At Freed Plastic Surgery, we understand that it can be difficult to pay up front for a cosmetic procedure. That is why we work with various companies that offer plastic surgery financing with low monthly payments so that cosmetic surgery can be a reality and not just a dream.
What procedures can I finance?
We receive the most inquiries about breast augmentation financing and tummy tuck financing, but it’s possible to finance any of our procedures, including payment plans for liposuction, eyelid surgery, breast reduction, and more.
Many patients are asking specifically about breast implant financing and whether the specific implant types and procedure they choose can be covered by financing. In most cases, the answer is yes making it easy to get set up with a breast implant payment plan!
Can I take out plastic surgery loans through your office?
Freed Plastic Surgery doesn’t provide cosmetic surgery loans directly, but we work closely with great companies like CareCredit and Alphaeon to provide you with financing.
Is Financing Easy?
Financing plastic surgery can be easy! It is quick to apply at both CareCredit and Alphaeon and there are a variety of plastic surgery payment plans to choose from, depending on the term and monthly payment you choose. Most plans don’t have pre-payment penalties and low-interest rates are available.
Who Offers Cosmetic Surgery Financing?
Companies like CareCredit and Alphaeon are taking the beauty industry by storm, making it easier to have cosmetic procedures.
What Else Do I Need to Know About Cosmetic Surgery Financing?
Please keep in mind that we do not offer every program that is available on the financing websites so once you receive approval please contact our office and discuss the various plans with our Patient Coordinator. Our patient coordinator would be happy to answer any further questions you may have at any time.
Next Steps For Plastic Surgery Financing
- Apply directly to CareCredit and Alphaeon Credit.
- Receive approval
- Contact our office at (530) 885-4151 to discuss the plans you were approved for with our Patient Coordinator and schedule your procedure.