Dr. Christopher Winkler

Lisa McCann, DVM, assists Christopher J. Winkler, DVM, DABLS, during surgery

winkler-mccann letter laser surgery

Lisa McCann, DVM, recently visited Christopher J. Winkler, DVM, DABLS, to have a mass in her dog’s bladder removed via laser surgery. Dr. Winkler welcomed Dr. McCann to assist him during the laser surgery. Dr. McCann was so thrilled with the results and Dr. Winkler’s skills and knowledge, that she wrote Aesculight a letter.

Laser Surgeon – Photo Comic – Christopher Winkler, DVM, DABLS

christopher winkler veterinary laser surgeon funny

Dr. Winkler truly has a passion for laser surgery. Thank you Dr. Winkler for sharing this hilarious graphic!

Use CO2 laser to excise trichoblastoma

trichoblastoma laser excision

By Christopher Winkler, DVM, DABLS   |   August 2016

The laser offered excellent hemostasis, and complete excision went without complication or damage to the underlying vessels. The removal of the mass was expected to be curative.

How New York vet learned to love lasers

how new york vet learned to love lasers

By Anya Glazkova, PhD   |   June 2016

In this interview, Dr. Winkler offers his view of the numerous clinical benefits of laser surgery and shares his journey toward becoming a laser veterinarian.

CO2 laser can excise ear, perianal growths

excise ear perianal growths

By Christopher Winkler, DVM, DABLS   |   January 2016

Simba, an 11-year-old male toy poodle, presented with a history of chronic otitis externa, a growth in the left ear canal, and perianal masses. An Aesculight CO2 laser was used to excise the growths.

Using CO2 lasers in small animal practice


By Christopher Winkler, DVM, DABLS   |   November 2015

I implemented carbon dioxide laser surgery into my practice in 2010 and have never regretted the decision. I find laser surgery to have many advantages.