ENSURING THE BEST EXPERIENCE
I want to make sure my valued clients have the best experience possible, from the minute they enter the doors to the moment they leave. Please take a moment to review the policies to ensure you have the best possible experience. If you have any questions, please get in touch with me and I'd be happy to help.
Health History and Illness
If you are ill, I ask you to stay home. I will work to reschedule you as soon as possible when you are feeling better. I can't risk spreading illness to my other patients, those with compromised immunity, or exposing myself or my family.
Tardiness and Missed Appointments
I have young children so I can fully appreciate that sometimes, you run late or need to reschedule. I ask you to please communicate with me as early as possible when you know you're running late so I can minimize the effect on other patients.
Payment is due at time of service. Reach out to me if you need to schedule a payment plan and work within your budget.
You must be at least 18 years of age to receive dermal filler or botox. Parental consent will need to be obtained with full explanation of risks and benefits to patients younger than 18 and at the discretion of the clinician.
Children must be under parental supervision at studio. If you have questions about this, please don't hesitate to reach out to me.
Each procedure requires photos to be taken in order to compare a baseline and note any previous asymmetries or conditions. The use of photography is included in the informed consent for the procedure.
I grow my business through word of mouth and social media. I will discuss with each patient whether it is acceptable to post before and after pictures in order to showcase my work. Pictures will all always be cropped and/or formatted to respect patient's privacy.
Refusal of service
I want to provide the best patient care possible and at times this means I will need to refuse a service if it is not in the patient's best interest. Instances may occur that due to a medical condition or after evaluation of patient's anatomy, I will not be able to provide a service to preserve patient safety. Other considerations for refusal of service include unrealistic expectations, request for treatment beyond what would appear natural, medical history contraindications, and body dysmorphic disorder.
Good communication with my patients is very important to me so this decision would not be reached until after a thorough discussion and an offer to refer services elsewhere.