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Ways to Pay for Plastic Surgery and Non-Surgical Care at The Plastic Surgery Center of Asheville
Patients are expected to pay for an office visit at the time of the visit. Payment may be made by cash, personal check, MasterCard,or Visa.
The fee for a medical consultation is variable and depends on the time spent by the surgeon in the consultation and the complexity of the problem. The consultation fee for a cosmetic procedure is $75. Insurance is not filed for any cosmetic consultation or service.
In all cases of plastic surgery to be performed for cosmetic reasons, the complete fee must be paid two weeks in advance of the surgery. A financing option is available for qualified applicants who would like to use this method to cover cosmetic surgery fees. Below are some options:
Allegacy Federal Credit Union
The Allegacy Lifestyle Loan provides benefits on a host of elective procedures. With highly competitive interest rates and generous repayment terms this can be a valuable alternative for financing.
Allegacy provides a simplified application process with an answer in minutes. As an added bonus, once approved the applicant will become a member of the Allegacy Federal Credit Union gaining access to the many products and services offered to members.
For more information on terms and rates you may contact Paul Phillips by phone 336-774-3454 or email email@example.com
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CareCredit is a credit card exclusive for healthcare services. Many patients put off treatments and procedures because they cannot afford to pay. Doctors offer CareCredit payment plans as a convenient option to consumer credit cards, cash or checks. CareCredit allows you to pay over time often without incurring interest charges instead of a lump sum prior to treatment. Offering CareCredit removes the accounts receivable responsibilities from the doctor and allows them to focus on recommending and providing the best care to their patients. Click here to apply: CareCredit.com
For cases covered by health insurance, all deductibles and anticipated copayments are to be paid prior to surgery.
In the final analysis, payment of fees remains the personal responsibility of the patient.