If i want breast implants is there a way you can do payment plans?

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Breast Augmentation Payment Plans

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Care Credit, Alpheon Credit, and credit cards in general will allow you to make payments to pay off the loan. Each has different arrangements and rates based on your credit.

Payment plans?

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Hello! Thank you for your question. Costs of the breast augmentation procedure will certainly vary depending on your geographic location. Things to factor in for the surgery standpoint will be the facility fee, anesthesia fee, surgeon fee, implant cost (saline vs. silicone), other fees (e.g., acellular dermal matrix cost, pain pump, surgical garment, etc.). Typically augmentation with saline implants will be ~$1000 less than with silicone implants and ~$1000 less than shaped, cohesive gel implants. Consultation with plastic surgeons who you are interested in having perform your procedure and satisfied with the photographic results is advised. Financing options can be discussed with each office individually, if they offer, or there are other private institutions and companies such as CareCredit who may be able to assist you, if you qualify. A range of $4000-10000 is reasonable for a standard breast augmentation alone, depending on the factors above, the complexity, surgeon experience, and the implant chosen. Hope these answers help! Best wishes!

Lewis Albert Andres, MD
Scottsdale Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 28 reviews

If i want breast implants is there a way you can do payment plans?

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Thank you for the question.

In our practice, we use Care Credit as well as other companies; they have been used by our patients with no problems.  They do have different rates so please make sure you get all of the information you need prior to signing up with any financing company.

Generally speaking, it is always in patients' best interests to achieve a certain degree of financial stability prior to undergoing elective surgery of any type. Patients should also keep in mind that additional surgery may be necessary in the short or long term, following the primary procedure that is being performed;  this additional surgery may be associated  out-of-pocket expenses. Again, best to achieve a physical, emotional, psychosocial, and financial “stable state” prior to considering elective plastic surgery. Best wishes.

Financing Options Available

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There are financing options available depending on the surgeon and where they practice. Please contact the surgeon you would like to have perform your surgery for further information

Financing Options

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Financing options vary from practice to practice. Some practices will offer internal financing while third party financing is commonly available. We offer CareCredit.

Kris M. Reddy, MD, FACS
West Palm Beach Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 56 reviews

Financing Breast Implants

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Financing is commonly available through a plastic surgeon's office and usually involves a national company such as Care Credit or others that are available for your utilization.

Deason Dunagan, MD
Huntsville Plastic Surgeon

We have a number of payment plans for breast implants.

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There are number of payment plans for breast implants and you could find information on this on our website Aurora Clinics.

Most plastic surgeon will offer similar finance packages and it’s probably best to discuss this with them in person.

Best wishes yours sincerely,

Adrian Richards
Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon
Surgical Director of Aurora Clinics

Financing Breast Augmentation Surgery

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Cosmetic surgery is typically fee for service in that payment is expected at the time of service or more commonly a few weeks before surgery.  There are several large financing companies that offer financing for any cosmetic indication including plastic surgery, dentistry, etc.  The biggest two are Chase Health Advance and CareCredit. You can go online before your consultation to see if you can qualify for the amount you need before even going to the consult if you know the price range for the surgery you are interested in.

Kent V. Hasen, MD
Naples Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 67 reviews

If i want breast implants is there a way you can do payment plans?

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Paying for your cosmetic surgery is an on going question. Of course you can pay with a cash, personal check, or credit/debit card. Over the last 15 years Cosmetic Surgery financing has become a "new" business. Today there are aprox. 5 companies offering this type of unsecured "loans". The most popular are Care Credit, MedLoans, Surgery Loans.com, & CosmetiCredit.com (this one I personally recommend). In a recent review of these "loan" companies it was stated there is a 20 to30% default on the loan, but the % of income still allows them to be profitable. Remember many of these companies charge the surgeon a fee to loan you money for your surgery. Also once signed up your information is sold to data banks, another income stream for these companies.  

Financing Breast Augmentation

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Many Plastic Surgery offices offer financing  for cosmetic surgery. This is usually through an outside source. One of the most common is CareCredit. You can go to their web site at CareCredit.com to find someone that uses them, or simply ask if the office offers financing before making an appointment.

Robert T. Buchanan, MD
Highlands Plastic Surgeon

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