The cost of your procedure is just one of many factors in making the choice to undergo cosmetic surgery. At your consultation, you will be provided with a detailed explanation of what to expect. We respect that cosmetic surgery is not inexpensive and are sensitive to your concerns. Our patient coordinator, Cheri, can answer questions regarding payment options and assist you in financially planning your procedure. It is important to our office that any questions you may have regarding your cost estimate, financing or payment policies are answered.
Many patients finance all or part of their surgical procedure. Although our office gladly accepts Visa, MasterCard and personal checks, new options have been made possible by financial institutions marketing primarily to cosmetic surgery patients. As a service to our patients, we are pleased to accept the CareCredit Card, North America’s leading patient payment program. CareCredit offers a full range of payment plans to meet every financing need. With the popular no interest payment plan, there are no interest charges if the balance is paid in full within the specified time period. Or, if you prefer an even lower monthly payment, you can use the extended payment plan for procedure fees from $1,000.00 to $25,000. There are no upfront costs, no annual fees, and no pre-payment penalties. It’s easy to apply and you’ll receive an online decision in seconds. You can apply now with no obligation or Cheri can assist with your application after your consultation if you wish to investigate financing options.
Dr. Hand is not a member of any insurance companies; however, if you have “Out-Of-Network” benefits, there are some instances where insurance companies will reimburse you if they consider the procedure to be medically necessary. Our office will provide insurance billing and required documentation to your insurance company although we cannot guarantee that you will receive reimbursement for your procedure. Medical procedures that are considered to be cosmetic or elective and not medically necessary are not reimbursed by insurance.