Lumenis Surgical
Ear/Nose/Throat
Ear/Nose/Throat

Delivering Precision &
Control to Delicate & Hard
to Reach Tissue Areas

Lasers have revolutionized the way otolarnygologists approach surgery, enabling highly precise and, often, less invasive treatment of a wide range of ENT applications.

Our extensive line of CO2 lasers, delivery devices and accessories are designed to meet your clinical needs in both the office and hospital setting.

Clinically Proven Benefits of CO2 Lasers for ENT:

  • Quicker recovery times and faster healing than conventional surgery
  • Highest order of surgical precision, compared to non-CO2
    lasers and other surgical modalities
  • Simultaneous small vessel hemostasis for enhanced visualization
    during ablation, vaporization, excision, and incision in soft tissues.
 

 

Expanded Access & Ease-of-Use with FiberLase Flexible CO2 Laser Fiber
  • Higher power transmission through fiber
  • Exceptional fiber durability
  • Enhanced access to small, tight spaces and through rigid/flexible endoscopes
  • Easy setup and operation for support staff
ENT APPLICATIONS
Hypopharynx,
Larynx & Trachea
  High precision and reduced bleeding for treatment of benign and cancerous lesions, swallowing disorders, vocal fold parylisis and motion disorders,adult and juvenile papillomatosis, granuloma, hemangioma (excision), subglottic and tracheal stenosis, and Zenker's diverticulum.
Oral Cavity &
Oropharynx
  High precision with reduced bleeding and ease of access for treatment of leukoplakia, benign and malignant lesions, fibromas, enlarged tonge, enlarged palate, crypic and enlarged tonsils.
Nasal Cavity &
Nasopharynx
  Simplified access with controlled tissue removal and hemostasis of small vessels for treatment of nasal polyps, enlarged turbinates, synechia and choanal atresia.
External, Middle
& Inner Ear
  Precise, safe and often simplified procedures with the CO2 laser for benign and cancerous lesions on the external ear, myringotomy, eustachian tube dysfunction, stapedotomy and revision stapedotomy, cholesteatoma, tympanic atalectasis, revision cochlear implant, acoustic neuroma.
Head & Neck
  Incision, excision, and vaporization of benign and cancerous lesions on subfacial and neck soft tissues.
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