Benefits of Gbox; Laser Surgery
Reduced Bleeding:
When making an incision, Gbox laser beam cauterizes and seals blood vessels up to 1mm in diameter. The laser energy facilitates hemostasis and provides the surgeon with a virtually bloodless surgical field.
Reduced Infection:
Gbox laser energy acts as an antimicrobial/anti-bacterial agent by producing high temperatures. As the laser beam penetrates the incision site, the high surface temperature effectively eliminates existing microorganisms, resulting in a sterile surgical environment.
Reduced Pain:
The Gbox laser beam seals nerve endings along with servered nerves as it incises through tissue. This ultimately reduces the amount of pain that an animal feels during and after surgery.
Reduced Swelling:
Physical contact between the laser and the surgical region is never established with Gbox laser technology. The 980nm beam of infrared light penetrates the tissue via the ablation/vaporization of cells and thoroughly seals the lymphatic vessels within the surgical field. Because the crushing, tearing and bruising of tissue associated traditional surgical methods does not occur with laser surgery, there is a decrease in the post-operative inflammation of incisions.

How does a 980nm Diode Surgical Laser work?

GBOX , operating at a wavelength of 980nm in the near infra-red portion of the spectrum, has unsurpassed absorption in water and hemoglobin. It allows controlled ability to coagulate, cut, char, or ablate/vaporize tissue depending on the power density and the energy level applied by the surgeon. The surgeon can control the extent to which the laser beam is absorbed by surrounding tissue, resulting in an extremely precise tissue incision.



The Gbox or the Cheese for snoring laser surgery, it shows clear advantages like the cut precision, the control of the deepness of incision and the marked haemostatic effect etc. Most clients completely stop snoring after the procedure, while other experience a significant improvement in their condition.

What Gbox laser do at the hands of veterinarian?

Small Animal  

· Biopsy
· Bulla Osteotomy
· Ear Canal Ablation
· Epulis Removal
· Gingival Hyperplasia
· Gingivectomy/Plasty
· Laryngeal Granuloma
· Laryngeal Scar Removal
· Laryngeal Web Revision
· Lymphocytic Plasmacytic Stomatitis
· Oral, Ear, Nose & Throat
· Oral Mass Excision
· Osteosarcoma of Palate
· Partial Mandibulectomies
· Partial Maxillectomies
· Proliferative Otitis, Sterilization and Ablation
· Ranulas
· Salivary Gland Removal
· Salivary Mucocoeles
· Soft Palate Resection
· Squamous Cell Carcinoma Removal
· Tonsillectomy


· Conjunctiva Treatment
· Distichia, Ectopic Cilia
· Entropion
· Eyelid Tumor Removal
· Hemangioma Removal
· Mast Cell Tumors
· Squamous Cell Carcinoma Removal

Surgery and General Surgery   (return to top)

· Acral Lick Granuloma Ablation
· Anal Sac Abcessation
· Castration
· Ceruminous Adenocarcinoma
· Chronic Ulcer Debridement and Sterilization
· Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture - Debridement
· Cutaneous Masses - Tags, Inclusion Cysts, Papillomas
· Declaw
· Deep Mass Removal
· Epibulbar Melanoma
· Fibrosarcoma
· Graft Bed Preparation - Infected Wounds
· Granulation Tissue Shaving
· Hemangiopericyoma
· Hemostasis
· Hepatic Carcinoma - Partial Hepatic Lobectomy
· Liposarcoma Resections
· Malignant Melanoma
· Mast Cell Tumors
· Perianal Fistulas
· Perianal Tumors
· Perianal Urethostomy Stricture Revisions
· Pericardectomy
· Rhabdomyxoma of Flank
· Squamous Cell Carcinoma
· Subtotal Prostatectomy
· Tendon Sheath Tumors
· Thyroidectomy
· Transitional Cell Carcinoma of Bladder
· Traumatic Wound Debridement
· Tumor Bed Ablations
· Tumor/Mass Removal
· Urethral Prolapse Resections
· Urinary Bladder Polyps
· Vaginal Tumors - Leiomyoma, SCC and Fibrosarcoma


· Ablation of Penile and Cervical Lesions
· Entrapped Epiglottis Procedure
· Ethmoid Hematoma
· Gutteral Pouch Membrane Ablation

