Mid County Veterinary Hospital and Laser Surgical Center offers LASER cuts.
We are proud to be one of the few hospitals to be able to offer this service at a reasonable price. This option boasts less bleeding, less pain, faster recovery and a cleaner, sharper cut. This technique uses a CO2 laser to make the cut. In doing so, blood vessels and nerve endings are sealed. With the traditional technique, on the other hand, the cut is made with scissors or a blade resulting in significantly more bleeding which can affect the outcome
Regardless of which technique is employed, general anesthesia is used, vitals are monitored during the surgery, and stitches are placed. It is also important to note that aftercare by the care-taker is vital to the outcome of the surgery. This involves the administration of pain medications, keeping the ears clean, and following the doctor’s instructions for follow-up appointments. Also, your pet will be under general anesthesia and vitals will be monitored.
Which breeds are commonly done at your facility? (show photos of different dog breeds)
American Bullies, Cane Corso, Great Danes, Dobermans, Argentinian Dogos, Schnauzers, Min Pins
What to expect