Reserving Procedure Appointments by Credit Card
Appointments are scheduled on a first come basis. Your procedure appointment date and time is reserved exclusively for you to ensure personalized service. Unlike regular doctors’ offices where many patients are seen at the same time, Dr. Reed sees one patient at a time for several hours. Because her time is committed to you—and others may want that same appointment time—we need your commitment. So a credit card is required to reserve your procedure date and time. It is for guarantee only—you may cancel or reschedule up to 48 hours in advance without any charge. At least 48 hours notice is required to cancel or reschedule your procedure. If you cancel or reschedule your appointment less than 48 hours ahead of your scheduled time, a fee of $100 will be charged to your credit card. (For two procedures in the same day, the late notice penalty charge will be $200.) This policy also applies to complimentary follow-up appointments, but the fee is one-half ($50) per procedure.
Reserving Procedure Appointments by Deposit
If you do not want to reserve your appointment by credit card, you can pay a $100 deposit with cash or check (two procedures scheduled on the same day requires a $200 deposit). All checks must clear at least 48 hours ahead of the procedure day. Your deposit will be deducted from the total fee on your procedure day. The balance due at your appointment may be paid by cash, check, or credit card. At least 48 hours notice is required to cancel or reschedule your procedure. If you cancel or reschedule your appointment less than 48 hours ahead of your scheduled time, your deposit will be forfeited (not refunded).
Returned Check and Refund Policies
There will be a $35 handling fee for any returned check. The results of any cosmetic procedure, including cosmetic or medical tattooing, cannot be guaranteed. Therefore, whether or not a patient is satisfied with his/her results, there will be no refunds.
Visitors and Children
CDC-OSHA guidelines do not allow observers in the procedure room. Family or friends can remain in the waiting room if desired. They are also welcome to participate during makeup designing. Idaho law prohibits the tattooing of persons under age 18. The entire office, including waiting room, is not equipped for children or babies. Child care arrangements must be made prior to all appointments.”
Fees and policies are subject to change without notice. We reserve the right to decline service to anyone.