It’s as Easy as 1, 2, 3
STEP 1: Set a Date
Once you have selected your surgery date, we require a non-refundable deposit to hold your date and time. If you must cancel your surgery, you must do so 2 weeks prior for your full deposit to be applied at a later date (up to one (1) year).
STEP 2: Surgery Payment
Payment is due in full two (2) weeks prior to the date of your procedure. This payment includes fees to the surgeon, hospital and anesthesiologist. Occasionally, additional charges may be necessary for prescriptions, special equipment, postoperative treatments or supplies. These payment obligations will be fully explained to you by our patient coordinator.
We accept most major credit cards. Unfortunately, we do not offer in house financing. We can refer you, however, to independent companies that specialize in financing for cosmetic surgery.
STEP 3: Set a Pre-Surgery Appointment
Schedule your confirmatory visit or phone conference for out of town clients at least 2 weeks prior to your surgery. An in office confirmatory and pre-testing visit can take one- two hours and these visits can be scheduled on one separate occasion for your convenience. Please review your consultation folder and email us at or call us.
Please note the following items:
If you have any medical problems or are age 40 and over, you may need to obtain a medical clearance evaluation prior to surgery. If this is the case, Dr. Lisa Bootstaylor normally obtains a CBC, SMA7, an EKG and a medical clearance letter. You may have your doctor fill out the preoperative clearance form and fax it back to us at: (404) 240-2805
You must stop taking any pain relievers two weeks prior to surgery. This includes aspirin, ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), Midol, etc. The only pain reliever you may take is Tylenol. You must discontinue any herbal medications or other over the counter medications. If you are currently taking these or other medications under a physician’s recommendation, please let us know so that we can determine if it they will interfere with surgery. In most cases, you should continue your other usual prescribed medications (blood pressure medications, diabetes medications).
You should not be pregnant, have a fever, an upper respiratory infection (a cold, bronchitis) or a urinary tract infection at the time of surgery.
We Look Forward To Working with You!