Each state sets its own regulations for laser tattoo removal – who can fire a laser, who can delegate the procedure, and who can own the laser device. It is usually the respective state’s medical or licensing board that puts forth the ruling. We have put together a few resources for those exploring United States laser tattoo removal regulations.
Click on the state that you are interested in learning more about their laser tattoo regulations or fill out the contact form on this page to set up a time to speak with someone at Astanza about starting a laser tattoo removal business.
Additional Resources for Starting a Laser Tattoo Removal Business
Here are some additional information and resources for starting a laser tattoo removal business:
Astanza’s representatives are well-versed in laser tattoo removal and have helped clients across the United States (and the world) build laser tattoo removal practices – all it takes is a little bit of research. Starting the research by looking at the competition in your area might be a good start, and Astanza’s experts can help point you in the right direction.
Like any business, a laser tattoo removal clinic may take a bit of legwork in the beginning. However, partnering with the right company will put you in a significantly better place and allow you to become much more profitable, much more quickly.
Rules regarding lasers aren’t always clear, but successful tattoo removal businesses don’t let confusing regulations become obstacles to their success. Typically, though most medical boards don’t have strict requirements, business owners find it in their best interest to keep a physician tied to the clinic as a medical director. In terms of clarifying individual states’ laser regulations, people often discover that there exists a much easier method of discovering information than repeatedly trying to contact the state. The fastest, most accurate method of finding up-to-date laws is through legal counsel that is familiar with the medical laws in your state. Consulting with an attorney on this matter is a simple, relatively short process that is ultimately worth the cost, offering peace of mind and business legitimacy.
For more information about the regulations in your state and how to find them out, contact an Astanza industry expert at (800) 364-9010 or by filling out the form on this page.