Less Bleeding: As it cuts, the laser seals small blood vessels. This drastic reduction in bleeding enables a number of new surgical procedures that are not practical with conventional scalpel.
Less Pain: The CO2 laser beam seals nerve endings and lymphatics, resulting in less edema and pain. The patient experiences a far more comfortable post-operative recovery.
Reduced risk of infection: It efficiently kills bacteria in its path, producing a sterilizing effect.
Quicker recovery time: Reduced risk of infection, less bleeding, less pain and less swelling often allow the patient a far quicker recovery after the surgery.
Our Veterinarians at Avon Animal Hospital are using laser for “Dog Spay”, “cat Spay”, “Cat neuter”, “dog Neuter”, Mass Removal, Ear Haematoma, Wart Removal, Oral growth Removal, wound debridement, Perianal tumors, Toe Nail Lasing, Vaginal Fold Excision, Chemodectoma Chronic, Mast cell tumors, Cranial cruciate ligament rupture debridement, Granulation tissue shaving, Cystotomy, Deep mass removal, Everted saccule resection, Vital pulpotomy, Fibrosarcoma, Hepatic carcinoma - hepatic lobectomy, Lipoma &Liposarcoma resections, Perianal urethostomy stricture revisions, Tendon sheath tumors hemangiopericytoma, SCC and infiltrating lipoma, Enterotomy, Perianal fistulas, Tumor/mass removal, Urethral prolapse resections, Urinary bladder polyps, Vaginal tumor excisions - leiomyoma, SCC andfibrosarcoma, Anal saculectomy ( Anal Gland surgery)
It helps a lot to surgeons to perform the surgery in less time because of no bleeding Meaning quick surgery and less time is pet is under sedation and quick healing.
Call Avon Animal hospital To book Laser Surgery for you dog and cat, Our veterinarian are providing these services to dogs and cats in Langley, Surrey Area since 2008.
Call us at 604-532-7600
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