Dr Nathan Holt’s Cambridge Laser Clinic is proud to hold membership with some of the most important and respected authorities and associations in the United Kingdom. We’re continuously striving to improve the quality of the services we provide for the benefit of each and every client. Operating as a 100% independent organisation with more than 25 years’ experience, we remain committed to ethical and responsible aesthetic medicine.
The British Medical Laser Association is the UK’s foremost authority in the field of medical lasers and medical laser treatments. The organisation is a 100% non-profit entity, established to represent beauty therapists, scientists, technologists, nurses, dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons or manufacturers at all levels. More broadly, the BMLA exists for the benefit and advancement of anyone with an interest in the use of lasers in the field of aesthetics and medicine.
Our association with the BMLA reinforces our commitment to the provision of premium-quality laser treatments in a responsible and ethical manner. To discuss any aspect of the services we provide in more detail, book your obligation-free initial consultation at Dr Nathan Holt’s Cambridge Laser Clinic today.
British Medical Laser Association: Background
Officially established in 1980, the British Medical Laser Association is considered the foremost medical laser association in the United Kingdom. The organisation is overseen and operated by an extensive network of noted dermatologists, cosmetic practitioners, researchers, manufacturers, nurses and specialist scientists. Operating as a registered charity on a strictly non-profit basis, the British Medical Laser Association exists exclusively for the benefit of patients and practitioners across the UK.
According to the BMLA itself, the organisation was established with the following objectives in mind:
- The promotion of safe and effective operation of light-based technology and lasers for the treatment of disease in human beings.
- To champion the research and development of new-generation lasers and light-based technology for the benefit of patients and practitioners.
- The establishment of medical laser standards and codes of practice for those treating patients with light-based technology.
- To promote understanding and collaboration between scientific and clinical disciplines for the advancement of the sector as a whole.
Ultimately, it is the assumed responsibility of the British Medical Laser Association to create and inform on national policy, in order to ensure the continuous improvement of educational and safety standards in the field of laser medical treatments. The BMLA provides a rich archive of resources for patients and practitioners alike, including national policy updates and the latest news from the medical laser sector.
Here at Dr Nathan Holt’s Cambridge Laser Clinic, we respect the commitment of the BMLA to the on-going improvement of the industry for all involved. We’re also proud of our membership with the British Medical Laser Association, underpinning our own commitment to continuous improvement and technological revolution.
If you have any questions on the services we provide or the functions of the BMLA, we’d be delighted to hear from you. Contact the team at Dr Nathan Holt’s Cambridge Laser Clinic today to book your obligation-free consultation with one of our doctors.
BMLA Membership Registration
The British Medical laser association exists for the application of safe and responsible laser and light-based technology procedures in the United Kingdom. To date, the organisation has made a remarkable contribution to the medical laser treatment landscape of the United Kingdom.
However, the BMLA states that none of its achievements would have been possible without the significant and on-going input from an extensive network of contributors across the country. Therefore, British Medical Laser Association membership is open to professionals from a wide range of specialist fields, spanning scientific and medical communities alike.
Individuals and organisations who join the BMLA demonstrate their commitment to the development of safer and more effective laser treatments for the benefit of the wider public. The organisation imposes minimal formal criteria, instead welcoming anyone with an interest in contributing to the cause. BMLA members are invited to join specialist focus groups, benefit from continuous education and have their say on both national and international policy. BMLA membership is therefore considered a hallmark of commitment and professionalism among laser practitioners at the highest level.
At Dr Nathan Holt’s Cambridge Laser Clinic, we take our responsibilities in the field of laser treatments very seriously. That’s why we hold membership with several of the UK’s most important authorities and associations in the field. To discuss any aspect of our laser treatments in more detail, book your obligation-free consultation with one of our practitioners today.
Honest, Objective and Impartial Consultancy
Backed by more than 25 years of medical laser experience, we provide the region’s most capable and customer-focused cosmetic treatments. What makes the difference at our Cambridge Laser Clinic is the elimination of all middlemen and sales representatives from the equation. Our business is operated by a team of respected practitioners, nurses and doctors, who both carry out the treatments we provide and offer professional consultancy.
Operating as a 100% independent clinic, we provide nothing but honest, objective and impartial advice on all aspects of laser treatment. We ensure every client is presented with a clear and accurate overview of the options available, before discussing which treatment best suits their requirements and their budget.
All initial consultations are provided on a pressure-free, obligation-free basis by our doctors. For more information or to book your initial consultation with a member of the team, contact Dr Nathan Holt’s Cambridge Laser Clinic today.