Ophthalmology Surgeries with the LightScalpel CO2 Laser

The LightScalpel LS-1005 and LS-2010 CO2 Laser Systems are FDA cleared and intended for use in Ophthalmology laser surgery procedures for incision, excision, ablation, and/or vaporization of soft tissue for treatment of:

  • Blepharoplasty (upper, lower)
  • Wrinkles, rhytids, and furrows
  • Laser dermabrasion
  • Syringoma
  • Xanthelasma palpebrarum
  • Trichoepitheliomas
  • Cutaneous papilloma (skin tags)
  • Milia
  • Adenosebaceous hypertrophy or sebaceous hyperplasia
  • Telangiectasias
  • Hemangiomas
  • Surgical scars
  • Acne scars
  • Benign or malignant vascular or avascular eyelid lesions
  • Uneven pigmentation (dyschromia)
  • Superficial pigmented lesions
  • Lentigines

Watch LightScalpel Lasers in Action

Laser Plume Smoke Evacuation
Proper Position of the Smoke Evacuation Suction Nozzle During Laser Surgery
co2 laser surgery benefits
Why is LESS best with the LightScalpel CO2 Laser?
Blepharoplasty Fat Excision Laser Surgery part 2 video
Lower Blepharoplasty (Fat Excision) – Laser Surgery – Part 2
Blepharoplasty Fat Excision Laser Surgery video
Lower Blepharoplasty (Fat Excision) – Laser Surgery – Part 1

Customer Testimonials

testimonial author
... management of orbital fat is faster, safer, and simply better than any other technology… With CO2, my eyelid surgeries go faster; there’s less bleeding; less swelling; it’s cleaner; the infection rate is significantly reduced. The precise CO2 wavelength significantly reduces the risks of scarring and pigmentation, and is a bloodless outpatient procedure in the office.

These are relatively inexpensive, bullet-proof machines. They’re total workhorses... I was extremely happy to find LuxarCare! It’s convenient, with reasonable pricing, excellent service and great turn-around time.

Royce Johnson, MD, FRCSC, Dip. ABO
Associate Clinical Professor University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB, Canada
testimonial author
With a CO2 laser, procedures can be done quickly and precisely. ... The key to it all is the flexible fiber. It gives you so much control. Once you learn how to cut precisely with it - it’s a one-shot deal; you can pull away if you need to coagulate, etc... it’s easy, fast, reliable and consistent.
Bert Bowden, MD, FACS
Huntsville, AL
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