Lorraine Corriveau, DVM – Experience with Veterinary Laser Surgery

    Dr. Lorraine Corrieau, a veterinarian at the Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, shares her experience using the surgical CO2 laser and how it has transformed the way that she does surgery. The laser has expanded her repertoire of surgical procedures allowing her to perform life-changing surgeries she was not able to without the laser.

    Large-Area Fast Laser Ablations, and Speed-of-the-Scalpel Laser Incisions by VetScalpel CO2 lasers – the highest-powered and most technologically advanced veterinary surgical laser on the market today.

    Lorraine A. Corriveau, DVM, DABVP (canine/ feline), graduated from Purdue College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999 then was in private practice for two years before returning to Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital to teach 4th-year veterinary students primary care in dogs, cats, and exotics. She became a diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in canine/feline general practice in 2016. Dr. Corriveau has been using CO2 lasers for surgeries since 2006. Learn more about Dr. Corriveau.