Was Your $100,000 Laser Or Energy Device Purchase Worth It? Let Us Know.

Was Your $100,000 Laser Or Energy Device Purchase Worth It? Let Us Know.

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RealSelf is widely known for the “Worth It” Rating on devices ranging from CoolSculpting (79% Worth It) to Zerona (63% Worth It), which are based on patient feedback. We now want to hear from you and get your expert opinion. Is that device a workhorse for the practice, or an absurdly expensive coat hanger?

Let us know what you think in this short survey (5 minutes).

This new feature comes on the heels of the release of our inaugural RealSelf U.S. Laser & Energy Report revealing consumer interest, patient satisfaction, and emerging trends within the fast-growing medical aesthetics market. In return for you taking the time to rate your lasers and energy devices we’ll make the follow-on report (that aggregates doctor and clinic feedback) available at no charge. Please note: our intention is to keep this doctor and industry-facing information.

Now it’s your turn to share your first-hand experience with these major practice investments. Feel free to share this opportunity with your peers who are not active on RealSelf. We want to hear from all experts in aesthetics.

Tom Seery

Tom Seery is the founder and CEO of RealSelf, the most popular online resource that helps consumers research cosmetic treatments and find the right medical aesthetic provider. Each month RealSelf attracts 10 million unique visitors who view 50 million photos. Another 500,000 people contact doctors and clinics seeking more information or appointments. Integral to RealSelf is a model that showcases the expertise of aesthetic providers. Experts have posted two million answers to questions and routinely upload educational videos, and patient before & after photos. Prior to RealSelf, Tom was a member of the founding team at Expedia, where he conceived a $1.2b private-label travel business, launched the cruise travel line of business, and introduced search marketing long before Google was a household name. Tom sits on the board of ReSurge International, a nonprofit that builds plastic reconstructive surgical capacity in developing countries. He also regularly lectures on innovation and serves on the board of the entrepreneurship programs at the University of Washington. Tom holds an MS from Drexel University, MBA from University of Washington, and BA from Connecticut College. He resides in Seattle with his wife and two highly energetic boys. He is @seery on Twitter or @realself_tom on Instagram, should you wish to connect.

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