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What Is Laser Surgery?

Laser surgery is performed with specialized machinery that produces an intense beam of light energy (the laser), which is then used as a surgical instrument to create incisions. In this type of surgery, the standard scalpel is essentially replaced by this laser beam. The highly concentrated energy and specific wavelengths of the laser beam "vaporizes" cells. Skilled veterinarian surgeons can direct this laser beam to specific tissues with high levels of precision and accuracy.

What Is Laser Therapy?

Laser therapy is the non-invasive use of light energy to create a photochemical reaction in damaged tissue. Deep tissue laser therapy reduces pain, shortens inflammatory cycles and speeds recovery from acute/chronic disease. Using laser therapy can speed up postoperative healing. Light energy delivered in joules works with the body on a cellular level and targets only damaged cells and tissues. This process triggers the release of a chemical called ATP (adenosine triphosphate) within the cellular structure. The production of ATP allows the healing process to begin at the cellular level in the body.

What Are The Main Benefits of Laser Surgery For Your Pets?
  • Reduce bleeding because laser has the ability to cauterize blood vessels. Less bleeding also results in faster recovery times.

  • Reduces pain during recovery as the laser seals nerve endings and reduces post-operative swelling (since tissue is not crushed by metal instruments).

  • Reduces the risk of infection because the laser can effectively destroy bacteria at the surgical site (this also tends to lead to faster recovery and fewer complications).