Alternative Treatment of Stomatitis in Ball Python with Class IV Laser Therapy

Class IV laser therapy is used extensively in veterinary medicine. It is seen as an effective alternative in reducing pain, inflammation and promoting tissue healing. The applications of therapeutic laser for treatment in various conditions have grown dramatically. This objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of laser therapy for stomatitis in a snake.

This report showed that Class IV laser therapy was safe and effective. It can be considered as an alternative therapeutic method for stomatitis in snakes.

A Comparison of a ball python's stomatitis inflammation before and after treatment

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