Case Studies

soft tissue oral surgeries by co2 laser

Soft tissue oral surgeries by CO2 laser

By Ray Arza, DVM, and Anya Glazkova, PhD | September 2015

A CO2 laser significantly facilitates oral soft tissue surgery. Because it coagulates blood vessels, the laser creates a clear surgical field. This enables the clinician to make conservative incisions and save time that otherwise would have been spent on hemorrhage management.

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the co2 laser in urogenital surgeries

The CO2 laser in urogenital surgeries

By Daniel M. Core, DVM | May 2015

CO2 laser surgery provides precision incision, control of hemorrhage, diminished collateral injury, decreased swelling and pain, and superior cosmetic results. These attributes are critical in urogenital surgery.

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the utility of carbon dioxide laser in oncological surgery

The utility of carbon dioxide laser in oncological surgery

By F. A. (Tony) Mann, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, Dipl. ACVECC | April 2015

Surgery has multiple roles to play in oncology, including prevention, diagnosis, palliation, and cure, either alone or as an adjunct to other oncological therapies. The carbon dioxide laser can be a handy surgical tool to perform these roles.

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co2 laser excision of a chp

CO2 laser excision of a CHP

By María Suárez, DVM, PhD, CVA and Anya Glazkova, PhD | February 2015

Our laser enabled us to excise the tumor with maximum accuracy. Due to its hemostatic ability it provided excellent visibility of the operating site…

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learn to use co2 laser for repair of oral facial clefts

Learn to use CO2 laser for repair of oral-facial clefts

By William E. Schultz, DVM | January 2015

The CO2 laser allowed for operating in a highly vascular area with virtually no bleeding for this 6-week-old golden retriever. With the degree of cleft involving the premaxilla and the nares, the hemostasis provided by the laser enabled precise incisions and tissue removal.

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how co2 lasers cut coagulate soft tissue

How CO2 lasers cut, coagulate soft tissue

By Peter Vitruk, PhD | December 2014

Find out why Aesculight’s CO2 laser wavelength of 10,600 nm is the best option for the soft tissue where both cutting and hemostasis are achieved photo-thermally (radiantly).

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co2 lasers hit the mark in small places even ferrets

CO2 lasers hit the mark in small places, even ferrets

By Pamela Doskey, DVM | November 2014

Surgical case involving a ferret with numerous neoplastic lesions that were surgically managed using the laser. Aesculight Flexible Waveguide Surgical CO2 lasers help us achieve more precise results with less blood loss, less tissue trauma and therefore less pain and inflammation.

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