Australian Aesthetic Devices (AAD) was established in Australia to supply, support and service a range of Laser, IPL & RF systems within Australia, initially representing both Thermage and Alma Lasers through to the absorption of Thermage into Solta Medical and the transition of Alma Lasers to Medtel Australia.
Today, with the commoditization of the Aesthetic industry in Australia, AAD’s focus is to provide options to the Aesthetic industry that assist Clinics in minimizing expenditure while keeping up with the market and current treatment trends.
These options include provision of a portal for re-marketing of technologies, giving you an option to capitalize or access technologies at massively reduced rates. It also provides very cost effective New Technology options as we do not have the huge infrastructure expenses faced by many suppliers.
Trevor Neale (Director)
Director, Trevor Neale has over 20 years experience in beauty and rejuvenation technology at a clinical, technical and training level. As a technical Support Engineer, with factory training with several manufacturers, as well as a Radiation Safety Officer Certificate from Queensland Health, including approval to carry out testing of Equipment and Testing of Premises (Lic No: 812199-5629215U). Trevor has had considerable experience in assessing system serviceability and performance. Having written and delivered the first 5 Laser and IPL training phases of the Victoria University Bachelor of Health Science Dermal Therapy Degree course as well as presenting at the Paramedical portion of various Aesthetic and Plastic Surgery Society conferences on Laser, IPL & RF and holding and delivering an ITEC “Diploma in Laser and Intense Pulsed Light Treatments” course as well as being a Thermage Certified Trainer, Trevor has extensive experience in treatment application and complications with Laser, IPL and RF technologies. This experience has continuously proved invaluable when assessing the performance and supporting various Aesthetic technologies…