Botox Injection for Anal Fissures

Botox Injection for Anal Fissures

Are you suffering from the pain and discomfort of anal fissures?

Anal fissures can be a source of significant distress, and sometimes conventional treatments such as lifestyle changes or ointments are unable resolve your symptoms. However, there's a solution that brings lasting relief without the need for invasive surgery. Introducing Botox injections for the treatment of anal fissures – a safe, effective, and minimally invasive option to alleviate your discomfort. 

Why Choose Botox for Anal Fissures?

Quick and Effective Relief: Botox injections work by relaxing the anal sphincter muscles, reducing spasms, and promoting healing. Many patients experience significant pain relief within days.

Non-Surgical Solution: Avoid the risks and recovery time associated with surgery. Botox injections are a simple, outpatient procedure with minimal downtime.

Proven Results: Clinical studies have shown that Botox injections can be highly effective in healing chronic anal fissures, offering long-term relief for many patients.

Minimal Side Effects: Botox is well-tolerated with a low risk of complications, making it a safe choice for most individuals.

Minimal Side Effects: Botox is well-tolerated with a low risk of complications, making it a safe choice for most individuals.

Convenient and Quick: The procedure is performed in our clinic and typically takes only a few minutes. You'll be back to your daily activities in no time.

What to Expect During the Process

Our specialists will discuss your symptoms and medical history to determine if Botox is the right treatment for you. If they decide that the treatment is appropriate for your case, we’ll write a prescription for your botox and book an appointment for you to come back to receive the injection. During the injection, the Botox is administered directly into the anal sphincter muscle, a process that takes just a few minutes. You may experience mild discomfort at the injection site, but this typically resolves quickly. Most patients resume normal activities immediately after the procedure

Some rare side effects of botox injections include:
Temporary flatus incontinence (you’ll have a little more gas) - 10%
Temporary stool incontinence (you may need to wear diapers for a bit) - 5%
Perianal hematoma - rare
Perianal abscess - rare
Perianal thrombosis - rare

Please Note: The Botox Injection is NOT covered by OHIP, but the consultation is.

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