Diode lasers are often used in the field of therapeutic treatment for pain relief, wound healing, etc. While carbon dioxide (CO2) laser is often a choice for surgery usage, the latest diode laser technology allows the laser beams to be transmitted through an optical fiber and travel through both rigid or flexible endoscopes, making it capable of obtaining surgical results that is similar to those performed by CO2 lasers. GIGAA LASER has also developed various metal probes to respond to the demands of veterinarians across the globe, allowing to be used in various clinical settings and surgeries, such as soft therapy, abdominal surgery, claw removal and opthalmology.

Benefits of laser surgery:

  • Less bleeding
  • Less pain
  • Less swelling after surgery
  • Quicker recovery from surgery
  • Blood Coagulation in Surrounding Tissues
  • Anti-inflammation
  • Anti-Pain (Analgesic)
  • Accelerated Tissue Repair and Cell Growth
  • Improved Vascular Activity and Metabolic Activity
  • Reduced Fibrous Tissue Formation
  • Improved Nerve Function Immunoregulation
  • Faster Wound Healing


Surgery (and endoscopy)

For surgeries, the laser beams can be used to cut tissues similar to that of scalpel. Using a temperature up to 300 degree celcius, the cells of the treated tissue will undergo a process known as vaporization, where cells will burst and then evaporate with laser treatment. This process is well-controlled using a selection of parameters, such as laser performance, laser beams focus, distance between tissues and reaction time. All of these parameters determine the result of the laser cut. On the other hand, laser treatment have additional benefits as laser beams can stimulates coagulation of the surrounding blood vessels, which helps the treated area to remain free from bleeding.

  • Vaporization cone
  • Carbonized tissue
  • Thermal reversible tissue

Therapy (Acupuncture & ray-treatment)

Laser beams can also be used for laser irradiation when applied in a defocused mode. This helps in the removal of a solid or liquid material. This form of treatment is best for obtaining anti-inflammatory, analgesic and wound healing effects. By doing so, it will greatly minimize the risk and exposure to illnesses, such as inflammations in joint, musculature or sinew and tenosynovitis. The therapeutic benefits of laser treatment includes:

  • Promote wound healings
  • Post-operative measures
  • Pain therapy management
  • Hotspot treatment
  • Arthrosis treatment
  • Strengthening of weak ear cartilages