We know - it just sounds bad, doesn’t it? But hemorrhoids are no party, either. And for persistent internal hemorrhoids, this newer approach is often a welcome source of relief.
The process goes like this. First, our specialists perform an assessment to determine if banding makes sense, or if medication is a better approach.
If banding is the option that makes the most sense for you, it’s performed as a quick, simple outpatient procedure that doesn’t even require a sedative.
A specially designed instrument is used by our physician to place a tiny band around the base of each growth. This causes each one to naturally slough off on its own. No additional treatment is required.