It's simple, if something is very expensive to purchase and maintain (as lasers are), has the potential of having a short useful life due to obsolescence, and depreciates at a rapid rate (as lasers due)...then chances are that the investment does not pencil out and should be avoided.
Those of you who have purchased lasers in the past...does this sound familiar? All too often it does which is why Renting in many cases is the wisest choice over buying.
With Buying - the initial investment cost, on going maintenance costs, and constant need to stay up on the latest procedures make it a costly endeavor and quite frankly in most cases just does not pencil out.
With Renting - the high costs of ownership are eliminated and a positive cash flow is realized from the very first rental.
"Lasers4Rent.com has made the difference in how I looked at using lasers in our practice. I had all the support anybody could want, including help with advertising to clear answers on clinical issues..."
A typical day can easily return in excess of 200% on your rental investment dollar!
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