Laser has good pointing, high monochromaticity, clear, accuracy, high-efficiency, strong resistance to light and electric interference. Because the laser beam is so small and precise, it allows health care providers to safely treat tissue without injuring the surrounding area. they are often used to very precise surgical work or for cutting through tissue (in place of a scalpel).
Lasers are used in many types of surgical procedures. Some examples include:
1) Cosmetic surgery (to remove tattoos, scars, stretch marks, sunspots, wrinkles, birthmarks, spider veins or hair).
2) Refractive eye surgery (to reshape the cornea in order to correct or improve vision as in LASIK or PRK).
3) Dental procedures (such as endodontic/periodontic procedures, tooth whitening, and oral surgery).
4) General surgery (such as tumor removal, cataract removal, breast surgery, plastic surgery and most other surgical procedures).
With proper use, lasers allow the surgeon to accomplish more complex tasks, reduce blood loss, decrease postoperative discomfort, reduce the chance of wound infection, and achieve better wound healing.
As with any type of surgery, laser surgery has potential risks. Risks of laser surgery include incomplete treatment of the problem, pain, infection, bleeding, scarring, and skin color changes.
Laser surgery uses non-ionizing radiation, so it does not have the same long-term risks as x-rays or other types of ionizing radiation.
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