Webinar Recording – Video Cases: CO2 Laser as a Surgical Multi-Tool for Common Procedures

Now is your chance to watch the on-demand webinar “Video Cases: CO2 Laser as a Surgical Multi-Tool for Common Procedures” with Michael Canfield, DVM, DACVD. This webinar was originally recorded on January 30, 2024. During the webinar, Dr. Canfield shares videos and his step-by-step process for using a CO2 surgical laser as a multi-tool to treat many common conditions in his practice. He reviews how using his CO2 surgical laser has enabled him to perform surgeries that result in less pain, reduced bleeding, and faster patient recovery. Attendees will learn about how to perform various incisions, dissections, and ablations in difficult anatomical regions to optimize outcomes and procedural ease.
 
During the webinar, Dr. Canfield shares procedure videos demonstrating how to operate on common conditions, including:
  • Ear Procedures
  • Paw and Interdigital Applications
  • Peri-anal Conditions
  • Peri-ocular Disorders
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    Dr. Canfield graduated from Mississippi State College of Veterinary Medicine and entered the profession as an eager small animal clinician. Dr. Canfield’s interests in dermatology flourished, ultimately leading him to accept an American College of Veterinary Dermatology-approved dermatology residency with Animal Dermatology Clinic located in Tustin, California. Following three years of intense training, Dr. Canfield completed his residency with the Animal Dermatology Clinic and is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology. Dr. Canfield enjoys dermatology, including allergic skin diseases, ear diseases, and endocrinopathies (hormone-related diseases). Additionally, Dr. Canfield enjoys traditional surgery, cryosurgery, laser surgery, and internal medicine.


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