Terms Used In Tennessee Code 63-26-103

  • Electrology: means the art and practice relating to the removal of hair from the normal skin of the human body by application of an electric current to the hair papilla by means of a needle or needles so as to cause growth inactivity of the hair papilla and thus permanently remove the hair. See Tennessee Code 63-26-102
  1. This chapter does not authorize the use of roentgen rays and radium for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes, or the use of electricity for purposes of skin cauterization, removal of warts, moles or other skin deformities.
  2. Electronic tweezers or nonneedle methods are prohibited within the practice of electrology, except as provided in this chapter.