K-Laser Vet FAQs



How long do the treatments take?

The typical treatment is 4 to 8 minutes, depending on the size of the area being treated.

Does the K-Laser have a warranty?

Yes. We are the only laser company to offer a lifetime warranty on our laser diodes. Also, the CUBE3 carries a two-year warranty on the laser unit against manufacturing defects. And the CUBE4 comes with a three-year warranty. Ask your sales rep for more information.

Can my technical staff use K-Laser?

Technical staff in your practice can do treatment applications, and should get certified to do so. K-Laser provides certification & training through our K-360 portal, as well as providing onsite training. Treatments should be delivered under vet supervision.

How do I implement K-Laser therapy into my office?

We provide extensive product implementation support. Our team will assess your office needs, patient flow, clinical protocols and therapy procedures to integrate K-Laser therapy as easily as possible.

Is there research that supports laser therapy?

More than 2,500 published studies worldwide involving laser therapy, with over 100 double-blind studies published. With over 30 years of laser research there are many different categories; In vitro, in vivo, collagen formation, wound healing, pain reduction, anti-inflammatory, range of motion, antimicrobial, etc... Download our Scientific Report for more specific information.

How do I charge for K-Laser therapy?

Currently, there is no CPT code for laser therapy. K-Laser treatments are a cash modality. We help you with procedures to implement the K-Laser into your practice.

How many K-Laser treatment sessions are necessary?

The measurable effects of K-Laser therapy are cumulative in nature, and usually require multiple treatments. Many times the patient will experience relief immediately after the first treatment. Surgical sites and post dental generally require only one treatment. The number of sessions will depend on the exact diagnosis, age and overall health status of the patient. A good rule of thumb is 3 - 2 - 1 (three the first week, twice the second, once the third). For acute conditions 3 - 3, or ever other day until the condition is resolved.

Click here to download a consolidated collection of scientific papers on laser therapy.