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Country Village Pet Care Hospital

Laser Surgery

has been widely accepted as a higher standard of care in human medicine for over 30 years.  It presents a host of benefits over traditional surgery and in our procedures, we have replaced the use of the scalpel blade entirely.  We have served Buffalo, Genesee County, and Rochester clients with the best for their pet's surgeries

The Benefits of Laser Surgery:

  • Less Pain: The laser seals nerve endings as it cuts, therefore, your pet will experience less pain and be more comfortable during and after surgery.
  • Less Bleeding: Lasers seal small blood vessels during surgery.  Therefore, surgery can be completed faster, which reduces the amount of time your pet is under general anesthesia.
  • Reduced Swelling and Infection: Unlike the scalpel blade, there is never physical contact between the laser and the surgical site.  This eliminates the crushing, tearing, and bruising of tissue associated with traditional surgical methods.  The CO2 Laser energy acts as an antimicrobial/antibacterial agent by producing high temperatures which effectively eliminates microorganisms.
  • Faster Return to Normal Activities: Healing is rapid and there is less post-operative discomfort and a better course of healing.

The need for surgery can be a concern for many pet owners.  Being equipped with a CO2 Surgical Laser, Dr. Will and his health care team can help to put your mind at ease about your pet's surgical procedure, anesthesia, and recovery.

Surgical Laser

Compassionate care

Procedures Indicated for Use:

  • Spays and Neuters
  • Feline Declaws
  • Mass Removals
  • Stenotic Nares
  • Soft Palate Resection
  • Anal Gland Removal
  • Orthopedic Procedures
  • And many more!

Anesthesia

At Country Village Pet Care Hospital, we use only the safest anesthesia available in Veterinary Medicine.  Sevoflorane Gas anesthesia is not an injectable.  It allows us to change the depth of anesthesia to keep your pet safe.  Your pet will be under anesthesia quickly, and sitting up after discontinuation of anesthesia within 5 minutes.

Anesthetic Monitoring

is a crucial part to your pet's safety during any anesthetic procedure.  Our Licensed Veterinary Technicians are trained with use of the latest in anesthetic monitoring equipment.  Blood pressure, heart rate, and oxygen saturation levels can all be monitored during your pets surgery.