A laceration is defined as a tearing or rupturing of soft tissue, such as the…
Dogs may bite in defence of themselves, their territory, or a member of their pack. Mother dogs will fiercely protect their puppies as well. Startling a dog, such as waking one up or a child suddenly approaching from behind, can provoke a dog bite. Whatever the reason for a dog bite, it can be painful and can become infected unless treated promptly and properly.
Accelerating the healing process can be assisted with the use of red and infrared light therapy.
How will light therapy help treat dog bite wounds?
Once a wound has been disinfected and where necessary, stitched by a medical professional, the healing process can be assisted by using the Photizo Skincare. It will help to trigger natural cellular photo-biochemical reactions in the skin and will assist in:
- Stimulating blood flow, which reduces the appearance of bruising
- Cleaning up dead cells
- Increasing microcirculation and formation of new capillaries
- Boosting collagen production
- Reducing inflammation
- Reducing pain
- Improving the appearance of scars.