. Skin cancer arising due to pilonidal sinus is called squamous cell carcinoma.

There is a possibility of pilonidal sinus turning cancerous but the occurrence is a rare complication. According to a study, 69 cases of skin cancer due to pilonidal sinus since 1900 all over the world. According to medical professionals, long-standing pilonidal sinus which is not treated can be a contributing factor to this complication. The only way to prevent pilonidal sinus cancer is to avail the timely surgical treatment of the condition.

Advanced laser surgery for pilonidal sinus is the best way to treat pilonidal sinus and to prevent any further complications from the condition. The modern laser-assisted treatment for pilonidal sinus is minimally invasive. Laser energy is enough to drain the infectious material out of the cyst. The doctors close the cyst off and also remove the entire pit of the pilonidal sinus. It ensures nil chances of recurrence of pilonidal sinus.

What to do after pilonidal sinus surgery?

  • Follow a healthy diet. It is an important part of your recovery after pilonidal sinus surgery.
  • Clean the surgical wound. Replace the dressings from time to time.
  • Take your medicine on time and discontinue any medicines without consulting with your doctor.
  • Use lukewarm water while bathing. This will keep the wound clean and reduce the risk of infections.
  • Do not indulge in sexual intercourse until the wound heals completely. The healing may take 6-8 weeks time.
  • Do not indulge in strenuous physical activities. It may aggravate the pain at the surgical site.
  • A little bleeding is normal after the surgery. But if you experience excessive bleeding, consult with your doctor.

Living with pilonidal sinus? Here's what you can do.

There are a few tips that can make life with pilonidal sinus a little bit easier.

  • Maintain proper hygiene of the area. Make sure you properly clean the area with mild soap. Do not use harsh soaps as they can further irritate the cyst. After washing, wipe the area dry.
  • Do not put pressure on the buttocks. Friction and excessive pressure can push more hair into the skin pits and further aggravate the condition of the pilonidal sinus.
  • Do not sit for prolonged hours. Prolonged sitting allows sweat and other particles to fester in the region that can cause infections in the cyst.
  • Wear loose breathable clothes. Do not wear clothes that are too tight. Such clothes can rub against the cyst and can irritate it.
  • Take sitz baths. Sitz baths and Epsom salt baths work amazingly in draining pus from the infected pilonidal cyst and also promote faster healing of the cyst.

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