LASER INFORMATION

Medical Lasers

When the first official laser (Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation) came on the scene in 1960, for many scientists and physicians, it was long overdue. There were those who shook their heads and wondered what the world was coming to. But there were also those who saw how it could be helpful to millions of people who suffered from skin disorders, cancer, internal surgical needs, and many others disorders.

By the 1980s, medical lasers took hold as physicians began to see the broad range of possibilities. Lasers for ophthalmic use as well as laparoscopic surgery were successfully being used for procedures that had previously taken much longer and carried higher risks. Non-invasive procedures such as hair removal have become common place as laser use has become more popular, available, and less expensive.

Lasers have enabled physicians to focus on a particular area of the body, leaving proximal areas untouched. This is one of the advantages to using lasers on port wine stains and other areas on the face. Lasers are proven to be beneficial in eradication of many cancers, alleviating unnecessary deviation to delicate surrounding tissue.

From surgical procedures to cosmetic enhancement to dental work, lasers continue to be a valuable tool in the medical field. The Laser Network, L.L.C., will put you in touch with a quality laser to fit the needs of your practice. Convenient financing is available online, as is our virtual inventory. If you are interested in learning more about how you can obtain a laser from The Laser Network, please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com Please check back with our website for periodic updates.


 

Candela Lasers

There are a wide variety of available lasers used to perform a multitude of different functions, including laser eye surgery, skin resurfacing, and even dental care. While the list of manufacturers is extensive, we are available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about choosing the right laser for your practice. The Laser Network, LLC, will act as the liaison between you and the seller of the medical laser that best suits your needs.

Candela Corporation was a pioneer in the laser industry, being one of the first to perform cutaneous laser therapy. Their treatment of hemangiomas and leg telangiectasia was ground-breaking. They instigated a premiere use of lasers for children as well as the first Q-switched Alexandrite laser for safe use on tattoos. One of the newest innovations in the Candela lineup is the GentleLASE Plus for removal of unwanted hair. This long-pulsing alexanderite laser operates with a gentle mist of cryogen, protecting the skin during hair removal.

As lifestyles continue to change, the public will continue to find more uses for lasers, including the ever-popular field of cosmetic enhancement. Candela lasers are right there to keep up with the demand for affordable and safe laser treatments. If you have a Candela laser that you would like to sell, we can put you in touch with a buyer at no cost to you. We also offer a convenient online application for financing.

In addition to selling lasers, we offer classes and guidance in types of lasers and their uses, as well as training for the specific laser you choose. Our qualified staff has over 20 years of experience working in the laser field. Please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com if you would like to discuss the needs of your office. Please feel free to browse The Laser Network website for new information.



If you have a little time you can list your system and see if you can get a higher price which can be put towards that new system.

The best analogy here is the automobile market. If you take your car into a dealer for a trade in against a newer model that value is usually substantially below what you could sell it on your own for.
 

Cynosure Lasers

In recent years, Cynosure lasers have become well known for their use at world class spas around the globe. Due largely to their multi-functional laser, the Apogee Elite, Cynosure has earned wide acclaim in the beauty and spa industries. Treatments in this genre are now available that not long ago were inaccessible because of exorbitant pricing and lack of proper training in qualified facilities.

The luxury and convenience of the Apogee Elite is that it is two lasers in one, for use on different skin types and levels of need. Its wavelengths are best suited for hair removal, pigmented lesions, telangiectasias of the face and legs, and for treating sun-damaged skin. The Apogee Elite allows you to select the optimal speed for the prescribed procedure and choice of pulse duration is also an option.

The Laser Network, LLC, has a database of manufactures from which to choose the medical laser to suit your needs. When you fill out our application, we ask for the intended use, as this allows us to better match your need with the correct laser. By telling us if you will be performing laser therapy on vascular lesions, pigmentation lesions, or ablated skin resurfacing, you will enable us to more quickly find a suitable match in our database.

We are able to offer you the best options available via our website in that we don't keep a warehouse of inventory. Each laser is housed at the seller's office until ready to ship to the buyer. This helps to minimize our price to you. If you would like to discuss whether a Cynosure laser might be right for you, please call us at 866-597-6895, or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Don't forget to check in periodically, as our website is updated when new products become available.


 

Coherent Lasers

Coherent made a name for itself with the creation of the UltraPulse 5000C CO2 laser. Number one in medical as well as aesthetic lasers, this model was the predecessor for all other lasers in the field of aesthetic medicine. Not only does the UltraPulse 5000C destroy unwanted tissue, it aids in the regeneration of new skin. The UltraPulse was also instrumental in perfecting the process of skin resurfacing and removal of wrinkles.

