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North Carolina Summary of Med Spa Laws

North Carolina Frequently Asked Medical Aesthetic Legal Questions

The North Carolina medical spa legal summary breaks down the laws governing non-invasive medical aesthetics in the state.

Who can own a med spa?

Who can inject Botox and fillers?

Who can fire a laser?

Are Botox parties legal?

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Disclaimer: The information and answers contained in these frequently asked questions provide a general guide to certain laws that apply to "medical spas" in this particular state. The information on this site is for general reference only and accuracy cannot be guaranteed, as medical spa legalities and regulations change very frequently. This information is not intended to provide legal advice, and it should not be relied upon as legal advice. This information is not intended to create, and receipt of it does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers: You should not act upon this information without seeking knowledgeable legal counsel that takes the laws of your jurisdiction into account. All uses of the content of this site, other than personal uses, are prohibited.

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Medical spas were developed to offer certain >>Read More

North Carolina law restricts ownership in a medical spa to >>Read More

A physician may >>Read More

Persons who are not physicians >>Read More

The Board has opined that a licensee >>Read More

An unlicensed person or >>Read More

Prescription drugs and over the counter drugs >>Read More

North Carolina law does not >>Read More

The Board considers the revision, >>Read More

North Carolina law considers Botox >>Read More

A supervising physician may >>Read More

Register nurses require >>Read More

North Carolina considers accurate, >>Read More

A medical spa is considered to be >>Read More

The Board has revised its >>Read More

North Carolina considers accurate, current, and >>Read More

HIPAA allows covered health care providers >>Read More

When communicating on social media, a medical spa should >>Read More

While food, drugs, and medical devices are >>Read More

The term medical director implies >>Read More

Micro needling, laser or intense pulse light devices, dermabrasion >>Read More


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Any type of entity that is permitted to provide >>Read More

Medical spas may sell >>Read More

Any medical practice that sells retail products >>Read More

Physical presence of a physician is >>Read More

Physical presence of a physician is >>Read More

A PA's scope of practice >Read More

The Board considers the revision, >>Read More

North Carolina law >>Read More

A physician may use a patient photo if >>Read More

When making these types of communications, >>Read More

OSHA requires: (1) lasers to be >>Read More

A med spa or physician covered by HIPAA must >>Read More

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