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CO2 Laser Surgery

What is a Laser?

LASER is the abbreviation for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission Radiation. The amplified light of laser is caused by energizing molecules to emit light at a certain wavelength. The carbon dioxide (CO2) laser is one of the most widely used medical lasers in the world.

How Does the Laser Work?

When CO2 laser is delivered to the soft tissue, the light energy is absorbed by the water existing in the soft tissue. By heating up and vaporizing the water, it separates the tissue. Since the CO2 laser beam can be precisely controlled and the thermal damage can be of 0.1mm beyond the beam, veterinarians can operate precisely in every laser procedure.

What are the Benefits of Laser Surgery?

The advantages of veterinary CO2 laser treatment include:

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