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Periodontal surgery is improved using CO2 laser

By Noel Berger DVM, MS, DABLS | November 2018

Using a CO2 laser for oral surgery is a revolutionary concept today just as using digital imaging instead of emulsion technology was 20 years ago. It can be difficult to imagine going back to using chemistries to process radiographs, and it may be just as difficult to imagine using cold, hard steel for oral surgery instead of using a CO2 laser for oral surgery!

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Bowenoid in situ carcinoma in cats: CO2 laser treatment

By David D. Duclos, DVM, DACVD | October 2018

Feline bowenoid in situ carcinoma (BISC), also known as multicentric squamous cell carcinoma in situ, is an uncommon premalignant neoplasm histologically similar to Bowen’s disease in humans. BISC lesions are marked by irregular epidermal and follicular hyperplasia with hyperkeratosis and full-thickness epidermal dysplasia.

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Soft tissue laser dentistry science, safety, and education

Soft tissue laser dentistry science, safety, and education

By Noel Berger, DVM, MS; Martin Kaplan, DMD; and Peter Vitruk, PhD | September 2018

By Noel Berger, DVM, MS; Martin Kaplan, DMD; and Peter Vitruk, PhD For The Education Center Originally Published In Veterinary Practice News, September 2018 –Download as a PDF Surgical lasers…

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What a veterinary surgeon needs to know

What a new CO2 laser surgeon needs to know: A graduate’s take

By Cameron Henke, DVM, and Paul Sessa, DVM | August 2018

We all understand that in a veterinary clinic, time is money, and this is where the CO2 laser comes in so handy. The concept of minimizing oozing and bleeding allowing for better visualization of tissue planes and the surgical field has maximized my efficiency as a new surgeon.

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