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Carbon dioxide (CO₂) lasers have become a standard of care in veterinary surgery.
Delivering the ideal wavelength (10.6μm) for all soft tissue surgery, CO₂ lasers provide increased precision and result in reduced hemorrhage, swelling, pain and tissue trauma.
Our veterinary CO₂ laser system is designed to provide the veterinary surgeon with maximum flexibility, user-friendly controllability, resulting in better surgery and quick healing which is good for a wide variety of surgical procedures for dogs, cats, birds, and other animals. Laser surgery can solve many common problems such as tumors, cysts, warts, and infections that may happen around the ears, eyes, skin and mouth.

 • Less Pain - The laser seals nerve endings as it cuts. So the patient will have less pain. 
 • Less Bleeding - The laser seals small blood vessels during surgery and speeds up surgery by minimizing bleeding. 
 • Less Swelling - No physical contact except the invisible laser beam. The tissue will not be crushed.
 • Sterilization - The laser sterilizes the surgical site as it cuts. Bacteria and viruses are vaporized by the laser during laser surgery.
 • Faster Recovery - Less bleeding and swelling will result in faster healing.
 • Precision - The beam direction and power can be controlled precisely to remove thin layers of tissue and produce minimal side effects on the surrounding healthy tissue. 
 • Reduced hospitalization time - All of above factor will greatly reduce the procedure time.

 • Declaws - Scalpel blade or a nail trimmer is the traditional way of declaws, that was painful and time consuming. Laser surgery to declaw will make cats have little pain.
 • Ear Hematoma - One of the CO₂ laser features, selectively and gently going through layers of tissue, makes the CO₂ laser excellent for ear hematoma due to the small opening needed to drain the fluid.
 • Skin Tumor - Laser can completely ablate the small tumors lesion and make pets have less discomfort during the recovering time.
 • Dog Neuter - CO₂ laser can also treat dog neuters due to the advantages of minimal bleeding and less pain.
 • Amputation - The laser is particularly good at amputations. Minimal bleeding during the laser surgery allows the surgery to perform much faster.


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