The degree to which this CO2 laser pulses has great bearing on the amount of tissue that is damaged due to heat. Specially adapted handpieces are designed to deliver the laser to the selected areas, removing layers of skin only from the prescribed regions. This process has proven successful in the treatment of acne and other facial imperfections, as well as gynecological procedures.

The Laser Network has access to a full line of CO2 lasers. Ironically, one of the earliest forms of laser therapy has become one of the most variable in its uses. The pulsing action of CO2 surgery can be used to help patients stop snoring. These lasers are also widely used on brain tumors or other growths that cannot tolerate being physically touched or moved.

While laser surgery is making some forms of traditional therapy obsolete, it is imperative that strict guidelines be adhered to. To find out more about Coherent lasers or any of the other lasers we offer, please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Feel free to check out our website periodically for any updates.


 

Lumenis Lasers

Lumenis, holder of the patent for IPL (intense pulse light) technology, revolutionized medical laser surgery with the Lumenis One. Parameters can be pre-set or customized for each patient and treatment records can be obtained within seconds from the accessible database. In addition to the Lumenis One, the VascuLight and Quantum series are very popular lasers with dermatologists.

The VascuLight allows blood vessels up to 5mm in diameter to be eradicated, regardless of depth. Database statistics can be printed out for up-to-the-minute patient information. The IPL Quantum DL incorporates the simplicity of Lumenis with the quality of Multiple Synchronized Pulsing technology that works best on leg veins, large telangiectasias, and hemangiomas.

Using Lumenis lasers makes it possible to heat blood vessels at different depths simultaneously, without disturbing nearby tissue unnecessarily. This same technique, when used in hair removal with the ChillTip, makes it possible to kill the hair follicle but not damage the skin. This diode laser process differs from other hair removal laser treatments in that the ChillTip saves the proximal skin from needless harm.

The Lumenis LightSheer Diode Laser is often the preferred choice for working with different skin colors as well as for hair removal. People with darker complexions or tanned skin need to have the pulse levels adjusted to a lower setting. The LightSheer is also used for treating leg veins with great success. Multiple usage alternatives are beneficial to physicians and patients.

In addition to medical uses, Lumenis products are a popular choice for tattoo removal. To find out more about Lumenis lasers or any of our training, please call us at 866-597-6895, or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Our website is updated periodically with new products.


 

Palomar Lasers

One of the deciding factors in your choice of a medical laser or IPL might be how versatile the system can be. The creative modular design of Palomar lasers allows you to create the exact system you want. It lets you conveniently change hand pieces, depending on the necessary treatment.

Palomar lasers and IPLs have proven successful in treating vascular lesions, acne, wrinkle reduction, hair removal, and more. The Palomar line of IPL (Intense Pulse Light) products has been praised for its quality of design as well as multiple uses. The EsteLux model, in particular, was a pioneer in the one system for multi-use approach. The ability to simply change a handpiece for the treatment of a specific condition rather than needing multiple laser/IPLs to do the same thing was a revolutionary change for the laser industry.

The introduction of the MediLux was to allow the practitioner to treat using even more power than the EsteLux. Among many of the capabilities of the MediLux one was the capability to destroy melanocytes and melanosome-containing epidermal keratinocytes because of its power it could generate. The skin being treated forms a crust and naturally falls away in a couple of weeks. Pigmented skin has shown excellent results with the MediLux laser. Known for their innovative pulse features and advanced engineering techniques, Palomar systems can outperform most of their competitor's systems.

The StarLux is perhaps the most capable of the Palomar IPLs. The StarLux with its special contact cooling handpiece keeps the temperature of the skin low, thereby providing more comfort for the patient. The system's energy is emitted in a smooth pulse form rather than short bursts. With the smooth delivery, there is less of a chance for damage to surrounding areas. If you are interested in learning more about how you can obtain a laser or IPL from The Laser Network, please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Please check back with our website for periodic updates.


 

Syneron Lasers

Syneron lasers and IPLs (Intense Pulse light) have updated the way traditional lasers and IPLs work together with their revolutionary Polaris system. Syneron combines IPL and RF (radio frequency) technology to be used to tighten the skin while the laser or IPL is used to simulate collagen. This blend of treatments is called Elos technology. The result of such a merger is fresher, younger looking skin.

