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Laserase has been carrying out laser procedures for more than 20 years

Why Laserase?

All Laserase treatments are delivered by an appropriately qualified Doctor or Nurse and each Laserase centre comply with the regulations set out by the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001. All safety standards and procedures help to ensure patient and staff well being.
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  • Common Questions
  • Do's and Don'ts
  • Medical Laser Safety
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What do I do if I want to find out more?
Our Clinic offers appointments during normal working hours throughout the week and a limited number of clinics at weekends. Please check with our Clinics what times Clinics are available.
Is laser treatment safe?
There is no published evidence to suggest that the treatment is unsafe. Furthermore, every precaution is taken to ensure the safety of the patient. Patients are required to wear approved protective goggles at all times.
What are the costs likely to be?
This will be discussed at the initial consultation, which Laserase offers entirely free of charge and with no obligation to undergo treatment. Treatment costs will vary between individuals according to the areas being treated.
Does the laser cause scarring?
Although there is a risk of scarring with any laser, in most cases, scarring is not a significant risk in our Clinic. Tattoo removal has become associated with scarring because the first lasers used for tattoo removal were very aggressive and carried a high risk of scarring In addition there are a number of methods currently commercially available which have been found to cause significant scarring. In order to try and reduce the risk, we carry out an assessment to try and identify high-risk clients and can even sometimes suggest ways of improving existing scarring.
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The only significant DO is to opt for an organisation or clinic that provides MEDICAL laser treatments.
There are, however, many DON'TS when considering laser treatment and the Laserase network have probably seen them all.! Please always ensure that the Clinic you are dealing with is fully registered and that the person treating is EXPERIENCED in the treatment they are performing.
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You may not know that the Care Standards Act (2001) requires any Medical or Dental Clinic using laser systems to comply with the Regulations and Standards of:
• Safety and quality: Laser users must always put the client's safety first.
• Information: Laser users must provide clear and accurate information.
• Accountability: There must be an individual who will take responsibility for ensuring that regulations and standards are fulfilled.
• Consistency: A consistent standard of care must be provided.
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