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Policy and Procedure Manual


If you have not spent time creating a Policy & Procedure manual for your business yet — you are not alone!!


Assembling a Policy & Procedure manual can be daunting but is also incredibly useful in building a positive workplace culture and provide structure and insight into how your business functions. Save hours of time and let us help!

It is critical that clinics have a proper policy and procedure protocols in place. Not only to meet Ministry guidelines, but as well, treatment guidelines should also be in place for every procedure you perform (i.e.: Neurotoxins, Dermal fillers, PRP, use of hyaluronidase, Deoxycholic Acids, Chemical Peels, Laser, etc.).


A professionally written Policy and Procedure manual is a necessary tool in as these guidelines may serve as part of a protective mechanism for your clinic if legal action is brought against the staff, their medical director, and/or the clinic.


We welcome you to purchase a complete printed assembled copy. We customize the manual and it’s forms and language to fit your practice. This Policy and Procedures Manual will provide a foundation upon which to evolve your own policies and procedures manual that aligns with your medical aesthetic practice.


Our Aesthetics Policy and Procedure Manual is $1750 assembled and includes medical directives (which can be edited as required by your own clinic medical director and is considered void until signed by an appropriate ordering authority).


Feel free to email us to see a copy of the table of contents and an example of the treatment guidelines and directives along with your full name. We do collaborate with aesthetic medical directors to assemble their own customizable directives as requested.

Aesthetic Policy and Procedure Manual

  • Policies & Procedures will evolve over time and new best practice guidelines will emerge. It is your responsibility to update your manual as new products and techniques are introduced.

    The information presented herein is provided as-is and without warranty of any kind, either express or implied including but not limited to, warranties of fitness for a particular purpose, merchantability, or freedom from infringement of patent, trademark, or copyright. 


    The author of this information shall not be liable for any incidental or consequential damages for injuries arising out of the use of the information presented herein. All brand names and/or product names and/or product names which may be used herein are the intellectual property of their respective owners. The use of the information presented herein does not grant an express or implied license to commercially use or republish any such information. 


    By using or accessing any of the information presented herein reader/user hereby agrees to be personally liable and to fully indemnify author, her family members, employees, agents, heirs and assigns for any and all damages directly and/or consequently resulting from use or attempted use of this information, wherein such damages include without limitation, damages resulting from loss of revenue and/or property fines, injuries arising out of the use of this information, and attorney's fees. 


    The user acknowledges that the ministry of health laws vary on who can provide the aesthetic services identified in these documents and further acknowledges and accepts full responsibility to follow her/his scope of practice without exception. These documents are suggestions of what may be appropriate for use but should first take into consideration individual personalization and clear directives on compliance as it pertains to the individuals’ scope of practice and licensing requirements.