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Lasers were first developed in 1960 for industrial uses like the precise cutting of metals and plastics. During the next 20 years, laser design and engineering were advanced to produce systems with more carefully controlled output parameters – necessary for their growing role in medical care. Today, lasers have revolutionized patient care in dermatology, cosmetic surgery, ophthalmology, ENT, oncology and dentistry, to name just a few. In fact, laser therapy has become the gold standard of care for a wide range of medical therapies and cosmetic conditions.

In the sections linked to below, more specific examples are given of the uses to which lasers have been put in the various medical disciplines,