The surgical CO2 laser allows for near bloodless surgical procedures with rapid and uneventful recovery. Flexible fiber CO2 laser surgery can be easily learned by a skilled veterinary surgeon. Advances in beam delivery and handpiece technology make CO2 laser surgery enjoyable as never before.

Aesculight laser products are successfully used for incision, excision, vaporization, ablation, and coagulation of soft-tissue in many veterinary general surgical procedures.

Clinical Applications in General Laser Surgery

Aesculight veterinary surgical lasers are the appropriate tool for performing several general laser surgery procedures including:

  • Amputations
  • Anal sacculectomy
  • Castration
  • Ceruminous adenocarcinoma
  • Chemodectoma
  • Chronic ulcer debridement and sterilization
  • Colorectal tumor debulking or resection
  • Cranial cruciate ligament rupture debridement
  • Cystotomy
  • Deep mass removal
  • Dewclaw removal
  • Everted saccule resection
  • Enterotomy
  • Fibrosarcoma
  • Graft bed preparation-infected wounds
  • Granulation tissue shaving
  • Hemangiopericytoma
  • Hepatic carcinoma – hepatic lobectomy
  • Lipoma & liposarcoma resections
  • Mast cell tumors
  • Operculectomy
  • Penile amputation
  • Perianal fistulas
  • Perianal tumors
  • Perineal urethrostomy stricture revisions
  • Pericardiectomy
  • Rhabdomyoma of flank, spay
  • Subtotal prostatectomy
  • Tendon sheath tumors hemangiopericytoma
  • SCC and infiltrating lipoma
  • Thyroidectomy
  • Toe nail lasing
  • Transitional cell carcinoma of bladder
  • Traumatic wound debridement
  • Tumor bed ablations
  • Tumor/mass removal
  • Urethral prolapse resections
  • Urinary bladder polyps
  • Vital pulpotomy
  • Vaginal fold excision
  • Vaginal tumor excisions – leiomyoma
  • And many more…

WHAT VETERINARIANS SAY

Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers are used in oral surgery for precisely cutting or vaporizing soft tissue with hemostasis... tissue vaporization is more efficient with the CO2 laser than with other lasers... because of the direct absorption of this wavelength by water.

Jan Bellows, DVM
“Laser Use in Veterinary Dentistry”, Vet Clin Small Anim 32 (2002) 673-692., Elsevier Science, (USA)

You know what the problem is with this laser?

The one or two times a year I want to use a scalpel, we cannot find one!

John Schnarr, DVM
Irvington Pet Clinic, Indianapolis, IN

In using Laser we affect a decrease in pain, swelling, and bleeding during surgery. The laser is used in place of a traditional scalpel. It is very useful in almost every procedure, including such procedures as lump removal, oral and skin surgery. We have observed...

North Town Veterinary Hospital
Brampton, ON, Canada

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