Financing Options for Body Lift?
- Asked by jdcall2 in Indianapolis,IN
- 3 years ago
Financing for Surgery
Thank you for your question.
Unfortunately, medical insurance probably won't cover these procedures and if you are unable to get a loan (or someone to co-sign for you), it may be difficult to have the procedures performed. Maybe researching the teaching hospitals near your area to see if they have any options for you.
Best of Luck!
Web reference: http://www.poustiplasticsurgery.com/weightloss.htm
Financing for surgey
Unfortunately the inability to secure a loan because of previous bankruptcy is a problem for you. Insurance does not usually scover this.
Bodylift Financing Options
Unfortunately, the insurance company will only provide medical necessity/coverage for a panniculectomy. This is removal of the abdominal skin apron that hangs below the belly button. A bodylift is a cosmetic surgery procedure that is not covered by health insurance. If you are not a candidate for financing, you may consider approaching a teaching hospital or university medical center to have your procedure performed.
Web reference: http://www.drpaulgill.com
You can always try.....
Body lift surgery is not inexpensive but there are financing options to try. Some are office-based.
John Di Saia MD
Insurance and Body Lift surgery after weight loss
The cost of body lift surgery is considered cosmetic in some situations and medical in others. Speak to your insurance carrier about the requirements for body lift based on medical necessity.
Financing plastic surgery
There are quite a few finance companies out there. In today's economy, people with good credit are being denied financing. It is unlikely that with a bankruptcy you will be approved for financing.
I also would suggest going to a plastic surgery training program to have residents perform your operations.
Financing options for body lift and credit history
I'll try to be honest with you. Why would any financing company risk loaning you funds with your credit history? The risk is too great. Maybe go to a University Plastic Surgery training program for the surgery to be done with residents in training to save $'s. Regards.
As Dr. Placik has said, you should call plastic surgeons who do alot of this surgery and see what they can suggest. You are in a tough spot though because of the bankruptcy in terms of being a good credit risk. The main thing the surgeon would need is to be paid entirely iup front and you then pay somebody else over time after the surgery.
Web reference: http://www.randcosmeticsugery.com
Look for financing options on surgeon's websites
I would visit the websites of surgeons you would consider and search for their financing options online. Many of these complanies allow you to submit an application online as well. Alternatively, some, but not many, surgeons offer in-house financing
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