The Polaris system is especially successful in wrinkle treatment at both the epidermal and deeper levels simultaneously. The system uses the lowest levels of energy possible to ensure patient safety while achieving the desired results. Dermatologists and surgeons around the globe use the Polaris for ease of treatment and patient satisfaction.

Another model in the Syneron line is the Galaxy. This system is particularly beneficial for acne and hair removal, as well as many other applications. Many patients prefer the technology of the Galaxy for its comfort and effectiveness. It can be used on all hair and skin types with the same degree of success. Syneron reports that it is the only system that can successfully remove white or gray hair on all skin shades. They also claim that marked results are visible after just one procedure.

In addition to the well publicized systems of Polaris and Galaxy, the Aurora and Comet systems get superior ratings with dermatologists and plastic surgeons. Excellent manufacturing and achievement of successful results continue to make Syneron systems some of the finest available. If you'd like to find out more about Syneron products, please call The Laser Network at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. We update our website periodically with listings for used, quality lasers.


 

Cutera Lasers

A recent trend in the medical laser community is to combine two forms of technology in one machine. In doing so, it cuts down on costs to the physician, and, in theory, passes the savings on to the patient. By combining systems, ease of treatment is accomplished and the ability to deal with certain skin issues is more effective.

The CoolGlide XEO, a ND: YAG laser and IPL, is an excellent example of this technology. By combining a traditional laser with IPL (Intense Pulse Light), the result is more youthful looking skin. If you are considering purchasing one of the systems in the CoolGlide line, our staff at The Laser Network, L.L.C., will be happy to go over all of the uses of this model with you.

The Titan handpiece is a top choice for tissue tightening. The dedicated use of IR (infrared) technology temporarily heats tissue to increase the blood circulation in a localized area. Topical heating reduces recovery time, as well as lessens inadvertent harm to underlying tissue or proximal areas.

New techniques are being realized to help reduce the need to use traditional lasers that ablate the skin. The objective of improved skin tone and texture is being realized through non-ablative techniques. In addition to new safety aspects of laser and IPL surgery, patients appreciate the shorter recovery time for most procedures. If you would like to find out more about how you can obtain a laser from The Laser Network, please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Our website continues to offer up-to-date information about our merchandise.


 

Sciton Lasers

Sciton offers some of the most innovative systems in medical lasers. For example, the base unit of the Profile system has 35 different laser and IPL (Intense Pulse Light) configurations with which to customize your treatments. Sciton lasers, overall, are well ahead of many others in hair removal and treatment of vascular lesions.

Sciton prides itself on being able to cover a physician's needs as simply as possible. By making the primary machine interchangeable with various parts, more of a physician's needs can be met. When this feature is paired with a virtually painless procedure, a patient's needs can also be met. Flexibility and adaptability help make Sciton a leader in medical lasers.

The Profile model is state of the art, configured with treatment heads required to complete hair removal with high speed laser technology. Each Profile system has the capacity for upgrading as necessary. Scanners are also available for treatment heads. The three main objectives for any Sciton laser are efficacy, pain management, and speed. If these goals can be met, patients and physicians will come away from the experience satisfied.

Multiple wavelengths are a common selling point with Sciton lasers. This is accomplished with one chassis that can be modified with different heads for different treatments. The multiple uses of Sciton lasers will ensure that they remain among the most popular lasers for years to come. For more information about the full line of Sciton lasers available from The Laser Network, please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Our website is your best source for used, quality medical lasers.


 

Laserscope

Laserscope is one of the most well-known in terms of versatile medical lasers worldwide. Laserscope lasers are used for procedures as relatively minor as hair removal, as well as for vital procedures that include reducing an enlarged prostate gland. The Aura i model is equally as popular for gynecological, dermatology, and ENT procedures.

Laserscope prides itself on continually working toward improving its surgical instruments and service to patients and health professionals. Laserscope's extensive line includes medical lasers for offices, hospitals, and outpatient clinics. Recently, Laserscope has introduced the Gemini, which combines the Aura i and the Lyra i models.

The Gemini offers two wavelengths for multiple applications. The choice of 1064nm ND: YAG and 532nm KTP makes this versatile model more reliable as it offers more options. With the speeds available, treatment times are shortened and patients can be out of the doctor's office in record time. One of the finest aspects of the Gemini being two machines in one is that it is possible for a physician to spend less without sacrificing quality.

If you prefer to use the Aura i or Lyra i as a stand-alone as opposed to the combined Gemini, The Laser Network, L.L.C., can offer reasonable rates on either model. The Aura i is commonly used for eradicating leg veins to 4mm in diameter. If you would like more information about the full line of Laserscope lasers, please call The Laser Network at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com Please check back with our website for periodic updates.


