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Rhode Island Summary of State Laws & Regulations

Rhode Island Frequently Asked Aesthetic Legal Questions

The Rhode Island 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? Who can fire a laser? Are Botox parties legal?

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There is no Rhode Island statute addressing med spa ownership. Rhode Island does not have a clear prohibition on the corporate practice of medicine, and it is >>Read More

The Rhode Island law governing medical licensure and discipline indicates that it is "unprofessional conduct” for >>Read More

Physician assistants and registered nurse practitioners may>>Read More

Yes; provided, however, that the use of>>Read More

Although procedures may be performed by an appropriately trained>>Read More

Rhode Island law is not specific on this point, but the Rhode Island medical board advised in January 2014>>Read More

Non-physicians may perform laser treatments>>Read More

So long as doing so is within>>Read More

The injection of Botox and other chemicals is considered a medical procedure in Rhode Island. Although these procedures may be performed by an appropriately trained>>Read More

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