During your consultation, your treatment options will be discussed, and you will receive a quote for the recommended procedures. A deposit (not financed) is required to reserve your desired surgery date on our schedule. Full payment for your surgery is due at the time of your pre-operative visit, which is at least one week prior to your scheduled surgery. We accept cash, cashier’s check, and credit cards, as well as the following options, which may be used individually or combined according to your wishes.
A Note About Insurance
Insurance does not cover the expenses of hospitalization and surgical fees when surgery is done exclusively for aesthetic reasons. However, if the operation is performed in an attempt to improve or restore function, and as a result, it also improves one’s appearance, insurance may defray some of the cost. The benefits paid by insurance companies for plastic surgery vary greatly from carrier to carrier and plan to plan. While we make every effort to determine in advance if insurance can cover the procedure, patients must understand that they are ultimately responsible for the full payment of their surgery. If you are hoping that your health insurance will pay for your cosmetic surgery, we recommend checking with them ahead of setting up your consultation with us.
ALPHAEON Credit is a company that provides patients with credit for their elective procedures, offering 0% interest payment plan for 12 months and 14.9% apr extended payment plans. Alphaeon has no up-front costs, no fees, and no pre-payment penalties.
CareCredit is a company that provides patients with credit for their elective procedures, offering 0% interest payment plan for 12 months and 14.9% apr extended payment plans. CareCredit has no up-front costs, no fees, and no pre-payment penalties.
Prosper provides patient loans with affordable payment plans for plastic surgery. This option consists of a loan that is deposited straight into your bank account to be paid back in installments.