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Laser Europe 2014
The forthcoming Laser Europe Conference is set to be hosted in the beautiful city of Amsterdam, 22-24 May 2014.

The meeting will be convened by the European Laser Association and will be joined by the BMLA to provide presentations and workshops of the highest quality.

You can find more information at the Laser Europe 2014 website.

We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!

NHS funded Laser Depilation Services E-mail
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 13:28
The BMLA was invited by the NHS Clinical Reference Group for transgender services to comment on the requirements for suitable laser depilation services.  Our response to the questions raised can be downloaded below.

iconBMLA response to Laser Depilation Services

'Next generation' PDT and Sonodynamic Therapy
Thursday, 15 November 2012 11:53

The BMLA is aware of treatment practices being termed 'next generation' PDT and Sonodynamic Therapy and would like to express its concerns.


DH Review of Cosmetic Interventions
Thursday, 11 October 2012 14:10

The Department of Health is currenty undertaking a major review of cosmetic procedures, including laser treatments.  In particular, they are considering:

  • the regulation and safety of products used in cosmetic interventions
  • how best to ensure that the people who carry out procedures have the necessary skills and qualifications
  • how to ensure that organisations have the systems in place to look after their patients both during their treatment and afterwards
  • how to ensure that people considering cosmetic surgery and procedures are given the information, advice and time for reflection to make an informed choice
  • what improvements are needed in dealing with complaints so they are listened to and acted upon.
You can read more about it here.  You can also read the BMLA's response here.

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