Midmark Animal Health, with its global reputation in veterinary dentistry, has introduced the new VetPro® OptiMax Digital Sensor System, offering veterinarians a more durable and high-quality alternative to the sensors currently on the market that are susceptible to bite damage.
The VetPro® OptiMax is the only veterinary-specific sensor available on the market today that offers unmatched resistance to bite damage—four times more than the standard sensor. The new sensor is available in two sizes to best accommodate patient needs and exam requirements.
The patented, complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology is designed to deliver enhanced image quality, including soft-tissue visualization and crown and root definition while its rounded corners provide easier positioning in tight spaces for better capture of roots.
Purchase of the Vetpro® OptiMax includes free Progeny® Imaging Software and free clinical and technical support.
Veterinary laser therapy has increased in popularity for both surgical procedures and for therapy.
When we first started selling lasers it was rare to sell a therapy hand-piece but now most units are often sold with this as vets and nurses embrace the healing benefits that lasers deliver. The extra income stream is also very welcome and helps pay for the capital outlay faster.
The last decade has seen a huge increase in demand for a wide range of imaging modalities within the veterinary sector. With ultrasound and x-ray still being the most popular within the modern veterinary surgery, advances in the field of computed tomography mean CT scanning is fast catching up as the imaging modality of choice, offering vast amounts of clinical information for an accurate diagnosis.
Award winning MDC Exports - designer and supplier of quality, humane animal handling equipment and care products have added to their collection of trap and basket covers with a new model specifically for use on the Trap Transfer Basket.
The cover combines protection with professional appeal whilst meeting the welfare needs of the cat (or other small animal) during the unavoidable circumstances of trapping, transfer, transportation and release. Manufactured with a tough, weather-tight acrylic canvas, along with sturdy zippers, the cover provides excellent protection against the sun, rain and wind whilst allowing an easy transfer from one trap or basket to another.
Newly established practice Whitstable Bay Vets is the result of many years of dreaming and planning on the part of husband and wife vet team Adam and Vicky Scutt. They designed every aspect of the practice to be welcoming and convenient with impressive fully equipped facilities to provide comprehensive, high-quality care of the highest clinical standard for the pets of Whitstable, Canterbury and the surrounding area of Kent.
Having worked in practices all over Kent, they both knew that they wanted to do things a bit differently – with a smile, a gentle hand and the space and time to do things right. With a handpicked team of friendly and experienced nurses and receptionists to help bring their dream alive they’ve created a practice that’s unique and just a bit special.
Freelance Surgical Limited have been established for over 29 years and pride themselves on providing exceptional customer service and support. To facilitate this, they have invested heavily in the latest state of the art testing equipment and have a specialist biomedical engineer on hand to ensure a wide range of services are available.
Andy Ford, biomedical engineer at Freelance Surgical is trained to the very highest standard with a wealth of experience in the industry. Andy commented, “Our customers can have unprecedented confidence that their equipment is well maintained and through the highest quality service, will produce reliable and accurate results. We not only repair faulty equipment but can prescribe various maintenance programmes to help protect against vital equipment failing. In order to ensure your equipment lasts longer and works to its fullest capability, it’s paramount to have it checked regularly”.