 

Cosmetic Lasers

With the increase in cosmetic surgery being done these days, many physicians want to have every new toy that comes on the market. While there may be a new idea every time you turn around, new is not always the best. The Laser Network, L.L.C., offers a wide range of used, quality-engineered medical lasers for reasonable prices. Cosmetic lasers can be found to fit your needs and your budget, simply by browsing our website, TheLaserTrader.com.

Whether you're buying, selling, or trading up, The Laser Network can help you. Thorough research is done on every laser we sell so that you can compare models and decide what's best for your practice. We offer training in a variety of areas to ensure that your purchase of a laser from The Laser Network goes smoothly.

In addition to buying and selling premium medical lasers, we also lease lasers and IPLs. Regardless of your specific need, we can find the right laser or IPL for you. If you'd like to see what we have in the way of cosmetic systems, just give us a quick call or a click--it's free--and we'll help you find what you need.

With our many years of experience in the laser industry, we can help you evaluate the needs of your practice. We will take you step-by-step in the buying process and determine some of the main goals you want to achieve. We will gear your order specifically to your needs, depending on whether you will be treating adults or children. We will assist you with financing if necessary. If you need some help in choosing a cosmetic laser, please call The Laser Network at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Our website is your best option for finding the laser you need; just click www.thelasertrader.com.


 

Used Lasers

If you're just starting your practice and you want to add a laser or IPL to your services but you don't want to add the increased cost of a brand new system, we can help. The Laser Network, L.L.C., offers quality pre-owned lasers and IPLs for a fraction of the cost of brand new models. Each of our used lasers and IPLs has been thoroughly researched so we can pass along this important information to you. By taking advantage of this research, you can make an informed decision when you're ready to buy one of our used lasers.

We offer an extensive supply of medical lasers and IPLs for use in a variety of medical and cosmetic procedures. We have access to the most popular models on the market, and would like to help you choose the right one for you.

We have a basic philosophy, "sell what the customer needs, not what we need to sell the customer." We do not stock equipment for that very reason. We work with physicians, hospitals, and lease companies around the country and the world who want to sell their lasers and IPLs. Until the moment a laser is shipped to our customer, it is in the seller's office. This keeps our costs down so we can keep your costs down. Our consulting services are completely free.

You are the reason we are in business and we want to help you in yours. If you would like to speak with one of our representatives about the lasers available through The Laser Network, please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. The best place to find information about our services can be found on our website, www.thelasertrader.com.


 

IPL

Picking out the best IPL (intense pulse light) system for your practice requires balancing a complex cost benefit equation. Despite what individual IPL sales representatives may tell you, no single laser, no matter how versatile, can be used to treat every condition. Surgeons must weigh the costs and benefits of leasing vs. renting, tax consequences, and warranty options.

In addition, public misconceptions about the benefits of IPLs abound, so you may well have to spend a significant amount of time correcting and explaining laser procedures to your patients. You'll also need to weigh safety considerations when operating an IPL in your office. Do you have the correct protective eyewear for your IPL's wavelengths? Are you following OSHA regulations to ensure patient safety? Do the people in your office have enough training to operate your IPL?

The good news is that you can consult the professionals at The Laser Network, LLC. Our premier service can help you locate the best IPLs for your practice. Please browse our site, TheLaserTrader.com, or call us at 866-597-6895 for free consulting help. When you purchase used IPLs and lasers through our service, you're guaranteed to get precision equipment that's up to the technological specs you require, as well as equipment that has already been vetted for problems.

Truth be told, most IPL dealers stock up on popular pieces of equipment, only to discover months or years down the line that their inventory has become obsolete. These vendors often overrepresent their backlogged equipment to surgical buyers in an attempt to clean house. When you purchase secondhand IPLs through TheLaserTrader.com, you're guaranteed far more efficiency at wholesale prices.


 

Laser Hair Removal Equipment

If you're looking to sell your used laser hair removal equipment, please contact one of our associates at The Laser Network, LLC. Thanks to years of providing top-end service to surgeons and other vendors around the world (in over 20 countries), our website, TheLaserTrader.com, has caught the attention of many big buyers. We pride ourselves on customer satisfaction, and we get a lot of return business and word-of-mouth advertising.

We can also consult for your business and offer free advice about how to tap into the market. We can assist with everything from writing informal letters to people in your client base to promoting your medical lasers on television and radio to creating easy to read brochures for patients and doctors. Unlike other medical laser networks, which obfuscate their brokerage fees, we put all of our fees and charges upfront.

