Become a patient
Welcome to the Emory Aesthetic Center. Our staff of experienced cosmetic professionals understand that true beauty is more than skin deep, it is a reflection of the real you. We also know that looking into a cosmetic procedure for the first time can be a scary process. You will have many questions, and more are sure to come up along the way. Luckily, the staff at Emory Aesthetic Center is here to walk you through this extremely personal journey to look and feel your best.
To schedule your complimentary personal consultation, call 404-778-6880 or complete the online form and we will contact you to schedule your consultation.
New Patient Visit Form
For your convenience, we have included the New Patient Visit Form on our website. You will be asked to complete and sign this form when you arrive for your first appointment. You may print out this form and complete it in advance if you would like. Doing so will save time and paperwork for you on the day of your appointment.
Due to patient confidentiality, we cannot accept the form electronically.
As you consider cosmetic surgery, one of our patient coordinators will meet with you at the time of your initial consultation to discuss the cost of surgery and the scheduling process. Our coordinators are available to meet with you privately at any point in the preoperative process to provide the specific information you desire. This is their area of expertise and they will work with you to find the program or plan that best meets your needs.
The Emory Aesthetic Center does not handle financing in-house; however, we do offer Care Credit patient financing (www.carecredit.com). Information about this service is provided to you during your consultation.
If your surgery is of a reconstructive nature or deemed medically necessary, it may be covered by insurance. A copy of your insurance card will be made at your initial office visit, and it is essential to keep the office informed of any changes or updates to your insurance. If surgery is recommended by your physician, a letter of prior authorization will be sent to your insurance company and approval must be obtained before surgery can be scheduled.