I would like to look in to a loan for body contouring after weight lost. But don't have cosigner or good credit. i've been turned down by care credit already there's medical care credit? but i don't know if care credit turned me down i don't really wanna get turned down again.I don't know if i could face that pain again. what should i do i'm aproacing 30 and i don't wanna be some old ladie looking for plastic surgery i don't wanna be that women . someone please i'm stressed
Looking For Body Contouring After Weight Loss. No Cosigner, Bad Credit. Care Credit Turned Me Down. Options?
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A common first line of attack for patients who have lost weight is a body lift procedure. Most plastic surgeons refer to a body lift as a circumferential body lift = belt lipectomy. This procedure is essentially 3 procedures in one: extended tummy tuck + waist/lateral thigh lift + buttock lift (with the option of buttock augmentation). A physical exam would be needed to make any recommendations. Please visit with a plastic surgeon certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery to learn more about your options.
Options for Surgery with Poor Credit
Some plastic surgery offices can put you through with other finance companies or they may offer in house financing. You will have to call the offices to see if they have other options. I have other options at my office, but I am far away. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
Looking For Body Contouring After Weight Loss. No Cosigner, Bad Credit.
I think you might do well to talk with a finance counselor. I suspect you could repair your credit in a very few years. You may also find a surgeon who will use a layaway plan where you pay what you can afford each month and once all payments are complete you can do the procedure.
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