It’s Minimally Invasive LASER NEUTER Time !

When it comes to neutering our furry best friends the goal is to provide a short anesthetic time & quick recovery !

@drboazman reveals the LATEST in SURGICAL LASER TECHNOLOGY in VET MED !

Our High Power 45 Watt CO2 Laser allows for faster cutting, shorter anesthesia time, less tissue trauma, less pain, & a quicker recovery !

What is SuperPulse Laser Magic ?
It stops collateral thermal damage to the surrounding tissue = a quick & minimally invasive incision! The tissue is exposed to less laser light which reduces tissue trauma!

How do we achieve a BLOODLESS incision ?
By contraction of collagen on the endothelial wall of blood vessel !

How does Laser magic wand REDUCE PAIN ?
By sealing nerve endings !

How does Laser magic wand REDUCE SWELLING ?
By sealing lymphatics !

Laser is so precise it can selectively remove a few tissue cells at a time. It is also powerful enough to de-bulk entire tumors. It is used to make unique bloodless laser incisions, as well as “erase” unhealthy tissue without excessive loss of drop of blood unavoidable in conventional scalpel surgery.

Minimized Drop of Blood: Laser seals small blood vessels. Reduced bleeding enables new procedures which are not practical or even possible with a scalpel, ie: tumors & lesions in the throat, Nose & Lips , Eye surgery, & nasal hyperkeratosis treatment. In addition, some procedures do not require sutures

Excellent visibility provides another huge advantage of laser surgery! This allows us to complete the surgery faster. Short procedures reduce the anesthesia risks. Better visibility also ensures better esthetic result.

Less Pain: The laser beam seals nerve endings & lymphatics, resulting in less post-op swelling & pain. Pets experience a more comfortable post-op recovery.

Reduced risk of infection: Sanitizing effect is one of the unique features of the laser beam. It efficiently destroys microbe in its path (sanitizing effect). Laser surgery is performed in a non-contact mode, the laser tip doesn’t touch the tissue during surgery, which minimizes risk of infection.