Cosmetic Surgery Northern Virginia | Financing
We offer many payment options for the convenience of our plastic surgery patients. We accept cash, check and credit cards. We can also assist you in arranging patient financing for plastic surgery when you come in for your free consultation at either our Chevy Chase, Maryland or Northern Virginia office. Our financing options follow.
WE ACCEPT THESE CREDIT CARDS:
- American Express
PLASTIC SURGERY PATIENT FINANCING
Your desire to improve your appearance should not be limited by financial obstacles. At the Center for Plastic Surgery, we can help you to obtain pre-approval for a no or low-interest monthly payment plan. Our aim is to provide you with many financing options, including monthly payment plans ranging from 6-24 months.
We’re pleased to offer our patients the CareCredit® card, North America’s leading patient payment program. CareCredit lets you begin your treatments immediately—then pay for it over time with convenient monthly payments that fit easily into your budget. Now you don’t have to save up for years to finally get the treatments you’ve always wanted.
HEALTH INSURANCE OFTEN COVERS RECONSTRUCTION
Breast reconstruction following a mastectomy almost always is covered by health insurance policies. The passing of The U.S. Women’s Health and Cancer Rights Act (WHCRA) in 1998 provides important protection to women who choose to have breast reconstruction following a mastectomy. In fact, in some states, insurance companies and health maintenance organizations (HMO) are required by law to cover this procedure.
Coverage usually includes all phases of breast reconstruction, including multiple stages and the nipple/areolar reconstruction. Unfortunately, not all insurance companies will cover opposite-breast surgery, particularly opposite-breast augmentation and mastopexy. More companies tend to cover opposite-breast reduction.
Prior to any medical procedure, it is important that you contact your insurance provider for your specific coverage information. Coverage and pre-approval requirements will vary depending upon your insurance company or HMO and your level of coverage.