10 Critical Questions To Answer Before Buying A Used Medical Laser (Free)


10 Critical Questions To Answer Before Buying A Used Medical Laser (Free)


The insiders guide to buying used cosmetic lasers.

Take advantage of these insider secrets about buying (and selling) used cosmetic lases to make more informed buying decisions. Enter your name and best email below to make sure you don’t get burned.

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The Best Strategy for Buying Medical Lasers

This guide is designed to walk you through the morass of information and help you make more informed, smarter, decisions about how to take advantage of used technology to help your clinic, your patients, and your profits. It will walk you through the logical, common sense steps to identify ethical sellers and to ensure that you’re not being taken advantage of.

The first thing on your to-do list The best solution to keep up with advancing technology is to wait 18-24 months after a new device is introduced before you purchase anything.  When you do buy, never buy NEW.  Always buy used.  This will allow the following benefits:

1.      You will let someone else take the hit on depreciation (It will allow you to save 70-80%)

2.      It allows you to monitor the reception of this technology in the aesthetic industry and go beyond the hype to find out the level of satisfaction of those doctors who have been using the device for the past 18-24 months and review clinical data.  A good way to monitor this is to attend meeting such as the ASLMS and discuss items with other physicians who have the technology at trade shows.

3.      If the device appears to be living up to expectations, then this could potentially be a technology to invest in and you will be much better off than the practices who jumped in early and have lost significant money by overpaying for aesthetic equipment.

If you've decided to buy a used medical laser, you've already made a smart decision. You can get a medical laser that's just as good as a brand-new one without paying for the depreciation that wallops new laser buyers as soon as they fire their first pulse. Even lasers that are less than a year old are 40-50% percent cheaper than brand-new lasers.