Laser surgery is becoming one of the preferred ways to perform a surgical procedure. The laser beam has no radiation and uses a hot beam of light that can cut or vaporize the tissue. The benefit of laser surgery is the accuracy of the laser and the ability to cauterize the blood vessels at the surgical site to minimize any bleeding. The vaporization effect of the laser sterilizes the tissue to minimize the possibility of infection. Moreover, the healing time at the surgical site is much faster compared to conventional surgery. In many cases, laser is used in combination with conventional surgery to achieve optimal results. However, lasers cannot be used to provide surgical correction of any procedures that require bone cutting, such as bunions, hammer and claw toes.
We provide surgical laser treatments for the
• Skin and diabetic ulcers
• Cysts and fibromas
• Varicose and spider veins
• Scars (Keloid, Atrophic, Hyperthropic)
• Pyogenic granulomas
Before any surgical procedure is performed a consultation is needed to determine whether
you are a good candidate for laser surgery.