I am considering Breast Augmentation, I am 34 A want to get 34 C. I have $1200 for down payment, but my credit is bad. Is Financing Available for Breast Augmentation in Las Vegas?
Breast augmentation financing bad credit
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Payment Plans through Care Credit
In my office patients use Care Credit. They offer a variety of payment plans, some have zero interest for 6 months. Care Credit also offers extended payment plans. Another company we use is Chase Health Care Advance. Both have websites you can visit.
Web reference: http://www.carecredit.com
Care credit is an option for financing
There are several optiomns for finacing plastic surgery in Las Vegas. At Hankins and Sohn Plastic Suergry Associates we work with many of the surgery finacing companies. If you are still interested, please contact the office and we can help you with these options.
Beware of scams
In this environment of tightened credit, we see many patients with decent FICA scores being either turned down and/or getting less credit towards their surgery. There are also programs that will entice you to come in offering that noone will be turned down, but when you read the fine line your interest rate is so high in some cases that you are better off saving your money instead of paying almost double for your surgery once you figure in interest.
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Breast Implants - Fianancing
Hi china0810 in Las Vegas,
Financing is variable, as are the costs of the procedures themselves. You'll need to see a few plastic surgeons in your area to get an idea of what the costs will be, and then explore financing.
As you probably know, the entire world of finance has contracted significantly in the last few years, and there are many fewer options for this, and other uses of money. It's MUCH harder to finance procedures than it was 10 or even 5 years ago. So whether or not you'll be able to is hard to say.
Good luck, though, and I hope this has helped.
Web reference: Http://www.bodysculpture.com
This option has become increasingly popular, but the options have become fewer as credit has tightened.
Consider waiting until you have the money saved, rather than going out on a limb for an elective cosmetic procedure. If you are financially stressed, you will rob yourself of the gratification you deserve from this important event in your life.
Breast Augmentation Financing
If you have credit concerns, I would recommend that you wait to have cosmetic surgery. Going into debt for a cosmetic procedure is not something I would advise any patient to do. Save your money until you can reach a point where you can pay for your procedure in cash. In the end, you will not only be happy with your breasts, but you will feel great knowing that you were able to have your surgery debt free!
Financing for breast augmentation
Hi China0810 - Yes, financing is available but it may be difficult to get with bad credit. With the economy in its current state, creditors are hesitant to give money to people with poor credit scores. The amount you have saved up is a good start. So, keep on saving and if you pay in cash you may get a discount on your costs. Good luck!
Web reference: http://www.DrSchreiberPlasticSurgery.com
Financing for Breast Augmentation is possible
Many patients seek financing for their breast augmentations. Some plastic surgeons offer "in-house" financing, but more use a third party (for example, CareCredit which is owned by GE). If your credit rating is poor, you probably are going to have difficulty. You can go to the CareCredit website and find out in a matter of minutes if you qualify with them.
Financing is available in Las Vegas if you qualify
Financing is tighter now globally but if you call my office here in Las Vegas my staff can help you review your options. You can do this by calling 702-248-8989. The basic finance options are available at many practices.
Web reference: http://www.medwardsmd.com/plasticsurgery_questions1.html
There are financing companies that can help. You may need someone to co-sign. Another option is to save up until you have enough money to pay for the implants. Some teaching programs through University plastic surgery departments may offer discounted prices if you allow a senior resident to perform the surgery. You could look into that.
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