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Vascular lesions affect a vast number of patients in Australia

If your market is anything like the rest of the country, it’s likely that many of your current and potential patients have some form of vascular imperfection.

An estimated 1 in 10
people have rosacea1

200,000+
laser treatments of leg veins performed in 2017

Up to 80%
of women will have some form of venous disease by age 806

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    Fine Lines Cosmetic Center
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    Cyrus Chess, MD
elōs Plus

elōs Plus 

Nordlys

Nordlys

Picoway

Picoway

Vbeam Prima

Vbeam Prima

TOP CONSIDERATIONS

Ask these vital questions before you invest in any device.

Will the device yield a strong return on your investment by:

  • Delivering consistent, superior performance? 
  • Enabling you to treat a broad range of skin types? 
  • Offering treatment versatility across many different types of vascular lesions, as well as numerous non-vascular indications? 
  • Maximising the number of spot sizes you can treat? 
  • Providing a comfortable treatment for your patients? 
  • Enhancing productivity with a user-friendly, intuitive interface?
TOP CONSIDERATIONS

Ask these vital questions before you invest in any device.

 

Can you count on the manufacturer to:

  • Provide a highly recognised brand that will enhance your practice?
  • Demonstrate a track record of proven science, real results, and well-earned trust?
  • Deliver outstanding service and support by highly trained technicians?
  • Be your constant source for innovative, gold standard solutions? 
  • Help you stay ahead of the latest technology and industry thought leadership? 
  • Furnish robust, effective, on-site clinical training?
  • Supply patient-friendly marketing materials to help your practice grow?
  • Be there for you as your trusted partner, now and in the future?

Can laser vein treatments lift your practice’s revenues?

  1. National Rosacea Society website. Available at: https://www.rosacea.org/patients/index.php. 
  2. Baby Center website. Available at: https://www.babycenter.com/0_birthmarks_75.bc. 
  3. Informed Health Online. Varicose veins: overview. Cologne, Germany: Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care (IQWiG); 2008 Feb 20 [Updated 2016 Jul 13]. Available at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK279247/. 
  4. American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), 2017 plastic surgery statistics report. Available at: https://www.plasticsurgery.org/documents/News/Statistics/2017/plastic-surgery-statistics-full-report-2017.pdf. 
  5. Office on Women’s Health. Varicose veins and spider veins. Available at: https://www.womenshealth.gov/a-z-topics/varicose-veins-and-spider-veins. 
  6. American Society for Dermatologic Surgery. Spider veins. Available at: https://www.asds.net/Skin-Experts/Skin-Conditions/Spider-Veins.