Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Thomas Lintner is not only skilled in performing numerous plastic surgery procedures, he can also help you determine which surgical treatment will help you get the most for your money.
Body sculpting procedures, facial plastic surgeries, breast augmentation with implants, and skin treatments are usually not covered by insurance carriers, but at Advanced Aesthetic Surgery, we do not want the cost of the plastic surgery to hinder you from pursuing your desires for cosmetic surgery. In order to help you with the financing of your plastic surgery, our Marietta and Woodstock practice employs a patient care coordinator who can answer any questions you might have.
Financing Options: Helping You Finance Your Plastic Surgery
Advanced Aesthetic Surgery employs Sabrina Pope, our patient care coordinator who assists plastic surgery patients with financing options.
Applying for financing is easy. Sabrina can help you choose the appropriate plan for your plastic surgery needs. To learn more about financing options, you can email Sabrina at email@example.com, Cora at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Advanced Aesthetic Surgery.
We offer financing options through Prosper Healthcare Lending and Parasail. Both plans enable our patients to make monthly payments that fit within their budget. Parasail searches to help you find the best offer from various lenders, leading to manageable payment plans with fixed interest rates. Prosper Healthcare Lending helps patients borrow money at a low interest rate with no hidden fees.
Below, you can apply for one or both of our available financing options to see which one will work best for you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact our office; we will be happy to help guide you through the process.
Insurance Concerns: Cutting through Insurance Red Tape
Insurance companies consider many cosmetic surgery procedures to be elective surgeries and will not cover them. However, many reconstructive plastic surgery procedures at our practice may be covered by insurance.
If you are a candidate for reconstructive surgery, including breast reconstruction due to cancer, reconstruction due to an injury, or breast reduction to relieve chronic back pain, your insurance carrier may cover some of the expenses. To determine if your planned plastic surgery may be eligible for insurance coverage, contact Cora Robinson at Advanced Aesthetic Surgery. Cora is skilled in dealing with insurance companies, and she can help you find your way through the maze of red tape.
To learn more about financing options, insurance claims, and the procedures offered at Advanced Aesthetic Surgery, schedule a plastic surgery consultation with cosmetic surgeon Thomas B. Lintner, MD, FACS.