Part 4: How to Choose the Right Used Laser for your Practice

You may already have an idea of what you want, but it’s important to ask yourself if this machine is a good fit for your practice and your budget. You’ll need to crunch the numbers to work out if the revenue you expect to be able to access with the machine will realistically support your financial outlay.

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How to purchase second hand equipment and avoid the scammers

If you are looking to purchase, it can be difficult deciding between purchasing new or purchasing second hand equipment. Talk to anyone in the industry and they will say how quickly systems depreciate in value, with equipment 2-3 years old being sold for up to 60% off the original purchase price. This opens up the risk of purchasing broken or non-genuine systems, and so it is essential to know how to protect yourself from the dangers of purchasing second hand.

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