Given that the state-of-the-art of laser hair removal changes so rapidly, physicians and surgeons are constantly jockeying to get the best that technology has to offer. Extremely well-financed practices may be able to replace their inventory quickly, but most practices rely on solid secondhand equipment.

The best part about using The Laser Network as an intermediary to sell your laser hair removal equipment is that interested buyers can contact you directly. If you'd like more information about how our network operates, or if you'd like to try our free consulting services, give one of our operators a call at 866-597-6895 or e-mail us at info@TheLaserTrader.com.


 

ND YAG Lasers

Surgeons who use ND: YAG lasers to treat patients for vascular abnormalities, lesions, cafe-au-lait marks, or solar lentigines must constantly read up on laser and IPL technologies to stay up to date. Today, ND: YAG lasers get optically pumped by laser diodes, flash lamps, and gas discharges, but evolutions in the technology occur regularly.

Standard ND: YAG lasers emit infrared beams at 1064 nm, but surgeons can adjust the frequency to reach wavelengths as high as 532 nm for operations on certain pigmented lesions. Surgeons don't have to rely on the neodymium doped garnet lasers. For alternative wavelengths, you can find glass and yttrium lithium fluoride host materials. Most ND: YAG lasers operate in a Q-switched mode, in which light pulses at around 10 ns.

Surgeons must choose from literally dozens of ND: YAG laser manufacturers. From major industry names, like Laserscope and Bausch & Lomb, to smaller boutique laser IPL manufacturers, you can discover the best ND: YAG options here at TheLaserTrader.com. Our company, The Laser Network, LLC, can connect you with reliable, safe, and affordable ND: YAG laser sellers.

We also offer free consulting, so you can get precision equipment for your practice. We can advise you as to whether you'll need to increase your malpractice insurance or not, make savvy suggestions about how to utilize your office space more optimally, and discuss the pros and cons of private pay vs. insurance. Please call us at 866-597-6895 or e-mail us here at info@TheLaserTrader.com.


 

Non Ablative Lasers

With more and more surgeons and patients turning to non ablative lasers to treat conditions like wrinkle reduction, hair removal, and acne, doctors are being forced to pinch pennies in order to make their practices financially viable. To stay at the top of your practice, you have to update your laser equipment fairly frequently, and these major purchases can strain your budget, even if you run a fairly successful practice.

Although surgeons can use non ablative lasers to speed up patient recovery time and thereby increase the volume of patients they see, they must also contend with a host of logistical issues. For instance, will the purchase of a new non ablative laser raise your malpractice insurance premiums? Will you need any extra equipment or office staff training to operate your laser safely? Should you rent or buy your lasers and/or IPLs?

Here at The Laser Network, we understand the dilemmas which face today's surgeons. We have created one of the most sophisticated, safe, and efficient internet engines for the buying and selling of medical lasers. Unlike other vendors, which stock up on equipment and sell to surgeons based on what they have in the warehouse, rather than what's best for the surgeons' practices, we put you in direct contact with sellers.

Thus, you get precisely what you need for your practice. We can connect you with non ablative lasers from more than 30 manufacturers, and we do business in over 20 countries around the world. We're happy to give you a free consultation about your non ablative laser needs. You can reach one of our associates at 866-597-6895. Please stay tuned to our site for equipment updates.


 

Photofacial lasers

One of the deciding factors in your choice of a medical laser or IPL might be how versatile the system can be. The creative modular design of Palomar lasers allows you to create the exact system you want. It lets you conveniently change hand pieces, depending on the necessary treatment.

Palomar lasers and IPLs have proven successful in treating vascular lesions, acne, wrinkle reduction, hair removal, and more. The Palomar line of IPL (Intense Pulse Light) products has been praised for its quality of design as well as multiple uses. The EsteLux model, in particular, was a pioneer in the one system for multi-use approach. The ability to simply change a handpiece for the treatment of a specific condition rather than needing multiple laser/IPLs to do the same thing was a revolutionary change for the laser industry.

The introduction of the MediLux was to allow the practitioner to treat using even more power than the EsteLux. Among many of the capabilities of the MediLux one was the capability to destroy melanocytes and melanosome-containing epidermal keratinocytes because of its power it could generate. The skin being treated forms a crust and naturally falls away in a couple of weeks. Pigmented skin has shown excellent results with the MediLux laser. Known for their innovative pulse features and advanced engineering techniques, Palomar systems can outperform most of their competitor's systems.

