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Missouri Frequently Asked Aesthetic Legal Questions
The Missouri medical spa legal summary breaks down the laws governing non-invasive medical aesthetics in the state.
Unlike many other states, Missouri does not have a corporate practice of medicine doctrine requiring>>Read More
In Missouri, a PA, NP or esthetician >>Read More
Can a nurse, esthetician, PA, or NP take a commission for administering laser treatments or injectables like Botox?
A nurse, esthetician, PA or NP>>Read More
Does a doctor have to examine every new patient before the patient is treated? What about PAs and NPs—can they see new patients or does it have to be a physician?
If the medical treatment is within the scope of practice of>>Read More
Under Missouri law, a physician>>Read More
Nurses and estheticians performing within the scope of their licensed practice do>>Read More
The Missouri Board of Healing Arts considers laser procedures to be surgery. Therefore, laser procedures may be performed by>>Read More
Yes, but only if>>Read More
Nurses may inject pursuant to>>Read More
A dentist may>>Read More
The Board of Healing Arts strongly recommends that each medical spa employs a medical director. However, >>Read More
A dentist’s license gives the authority to practice dentistry; however, the Missouri Dental Practice Act does>>Read More
The Missouri Dental Practice expressly allows for the use of lasers in >>Read More
In Missouri, PAs must work in the same facility as his/her supervising physician>>Read More
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