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veterinary therapy laser

LUNVET

High Intensity 4 wavelengths LUNVET® Therapy and Surgical Lasers

Today’s mainstream state-of-the-art veterinary
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LUNMED

High Power Laser Therapy Illuminates your Health

State-of-the-art Multi-wavelength Laser Technology for Professional Therapy

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LUNDENT

LunDent new generation of versatile dental laser

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LUNVET

  • 300+ Treatment Protocols

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What is laminitis?
What is laminitis?

Laminitis is a condition characterized by weakness and inflammation of the laminae, the tissues that connect the hoof wall to the coffin bone. This occurs due to interrupted blood flow, leading to structural tearing that supports the coffin bone

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Sharing of Laser Knife Resection of Soft Palate
Sharing of Laser Knife Resection of Soft Palate

The owner said the dog had been snoring, turning purple after exercise, and having difficulty breathing. The affected dog has good mental appetite at home, normal urine and feces, no medical history, want to check, determine the cause. After examination, it was learned that the dog's soft palate was too long, so he decided to perform laser surgery, and the surgical effect was very good.

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Laser Treatment of Acute Paralysis in Bulldog
Laser Treatment of Acute Paralysis in Bulldog

Among all congenital spinal malformations, congenital hemivertebral malformations contribute relatively easily to spinal nerve disease. The half vertebrae are wedge-shaped vertebrae and thus can bend the spine into the angles, such as kyphosis, scoliosis and lordosis. The most common lesion is the middle part of the thoracic vertebra, especially the eighth thoracic vertebra (T8). Severe curvature of the spine, spinal stenosis, spinal instability, and vertebral dislocation or fracture can all cau

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