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How Can I Pay for Cosmetic Surgery?


August 10, 2018

If you want to buy a house, you take out a mortgage. If you want to go to college, you take out student loans. If you want to buy a car, you take out a car loan. But what do you do if you want to get cosmetic surgery?

Unfortunately, most cosmetic surgeries are considered elective procedures, meaning insurance won’t cover them because they’re not medically necessary. But don’t think that all hope is lost just yet! There are many, cost-effective ways to pay for the surgery of your dreams.

Personal Credit Cards

Paying via credit card can be a very affordable way to finance your surgery and can even help you maintain or build credit. Here at Wall Street Cosmetic Surgery, we accept VISA, MasterCard, and American Express.

Personal Loan

Because bank loans have a fixed interest rate, you can be sure that your interest won’t suddenly skyrocket a year or two after your procedure. Plus, having loans can also improve your credit score (so long as you always pay them on time and in full!).

Medical Loan

Doctor’s offices and other third party lenders, like brokers, can also give you a loan for certain medical expenses. If you have a low credit score and are having trouble securing a loan from a bank, this is a great option.

Save, Save, Save

It’s not exactly the answer many people want to hear, but it’s one of the best ones out there. While yes, your savings will drastically decrease at once, it’s the best option in the long run because you won’t have to pay any interest.  

A Payment Plan

We understand that saving can take a while, which is why we offer patients of wall Street Cosmetic Surgery financing options. With no up-front costs or pre-payment penalties, this helps people get the procedure of their dreams years earlier than if they saved for it.


For more information on all things cosmetic surgery and pricing, give Wall Street Cosmetic Surgery a call at (212) 344-0496 or visit us online!



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118 Glen Cove Road, Roslyn Heights, NY 11577

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