We provide many surgical services with laser surgery at our hospital including routine spay, neuters, and soft-tissue surgeries. Common orthopedic surgeries can be done at our hospital by a board certified veterinary surgeon.
The Benefits of Laser Surgery
- Minimized Bleeding: As it cuts, the laser beam seals small blood vessels
- Better visualization of the surgical site allows the veterinarian to;
- Cut more precisely
- Some procedures do not require sutures
- Shorten procedure time therefore reducing the risks of anesthesia
- Better esthetic result
- Less Pain: The CO2 laser beam seals nerve endings and lymphatics, resulting in less post-operative swelling and pain. The patient experiences a far more comfortable post-operative recovery
- Reduced risk of infection- It efficiently destroys bacteria in its path (sanitizing effect).
- CO2 laser surgery is performed in a non-contact mode â the laser tip does not touch the target tissue during surgery, which minimizes risk of infection even more
- Faster recovery time: Reduced risk of infection, less bleeding, pain and swelling, less time under anesthesia
- Often allows the patient a speedy recovery after the surgery and pets walk, eat, drink, or play much sooner than after conventional scalpel surgery.
- Advanced accessories mean better results
- Flexible fiber waveguide,
- Lightweight ergonomic hand-pieces, the freedom of movement and no arm/hand fatigue for the veterinarian during operation also ensures more precise and efficient surgery and better clinical outcome
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