The Scoop on Energy-based Devices

Posted By American Med Spa Association, Tuesday, April 16, 2019

When Michael H. Gold, M.D., medical director of Gold Skin Care and the Tennessee Clinical Research Center in Nashville, Tenn., talks about what’s new in energy-based devices for the aesthetic practice, he underscores evolution.
According to Dr. Gold, some companies are focused on giving their hair removal devices a facelift. “The 800 nm to 810 nm diodes have always been popular, but today they’re more powerful and more expensive, and targeted to the spa environment where there’s no physician base,” Dr. Gold said.
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