Cancellation and No-show Policy

At Dreams MedSpa, we ask that a 24-hour notice be given to cancel or change your appointment. If less than 24 hours’ notice of cancellation has been provided or if you do not show for the appointment, you will be charged a non-refundable $50.

  • A patient “no-show” is defined as calling to cancel within 30 minutes of scheduled appointment time or not calling to cancel at all. No-show status will be denoted in the patient’s appointment history.
  • A late cancellation is any cancellation of any scheduled appointment with less than 24 hours’ notice. Communication of a late cancellation can only be received by phone. For all Monday appointments, the cancellation by phone must be made by 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Punctuality

If you are late for your appointment, Dreams MedSpa reserves the right to either:

  • Shorten the length of your appointment, or
  • Reschedule your appointment at a more convenient time

Appointment Reminders

As a courtesy to our clients, our system automatically sends a text message appointment reminder 24 hours prior to the scheduled service. If you choose to opt out form this feature we are unable to offer you a reminder. Should the appointment reminder system fail for any reason and you do not receive an appointment reminder, it is still your responsibility to manage your appointment and adhere to the cancellation policy.

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  • Dr. Miller and his team at Dreams Med Spa did a wonderful job from pre-op to surgery and follow up examinations. Takes the time to listen and finds exactly what works for you. Clean office and pre-op rooms, private and professional staff as well as on time appts. and follow up cares. I will be using them for any future needs I may have

    Anonymous
  • Because I was treated for breast cancer at 32, I was fairly certain I would opt for reconstructive surgery. I didn't know which doc to go with. I'm so thankful someone steered me towards Dr. Miller. The process is a little lengthy in nature and getting "fills" to stretch the tissue to accommodate the new breast implants was not my favorite. But, cancer treatment is not a sprint...It's a marathon and this was just part of the treatment and recovery process. The discomfort was worth it, without a doubt. I'd do it again.

    chiquiz4
  • Since i was younger i knew i always wanted bigger breast. Once i was able to afford it i knew i had to do it and i’m soooo glad i did! This process was smooth and easier then i thought. If you are even questioning the procedure i suggest at least going in for a free consultation!!

    ashleymkee