MLS was formed in response to overwhelming customer demand for reliable, consistent repair of articulated arms, medical beam delivery components and a source of in-stock spare parts. Although most laser delivery systems are designed and built for trouble-free operation, there is still the occasional need for repair, maintenance or even total replacement.
With the phenomenal growth of medical laser procedures in the past few years, many end users have witnessed increased demands on the company that sold them their laser system. This has resulted in slower service turnaround and replacement part shipments. MLS recognized the need to assist with after-the-sale support for one of the most critical components of the beam delivery system – the articulated arm as well as handpieces, micromanipulators, endoscope couplers, scanners and other accessories. We stock over 3,000 optics and thousands of arm parts for rapid turnaround – usually within 24-48 hours.
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