Financial Preparation

Fees, payment options, and financial matters are discussed during your evaluation appointment to help you prepare for your desired surgery. If you are planning for surgery on the same day as your evaluation, please come prepared with a form of payment, as payment is due on day of service.

Payment options:

We are pleased to offer our patients the following payment options:

  • Cash, checks (with two forms of ID), and credit cards
  • Online payment via PayPal
  • Two-month installment payment plan: An office payment plan available for fees greater than $750.00. A financial agreement form and a major credit card (not a bank card) are required. Your installment payment will be charged automatically to your card, unless other forms of payment have been made on the due date.
  • Extended payment plans (3-60 months): An interest-free option for approved patients. (3-12 month payment plans; 5-10% one time service charge may be applicable depending on the chosen terms.) This monthly payment plan does not require payment at time of service. Prior application and approval is necessary.Click here to Learn more about extended payment plans.


We do not participate with any insurance plans, however we can accommodate most plans, with benefits directly reimbursable to you. We will provide you with the necessary forms and information so you may submit claims for direct reimbursement. Should you desire to pay your insurance co-payment only, we will need to verify your insurance and then submit a claim for you. We are happy to file the forms necessary to see that you receive the full benefits; however, we cannot guarantee any estimated coverage.

You will be reimbursed either by your insurance company or our office, once your claims have been processed. Because the insurance policy is an agreement between you and the insurance company, we ask that all patients be directly responsible for all charges. Please know that we will do everything possible to see that you receive the full benefits of your policy.

If for some reason your insurance company has not paid its portion within 60 days from the start of treatment and you have not paid your fees in total, you will be responsible for payment at that time as indicated on your financial agreement form. You are also responsible for any portion not covered by your insurance plan. Insurance companies pay according to their usual and customary rate, which may be different from our fees.

Our financial coordinator will review with you our fees and your available benefits during your evaluation. Your benefit information is obtained directly from your insurance company and we are not responsible for their compliance during the processing phase. A pre-estimate form may be sent to your insurance company if you want to know exactly what your benefits will be.