Pets affected with a variety of skin and ear conditions can benefit from receiving dermatological laser therapy treatment at VetDERM Clinic.
Our pet dermatology clinic is proud to offer laser surgery as a progressive new option for our clients who want a safe and minimally painful treatment for their pets.
Laser therapy has been used in human healthcare for a long time and is a proven service with many skin and dermatology related applications. More recently, veterinarians have started applying laser surgery as part of pet care. At VetDERM Clinic, we are proud to be on the leading edge of advanced animal care, including laser surgery and laser therapy.
In many cases, laser surgery can be extremely beneficial over traditional surgery. Sometimes, it may be the only reliable surgical option. Our vet dermatology team is happy to discuss whether laser surgery is the best option for your pet.
At VetDERM Clinic, a carbon dioxide (CO2) laser is used to provide precise and versatile healing effects in soft tissue of the skin, which helps treat pet dermatological, nail, ear and lump treatments using this new and fundamentally different approach compared to standard steel surgery.
Laser therapy is provided by our dermatologist using the Aesculight state-of-the-art CO2 Laser. This flexible fibre laser is known for its incredible precision and versatility, bringing to our clients and their pets the most current technology available.
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This form of treatment can be used effectively for several pet skin, nail, ear, and lump conditions, include the following examples:
Your pet could be a potential candidate for receiving this form of treatment if any of the following applies:
In order to determine if your pet is a potential candidate, please consult with our veterinary dermatologist. Laser treatment may be right for your pet and can help resolve discomfort or a new or old skin lesion or mass affecting your pet, either as part of comprehensive dermatological care plan for your pet or as a sole treatment.