Lasers are used in surgical procedures to cut, vaporise, or coagulate tissue with high precision. This minimises damage to surrounding tissues and minimises recovery times.
Dental treatments commonly involve lasers to remove decayed or diseased tissue and prepare teeth for fillings or other restorative procedures. In addition, lasers are used to treat gum disease and perform oral surgeries.
Eye doctors use lasers for various procedures, such as reshaping the cornea to correct vision problems and treating certain eye conditions.