Payment of Balance
Deposit and When Payment is Due
To schedule and hold a cosmetic surgery date or an office procedure date, a nonrefundable $250 deposit is required. For in-office procedures like Micro-Needling, VI Peels, Scar Revisions and Mole Excision. For cosmetic surgical procedures, a nonrefundable deposit of 25% of the total surgery cost is required to hold a surgery date. Deposits not applied to the proposed procedure(s) within 1 year will be forfeited. We do not accept financing for this portion of the surgical fee. This amount is deducted from the total surgery fee. Payment for your procedure by any payment method is due in full 10 business days prior to your surgery date. This may coincide with your preoperative appointment. We provide several payment options which may be used individually or combined according to your needs.
We accept cash or credit only. NO CHECKS of any kind are accepted. Credit options include Debit Card, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. We also work with third party patient financing plans for which you must apply ahead of time.
Optional Financing Plans
To apply for financing, we provide these options:
- CareCredit®: We offer our patients the option to secure financing through CareCredit. The CareCredit card is just as easy to use as a regular credit card and is North America’s leading healthcare payment program. Apply for financing with CareCredit using the company’s online form.
- ALPHAEON™ CREDIT provides payment options to help you be your best you! Currently Dr. Baumholtz is offering a six-month 0% interest plan as well as a set monthly payment plan. Apply today at www.alphaeon.com/credit.
**All discounts, incentives or promotions cannot be applied when financing any portion of the surgical balance.**
Most aesthetic surgery procedures are considered elective and are not covered by insurance.
Once services are rendered or products sold, there are no refunds. Surgery and nonsurgical procedures come with no warranty (guaranteed or implied) of any certain result. Perceived lack of improvement in one’s condition does not translate into or equal any type of refund.