Avian and Exotic  

· Adrenal Gland Removal (Ferret)
· Anal Sack Removal (Skunk, Opossum, Squirrel)
· Avian Pox Lesion Removal
· Bumblefoot
· Canthoplasty for Lid Deformities
· Castration (Iguana, Rat, Rabbit, Monkey, Skunk, Squirrel, Opossum)
· Cesearian Section
· Constricted Toe Syndrome
· Diptheroid Membrane Obstructing Choanal Opening (Vitamin A 
· Eyelid Polyp Removal
· Fibrosarcoma (Avian) Removal
· Granulation Tissue Ablation
· Histiocytoma of Forepaw
· Hysterectomy (Avian, Chinchilla, Rat, Rabbit, Guinea Pig, Monkey)
· Lipoma Removal
· Liver Mass Removal (Ferret)
· Lymph Node Biopsy (Ferret)
· Nasal Polyp Removal (Avian)
· Nephroblastoma
· Papilloma Removal
· Renal Adenocarcinoma
· Skin Incisions
· Stripping of Tendons
· Synovial Cell Sarcoma Removal (Avian)
· Uterine Adenocarcinoma
· Vocal Fold Excision
· Xanthoma Removal


GBOX Diode lasers were commonly used in the field of therapeutic treatment for pain relief, wound healing or the like, while CO2 laser enjoyed the first choice for surgery. Unlike CO2 laser, the diode laser beam is transmitted through an optical fiber. This means that the laser beam can be delivered through rigid or flexible endoscopes. Output power of 15 W covers almost all the procedures for small animals.


Ambulant surgery with GBOX diode lasers has meanwhile achieved acceptance in ENT surgery throughout Europe:  Private ENT clinics, ambulatory surgery centers and ENT surgery teams of larger hospitals clearly appreciate the economic use and do not want to miss out on the minimal invasive, precise and low bleeding treatment with the "laser scalpel".


In ophtalmology the most innovative application of GBOX is the assisted laser dacryocystotomy. This is the surgical removal through optic laser micro fibres of the lachrymal sack, in general for obstruction, inflammation or tumors. 


For patients suffering from post-traumatic pain and inflammation in general, a nearly positive reaction can be immediately achieved by using infrared-emitting lasers at high power. The beneficial effects are numerous, such as: anti-inflammatory, analgesic, regenerative of the connective tissues, improvement in the lymphatic system and phagocytosis. Moreover, it can easily treat (by simply resetting the programm) ulcers, lesions, haematomas, contractures, distortions, osteoarthritis, epicondylitis and tendonitis.


Gbox Lasers have been around for many years and we now have a treatment available for nail fungus that is effective. Quick, painless, and proven technology in the aesthetic industry. Lasers are surgical devices only to be operated by a foot and ankle surgeon. The procedure is only done by our doctor trained in aesthetics and laser treatment. Our doctor is the only podiatrist in the western United States to be certified for aesthetic IPL and laser treatments.
Our office uses a advanced laser that is pulsed, preventing overheating of the treatment area. We use a advanced medical grade laser that does not burn the skin and is only attracted to discoloration in the nails.


Gbox laser is used to stretch the palate (LAUPP) and to reduce the nasal muscular tissues. Corrections of the septum deviation and pharyngeal obstruction are carried out to some extent simultaneously. They lead to an improvement of nasal breathing.


Gigaalaser provide two type laser for varicosities, 980nm with bare fiber and 1470nm with radial fiber. The 980nm has been promoted for 10 years, it can provide good treatment with lower cost.
The 1470nm is newly developed, the main difference is post-operative pain and ecchymosis, the 1470nm provide more comfortable procedure for patients, especially applied with the radial fiber which make laser energy evenly around the vein wall. The patient satisfaction, comfort and acceptability of the procedure are more higher in 1470nm laser..



Due to the intracellular water of the vein wall and the water contend of blood, the 1470nm laser is ideal for venous diseases. VELAS15D offers you the optimum treatment solution in Varicose vein laser ablation


The new Gbox portable surgery diode laser system from GIGAA is the best value on the market today. Small size body case with 15W power, this mini surgery lasersystem has a wavelength of 810nm & 980nm for choice; It can be usaed in the continuous as well as pulsed mode with a contact or non-contact handpiece.