Payment in full for each visit is due unless financial arrangements have been made.
This office will accept the following instruments for payment of services rendered: Cash, Check, American Express, Discover, MasterCard, and Visa. Optional financing plans are also available. We are happy to assist you with applying for financing should you so desire. We have an excellent relationship with financial programs and can accelerate the approval process for qualified patients.
In order to schedule a procedure and to secure your desired date, we must obtain a $250.00 non-refundable deposit. The remaining balance will be due upon your preoperative visit or two weeks prior to your procedure. The deposit will be applied to your elective procedure, however, if the procedure is cancelled for any reason, this balance is also non-refundable, except in the case of documented emergency or medical disability. If your scheduled date is changed within 3 three weeks of your procedure, an additional $250.00 deposit is required.
If revisionary treatments are desired during the first year, there will be no surgeon’s fee, however, the cost of surgical supplies, facility fee, and anesthesia may be the responsibility of the patient. Any further treatment will reflect the usual procedural fees.
Any lab work required for your elective procedure will be the sole responsibility of the patient.
Overpayments will be processed and refunded to the appropriate party according to generally accepted procedures. Refunds due to the patient/guardian will not be processed and remitted until all active and past due, including bad debt, accounts have been paid. This process generally takes 60 days.
It is our policy to charge a $25.00 fee for all returned checks.
Please be aware that under no circumstances does this office file insurance for elective cosmetic procedures.
This applies regardless of participation in patients plan. We will assist in providing a receipt of services rendered on the day of the surgical procedure. We will not supply a letter of medical necessity. Any reimbursement received by insurance plans will be the patient’s responsibility and for such cosmetic procedures, negotiated rates will not apply.