What is the Cost for Miradry Procedure and is It Covered by Insurance
What is the Cost for miraDry Procedure and is It Covered by Insurance
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Miradry treatment in Los Angeles
Raffy Karamanoukian MD FACS
MiraDry is $3000, out-of-pocket
miraDry is $3000 for two treatments, spaced 3 months apart. It is not covered by insurance. Our practice offers financing through care credit.
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Cost of MiraDry. Is it covered insurance
it typically costs around $3000 for 2 treatments. Individual treatments usually are sold for somewhere between $1500 and $2000 if the patient decides to get only a single treatment.
In some cases for severe hyperhidrosis patients have been known to go for a third treatment.
Best of luck
Chase Lay, MD
Double board-certified facial plastic surgeon
MiraDry Costs-Be sure to Ask whether one or two treatments are covered.
Australian price $3600- application for Medicare rebate underway
The flip side? We are undertaking a request for Medicare to partially pay for this procedure, as they do for BOTOX. The down side? This may take a few years. Remember- Australia is usually the last to have any medical procedures approved by our health care system.
As yet, no medical insurance company covers miraDry in Australia
Dr Davin Lim
MiraDry treatments can save you money in the long run.
Best to you.
MiraDry Cost and Financing
MiraDry is not covered by insurance. Our office charges $3000 for a series of 2 treatments. Care Credit is a type of financing that is offered through our practice.
Dr. Grant Stevens Marina Plastic Surgery Associates Marina del Rey, CA The Institute
We Have Just Reduced Our Price For The miraDry Treatment For Our Summertime Special Offer
For a limited time, we are offering a special price on our miraDry Treatment Package. Our Summer Special price for two miraDry treatments is $2,000.00, all inclusive.
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