Veterinary CO2 Laser Products

Aesculight/VetScalpel is the only American-based veterinary CO2 laser manufacturer. We design and build the next generation of surgical lasers that feature higher power, improved beam delivery, new patented laser tube technology and the most advanced control features. Along with the best technology, quality, and reliability, we offer efficient technical support and the best service in the Industry.

The VetScalpel surgical handpiece is scalpel-like and autoclavable, with variable spot sizes and replaceable laser tips. The exclusive design of the VetScalpel  veterinary CO2 laser handpiece allows its ease of use and reach for the surgeon, making it advantageous in a vast variety of soft-tissue veterinary procedures. The handpiece connects to the distal end of the flexible fiber waveguide.

The VetScalpel laser is a third-generation flexible fiber CO2 laser for incision, excision, vaporization, ablation, and coagulation of soft tissue. It is used in veterinary specialties such as small, medium, large and mixed animal practices, dermatology, avian and exotics, etc. It is capable of performing all veterinary laser-appropriate procedures done by veterinarians and specialists.

The first generation flexible fiber veterinary CO2 laser was made by Luxar Corporation in 1991. There are 12,000+ installations across animal and human practices around the world. Many formers Luxar engineers now work for Aesculight/VetScalpel.

The VetScalpel veterinary CO2 laser excels veterinary laser surgery through exclusive design advances:

  • Tipless laser handpieces that make surgery simpler and saves the veterinarian money
  • Customizable control panel that stores your procedure-specific laser settings
  • Improved laser pulsing modalities, for a variety of pulse energies and rates

All VetScalpel veterinary CO2 laser products are designed and manufactured in Bothell, WA, USA (near Seattle).

WHAT VETERINARIANS SAY

Carbon dioxide (CO2) lasers are used in oral surgery for precisely cutting or vaporizing soft tissue with hemostasis... tissue vaporization is more efficient with the CO2 laser than with other lasers... because of the direct absorption of this wavelength by water.

Jan Bellows, DVM
“Laser Use in Veterinary Dentistry”, Vet Clin Small Anim 32 (2002) 673-692., Elsevier Science, (USA)

I have been using my [Luxar] laser for all my surgeries for, I believe, 2 decades.

I had a problem recently and phoned in this morning and talked to Chris. I was so impressed with his cheerful, knowledgeable help that I wanted to let you know. Chris was able to...

The carbon dioxide laser is a very effective tool for treating diseases of the perianal region. The skin of the perianal region is thin and sensitive… the laser offers a “no-touch” method of excising these lesions, which helps to decrease post-operative discomfort...

Bert A. Shelley, DVM, MS
“Use of the Carbon Dioxide Laser for Perianal and Rectal Surgery”, Vet Clin Small Anim 32 (2002) 621-637, Elsevier Science (USA)

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