Laser surgery can be beneficial for any type of
surgical procedure, examples include:
Oral & Dental lesions
Eye and eyelid lesions
Soft palate resection
Any Equine surgery
The laser does several things to provide better surgical
technique and outcome for your pet's surgery:
1. Less Pain
The laser seals nerve endings as it
"cuts". As a result, your pet will experience less pain and be more
2. Less Bleeding
The Laser seals small blood vessels
during surgery. This makes procedures faster and helps visualize
the surgical area better, therefore reducing
3. Less Swelling
Laser energy does not crush, tear,
or bruise tissue because the only thing that touches your pet is an
invisible beam of light. It also seals lymphatic vessels which
decreases swelling after surgery.
4. Less Trauma
Lasers cut with a beam of light
without touching the tissues. This eliminates much of the trauma
associated with standard techniques.
5. More Precise
Lasers allow the surgeon to be able
to perform surgery with more precision.
6. Faster Recovery
Lasers will speed up the recovery
time of almost any surgical procedure. Pets generally recover
faster with fewer side effects. Less pain, less bleeding, &
less swelling help speed recovery & shorten a hospital
7. Less Infection
There is a reduced risk of infection
because the Laser seals the skin and reduces the amount of bacteria
present. It also removes unhealthy tissue while minimizing adverse
effects to healthy surrounding tissue.
What does this mean for my pet?
It means that
you can be guilt free about your pet having surgery. You want your
pet to be comfortable and heal quickly - that's what Laser surgery
Laser is not a
fancy gadget that you can't afford. . .
Rather, it is a technological advancement so remarkable that you
cannot afford not to consider it!
It is the kind of care that you would
want for yourself...
and the care that your best friend deserves!
For more information, visit Accuvet Laser