Watch in realtime VetScalpel CO2 laser SuperPulse incisions. These full-thickness incisions are quick and precise with no charring, no bleeding, and no noticeable inflammation.
We are pleased to announce that the 2019 Veterinary Special Issue of the Journal of the American Laser Study Club is now available for no charge, as a download for members (or…
In my practice, I’m often asked by clients if I might get multiple things done in a single procedure. In patients like Winston, who presented for neuter, the opportunity to prevent worsening of both brachycephalic airway syndrome (BAS) and a left third-eyelid gland prolapse should certainly be communicated and encouraged to the client.
We interviewed six Aesculight and VetScalpel CO2 laser veterinarians and asked them what they thought about our surgical lasers. Watch this video and find out what they had to say and see some video clips of our lasers in action.
Listen as VetScalpel laser user Christopher J. Winkler DVM, VMLSO, Dip. ABLS, shares his experience with surgical lasers and touches upon such topics as laser power, ergonomics, and tipless handpieces. Dr. Winkler is a general practice veterinarian and laser surgeon…
“Laser Surgery in Veterinary Medicine” is an essential resource for anyone using surgical lasers in veterinary medicine, including veterinary students, practitioners, and specialists.
Chinese shar pei suffering from stenotic nares as well as a severe bilateral entropion of both upper and lower eyelids and from the very heavy and excessive facial folds on her scalp.
Just released video presentations from the 2018 American Laser Study Club’s Inaugural Symposium. Wonderful opportunity to own presentation video recordings from leading laser veterinarians.
A CO2 laser cauterizes blood vessels up to 0.5 millimeters in diameter as it incises, allowing excellent visualization of the tissues as the surgery proceeds. The precise incision and hemostasis control the laser provides are especially valuable when care must be taken to watch out for and preserve delicate structures.
Christopher Winkler, DVM, will be presenting “Veterinary CO2 Laser Surgery: Case Studies and New Developments”, at the New York Vet, November 9, 2017, from 10:00 am to 10:45 am.
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.