Spot spacing and the ability to program laser power and pulse duration ensure excellent control and precision when applying laser energy. William E. Schultz, DVM, in the article, “Correcting mild entropion with a CO2 laser,” describes the amazing potential for VetScalpel lasers to coagulate the collagen fibers in the epidermis and dermis with the consequent shrinking of the skin, without bleeding or scarring.

VetScalpel laser products are successfully used for incision, excision, vaporization, ablation, and coagulation of soft tissue in many veterinary ophthalmic surgical procedures.

Clinical Applications in Ophthalmology Laser Surgery

VetScalpel veterinary surgical lasers are the appropriate tool for performing a number of ophthalmology laser surgery procedures including:

  • Keratectomy
  • Lacrimal punctotomy for epiphora
  • Mast cell tumors
  • Meibomian gland excision
  • Squamous cell carcinoma removal
  • Scleral corneal mass removal
  • And many more…

WHAT VETERINARIANS SAY

I love it! I would not practice without the darn thing.

Eric Anderson, DVM
Best Friends Veterinary Center, Oak Harbor, WA

With the Aesculight laser, one can change quickly from a cutting mode to ablating mode. Most of the CO2 lasers are designed primarily for cutting. Ablation with these lasers is very tedious and complicated. In dermatology, most of our procedures require wide-field...

David Duclos, DVM
Animal Skin and Allergy Clinic, Lynwood, WA

I have had my laser for ten years, and I could not practice without it... the laser allows me to do many procedures that I would need to refer if I did not have the laser.

Kenneth O’Hanlon, DVM
Frederick Animal Clinic, Frederick, OK

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