The StarLux is perhaps the most capable of the Palomar IPLs. The StarLux with its special contact cooling handpiece keeps the temperature of the skin low, thereby providing more comfort for the patient. The system's energy is emitted in a smooth pulse form rather than short bursts. With the smooth delivery, there is less of a chance for damage to surrounding areas. If you are interested in learning more about how you can obtain a laser or IPL from The Laser Network, please call us at 866-597-6895 or email info@TheLaserTrader.com. Please check back with our website for periodic updates.


 

Aesthetic Lasers

Surgical aesthetic laser choices abound, from frequency doubled 532 nm ND: YAG lasers (to treat cafe-au-lait and solar lentigines pigmented lesions) to copper vapor 578 nm lasers (to treat lesions like facial telangiectasia) to diode lasers in the 1400 to 1540 nm range. Surgeons who want to expand their practices to treat a wider constellation of ailments are constantly looking to stay ahead of the technology curve.

With more and more patients seeking aesthetic laser surgery and more manufacturers (both domestic and international) getting into the laser trading business, it behooves you to educate yourself as much as possible about the options available. Contrary to what some sales representatives will tell you, you don't need to buy new aesthetic lasers in order to run a top-end practice.

Indeed, The Laser Network, LLC, can connect you with the best aesthetic lasers on the market at discounted prices. From cutting edge lasers manufactured by companies such as Orion, Lumenis, and Palomar, to sturdy equipment built by boutique European companies, you can choose from a wide array. We're also happy to consult with you for free about your laser needs.

Our experts can help you parse out how to purchase lasers based on market considerations, solve the omnipresent buy vs. rent dilemma, discuss the tax consequences of laser purchasing, and even make suggestions about how to utilize your office space better. Browse TheLaserTrader.com today. We're so confident in our approach that we're happy to refer you to our competitors so that you can make a more informed evaluation of our network.


 

Thermage

Physicians interested in the Thermage laser procedure are well aware of the hullabaloo surrounding this advanced radio frequency technology. Indeed, the Thermocool tech has received an explosive amount of publicity and has even been featured on "Oprah." Since Thermage requires no incisions, and since it delivers fast, relatively pain-free results, more and more surgeons have been adding this RF technology to their laser repertoires.

Whether you're a wrinkle specialist or you treat a broader array of skin conditions, The Laser Network, LLC can put you in contact with well maintained, easy to buy secondhand Thermage machines. Our website, TheLaserTrader.com, has won plaudits from major industry leaders, and we feature lasers and IPLs from dozens of manufacturers--names that you know and trust.

How can our expert consulting service be so good if it's free? Are secondhand lasers safe and reliable? Won't I have to pay a fortune in warranty and maintenance costs? The truth is, doing business through us is incredibly safe and efficient. We spell out our buyer, seller, and brokerage terms explicitly--something you won't get when you shop or trade through other vendors.

Given that we have such vast resources and that we connect traders and sellers in almost two dozen countries worldwide, you're guaranteed to find the Thermage equipment you need to maintain your practice. It's easy to search our site, and we constantly update our lists. Peruse TheLaserTrader.com in greater detail or e-mail or call us for a free consultation today.


 

Diode Lasers

Are you searching for high-quality, low-cost diode lasers to expand the reach of your surgical practice? Trust TheLaserTrader.com, the online distribution network of The Laser Network, LLC. Our a la carte service allows you to tap into an enormous market for diode lasers, IPLs, and other essential surgical laser equipment. We're backed by the Better Business Bureau's online reliability program, and we can arrange financing, provided you get credit approved.

Whereas most diode laser traders purchase state-of-the-art equipment and then sell that equipment at a markup, we never "stock up" on equipment we're not going to sell. The reason we do this is simple. The "state-of-the-art" for diode lasers changes so rapidly that equipment manufacturers must asymmetrically promote their outmoded products in order to avoid backing up their inventory.

The Laser Network, on the other hand, easily adapts to inventory changes and thus stays at the leading edge of medical laser technology. The laser diode, after all, is a semiconductor technology. With advances in semiconductors coming from multiple industries, it's only a matter of time before today's top end medical diode lasers become obsolete.

In addition to the guarantees, protections, and large choices you get when you shop through TheLaserTrader.com, you also get access to our expert consultants. Give us a call today at 866-597-6895 or e-mail an associate at info@TheLaserTrader.com to discuss your practice and your diode laser needs in more depth. You can also browse TheLaserTrader.com further to check out our current inventory.