Each patient is unique, and therefore the cost of each plastic surgery varies. After our surgeons have a thorough understanding of your needs, we can formulate the best possible treatment plan, in addition to accurate pricing. Our knowledgeable staff can also help determine if you are eligible for health insurance coverage.
Most health insurance policies do not cover the cost of plastic surgery procedures if they are performed for aesthetic reasons. However, if plastic surgery is performed to correct a medical condition or for reconstructive purposes, your insurance company may cover a portion of or the total cost of your surgery.
- most UPMC
- most Aetna
- Health America
- most UnitedHealthcare
We understand that today’s health insurance can have extremely high deductibles. We are willing to work with those patients who decide to not use their insurance for a medical procedure such as mole removal. For these types of procedures, we can offer discounted pricing
Excess skin on the upper eyelid is so heavy that it is obstructing your vision (eyelid surgery). A nasal airway blockage or obstruction that is causing breathing problems (rhinoplasty/septoplasty). Large breasts are causing neck, shoulder, or back problems (breast reduction) Breast reconstruction, following a mastectomy or lumpectomy for either breast reconstruction or to achieve symmetry in an unaffected breast.
Many patients prefer to pay for the cost of their plastic surgery treatment over a period of a few months to a couple of years. These patients may be interested in applying for plastic surgery financing. Our trained staff can help you apply for a financing plan through CareCredit®. If you are approved, we will review the terms of your policy with you so you can decide the best payment option.