Cosmetic Practice Forms

Cosmetic practice and surgery forms, patient intake forms, post op instruction guides, pre-op guides, botox, restylane, personal history, routing slip, superbill, super bill, patient history, patient sign in, botox consent form, new patient, new client, photography release, video release, interview release forms, and more.

$40.50 $26.00

This release form is used to obtain client photography and interview permission and includes rules by which patient/client must agree to abide in exchange of value received to client/doctor. Protect yourself if you will be taking photographs and/or will be using any other patient material for any type of purpose, be sure to have your client's permission in writing.

With its contemporary design and host of features, it is sure to enhance any cosmetic practice or existing medical or doctor's office wanting to do away with their old patient intake forms and replace them with new, updated, contemporary forms without going through the expense of new form typesetting and offset printing fees. Print as many as you need and edit them as your office needs change in time.


$22.50 $20.25

A correspondence form to assist in communication and the sharing of information between patient and doctor is important piece. Each phone call, letter, or email is a piece of your patient's story. Sometimes, questions or disputes may arise, and documentation is independent evidence that can clarify details, and help avoid future confusion and misunderstandings.

You may print just a few, as needed, or take the artwork to your local print shop for quantity printing and drilling of holes on top of page.


$112.50 $36.45

Avoid malpractice suits that can tarnish the physician's reputation and raise malpractice insurance premiums by having your client accept binding arbitration of any dispute, avoiding the client's right to a trial.


$49.50 $28.35

Botox Treatment Consent Form. Patient authorizes physician to perform cosmetic treatment and is disclosed information concerning Botox, how it injected, side effects, what to expect, patient also acknowledges the limitations of Botox treatments and possible side effects and dangers. Patient consent date and signature signature lines at bottom of form. Physician should examine form to see if it may benefit his/her practice to help keep patients legally informed.


$112.50 $36.45

Avoid malpractice suits that can tarnish the physician's reputation and raise malpractice insurance premiums by having your client accept binding arbitration of any dispute, avoiding the client's right to a trial. For use in California.


$22.50 $20.25

An office, sign-in register for patients to sign-in when they enter the office. 

Form may be printed in your office and only print the amount you need or may be delivered to your local print shop for quantity printing.


$58.50 $36.45

A welcome form, sure to impress your clientele upon receiving it. Learn more about your own clients by obtain information as to the primary reason why they are visiting your cosmetic practice, why they selected your practice and also inquires about other cosmetic procedures they may be interested in being informed and their preferred payment option(s). Easily edit the form to your particular questions using Microsoft Word or other compatible word processor.

With its contemporary design and host of features, it is sure to enhance any cosmetic practice or existing medical or doctor's office wanting to do away with their old patient intake forms and replace them with new, updated, contemporary forms without going through the expense of new form typesetting and offset printing fees. Print as many as you need and edit them as your office needs change in time.


$31.50 $28.35

An Authorization for Disclosure of Health Information is an individual's signed permission to allow a covered entity to use or disclose the individual's protected health information (PHI) that is described in the Authorization for the purpose(s) and to the recipient(s) stated in the Authorization.

The form's purpose is to obtain patients signature to be able to use or disclose health information. 

English and Spanish bundled together.


$22.50 $20.25

A list of frequently asked questions about Botox and Botox injections, patient handout / leaflet. Easily editable using word processor.


$31.50 $20.00

A form authorizing the clinic or doctor's office to charge a patient, certain amount of money if the patient misses his/her's scheduled appointment day, unless said patient informs the clinic or doctor, within a certain amount of hours in advance to cancel or make other scheduled appointment.

With its contemporary design and host of features, it is sure to enhance any cosmetic practice or existing medical or doctor's office wanting to do away with their old patient intake forms and replace them with new, updated, contemporary forms without going through the expense of new form typesetting and offset printing fees. Print as many as you need and edit them as your office needs change in time.


$31.50 $20.25

A medical release form is a document that gives healthcare professionals permission to share patient medical information with other parties. Patient's must first sign a release.

According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, “An authorization is a detailed document that gives covered entities permission to use protected health information for specified purposes, which are generally other than treatment, payment, or health care operations, or to disclose protected health information to a third party specified by the individual.” 

Did You Know? Verbal medical release agreements are not sufficient because they are impossible to verify if there’s ever a disagreement. Healthcare staff need a written copy on record with a signature to protect themselves. If you are ever instructed to share healthcare information on behalf of a patient, make sure you have them sign a release form.


$49.50 $30.78

The HIPAA Privacy Rule gives individuals a fundamental new right to be informed of the privacy practices of their health plans and of most of their health care providers, as well as to be informed of their privacy rights with respect to their personal health information. Health plans and covered health care providers are required to develop and distribute a notice that provides a clear explanation of these rights and practices. The notice is intended to focus individuals on privacy issues and concerns, and to prompt them to have discussions with their health plans and health care providers and exercise their rights. 

Did You Know? The notice must include an effective date, it is your responsibility to add the effective date. See 45 CFR 164.520(b) for the specific requirements for developing the content of the notice. A covered entity is required to promptly revise and distribute its notice whenever it makes material changes to any of its privacy practices. See 45 CFR 164.520(b)(3), 164.520(c)(1)(i)(C) for health plans, and 164.520(c)(2)(iv) for covered health care providers with direct treatment relationships with individuals.