Questions to Ask Before Buying a Fractional, Ablative or Minimally Ablative Aesthetic Device

Questions to Ask Before Buying a Fractional, Ablative or Minimally Ablative Aesthetic Device
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Investing in a skin rejuvenation laser enables practitioners to participate in a large and rapidly growing market. The worldwide laser rejuvenation market in 2006 exceeded $4 billion dollars, marking a 21% increase from 2005 and a 747% increase from 1997.

Selecting a device to compete in this market is challenging, with options including ablative devices (CO2 and Erbium), fractional devices (1540 nm, 1440 nm, Erbium and CO2) and a new minimally ablative laser (YSGG). The goal of this book is to educate readers about the many resurfacing technologies available today and the questions to consider before selecting a device.

Topics discussed in this book include laser tissue interaction, clinical expectations, patient downtime per procedure, total patient downtime, procedure costs, patient population size and other financial considerations. Selecting the ideal device to capitalize on this market potential requires consideration of each of these factors.
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