“We used the surgeon referred to us located in Wesley Chapel, Florida. We weren’t sure what to expect, but our cats were destroying our furniture. We tried every other means of trying to correct the problem. We decided to have our two cats declawed. Front claws only. The surgery went fantastic! Our cats didn’t skip a beat… they were back to being themselves within a day. There were no ill effects on the cats whatsoever. The declawing worked. The cats were back to normal almost immediately and they have been wonderful ever since. Absolutely a positive experience! We would absolutely recommend the procedure to other pet owners. The recovery time is incredibly fast. The stress on the animal is significantly reduced and when you love your pet, this is extremely important.”
Joanne from Lutz, Florida Continue reading
“No blood, no stitches… it was fantastic! Our dog healed in two weeks completely. What a change from stitches, staples, meds, infection, e-collars, wraps and bandages. We will do laser when possible from now on. Our dog never bothered the (surgical) site. It was painless for all of us!”
Chrissie from West Chester, Pennsylvania
“Our Cocker Spaniel recently underwent laser surgery for an inner ear tumor. All went well and we are so happy with our veterinarian and the procedure. We expected the worst and were surprised at the fast, complete procedure as well as the very reasonable charge.“
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With over 4,000 surgical laser installations at veterinary clinics across North America, there are millions of veterinary laser surgeries performed each year. There are tens of millions of companion pets in the USA and Canada who, thus far, have benefited from the miracles of veterinary laser surgery.
These pages are devoted to some of the testimonials that we have received from many happy pet owners about their pets’ laser surgeries.
“Had laser surgery at Chambers Creek Veterinary… very happy, excellent results and highly recommend laser surgery.” Continue reading
Traumatic wound debridement, toe nail lasing, thyroidectomy, amputations, tumor bed ablations, ceruminous adenocarcinoma, chronic chemodectoma, mast cell tumors, cranial cruciate ligament rupture debridement, granulation tissue shaving, deep mass removal, everted saccule resection, vital pulpotomy, fibrosarcoma, graft bed preparation-infected wounds, hemangiopericytoma, hepatic carcinoma – hepatic lobectomy, lipoma & liposarcoma resections, operculectomy, perianal urethostomy stricture revisions, pericardectomy, rhabdomyxoma of flank, subtotal prostatectomy, tendon sheath tumors, hemangiopericytoma, enterotomy, perianal fistula, tumor/mass removal, colorectal tumor debulking or resection, cystotomy, transitional cell carcinoma of bladder, urethral prolapse resections, urinary bladder polyps, vaginal fold excision, vaginal tumor excisions – leiomyoma, SCC and fibrosarcoma, SCC and infiltrating lipoma, and anal saculectomy. Continue reading
LASER stands for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. A laser is an opto-electronic device that produces a highly concentrated light rays. Laser power may range from milliWatts (in CD-ROM drives and laser pointers) to dozens of Watts (industrial and medical applications) and over trillions of Watts (pulsed lasers in scientific and military applications).
Interaction of laser light with tissue provides a fundamentally different approach to surgery. In laser surgery, a highly focused laser beam can efficiently ablate (either vaporize or chip away) the living tissue. At the same time, it seals (welds) capillaries, small blood vessels, lymphatics, and nerve endings, with significant benefits to both patients and surgeons. Continue reading
The laser is ideal for a wide variety of soft tissue surgical procedures for dogs and cats. We will be able to tell you if your pet’s procedure can benefit from laser surgery once we know more about your pet.
Common procedures include:
Lasers have been successfully used on humans for over 30 years. This knowledge gained in human medicine is beneficial for your pets. Your pet’s health is as important to us as it is to you. We originally purchased our laser surgery equipment for the purpose of assuring the least pain and risk to our patients that are brought in for declawing. We were so pleased with the results that we became the first (and possibly only) clinic in Clark County Washington that uses laser exclusively for all soft tissue surgery. Continue reading