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Version: doctorVet V2/Plus

Proper Care and Cleaning



The cord is re-enforced both internally and externally for strength and flexibility. That said, at its core is a glass fibre-optic. Take care to keep it free ofk inks and out of harms way of dog's teeth, rolling chairs, and slamming cabinet doors.

doctorVet laser

Keep both sets of vents clean and clear. In a veterinary practice, pet hair and dander are everywhere. At the beginning/end of every day of treatment, use a vacuum or compressed-air can to clean vents.


Any dust/dirty on the lens will inhibit penetration and lead to excess heating of the probe. Regardless of which attachment isu sed, the most distal end is glass covered with a special film. DO NOT use any abrasive materials to clean them.


The screen can be cleaned with a cloth. DO NOT use liquid cleaning agents.


doctorVet laser
  • Always handle with CARE
  • Use a soft damp cloth to clean the surface of the handpiece.
  • Always protect the laser aperture and the connector with their protection cap, when removing the head or the fiber from the laser body for maintenance.
  • DON’T leave the handpiece without a treatment head inserted; this will avoid the deposit of dust.
  • DON’T touch the lens within the treatment heads.
  • DON’T touch the output lens on the fiber.
  • DON’T use sharp instruments for the areas difficult to clean.
  • DON’T use aggressive detergents.
Other Notes
  • Failure to follow these instructions will result in voiding the warranty.
  • WARNING: all cleaning operations must only be conducted with the machine switched off and disconnected from power.