Aerolase Introduces Skin of Color Forum

December 22, 2020
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The online forum aims to educate the wider medical community and their patients on laser skin health and other skin concerns in darker skin types.

Aerolase Corp. is launching a Skin of Color Forum (SOCF).

"This Forum is much needed and transformative. It's been rewarding to work alongside Aerolase to shape its leadership in advancing skin of color dermatology," says Nashville dermatologist Michael Gold, MD, Chairman of Aerolase's Medical Advisory Board and member of the SOCF Council, in a news release. "The Forum will spread understanding of how Aerolase achieves optimal outcomes in a wide range of skin of color conditions including hyperpigmentation, melasma, PFB, acne, psoriasis, onychomycosis, rosacea, and other skin concerns." 

"With skin of color patients, medical and aesthetic skin conditions clearly have been treated with limited success and with traditional light-based therapy there are significant risks," adds Wendy Roberts, MD, a dermatologist in Rancho Mirage, CAand SOCF Council member. "In Aerolase technology we have finally found a go-to device to safely and effectively treat skin of color patients with repeatable results," says Dr. Roberts. 

"Aerolase looks forward to improving patients' quality of life and practitioners' efficiency through the SOC Forum initiative. Aerolase stands 100% behind the SOCF mission, and our continuing excellence in skin of color is mission-critical for Aerolase," says Pavel Efremkin PhD, Chairman and CEO of Aerolase. 

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