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Health Insurance and Financing

Health Insurance and Financing

Published on January 21, 2013 

One of the biggest deterrents to prospective patients planning their plastic surgery procedure, is the question of cost and how they will pay for it. For certain reconstructive procedures, a patients health insurance may cover it, but for most elective cosmetic procedures it will not. As such, many patients find they need to either save for several weeks, months or years to save up to afford the results they seek. This is oftentimes not ideal and Dr. Brenman realizes that. To assist our patients and help them get the results they want sooner, rather than later, our office offers varying financial programs to enable them to pay off their procedure in more manageable increments.

To learn more, contact our office manager and find out what options are available to you.

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