Tampa Cosmetic Surgeon Offers Cosmetic Surgery Financing
Tampa, Florida (October 2012) – Financing cosmetic surgery in Tampa just got easier with Castellano Cosmetic Surgery Center’s (www.castellanocosmeticsurgery.com) newest payment option. The clinic now accepts payments via CareCredit, a credit card company that specializes in long-term financing for healthcare services.
With CareCredit, patients can qualify for financing with flexible repayment dates and many fixed-rate, low-interest plans.
“We partnered with CareCredit because the company has an established reputation in this area of financing,” says Dr. Joseph Castellano, founder of Castellano Cosmetic Surgery Center. “After looking at many possible alternatives, I’m confident that we’ve found a financing provider to help our patients fit cosmetic procedures into their budgets.”
Always looking to provide his patients with the best possible service and care, Tampa cosmetic surgeon Dr. Castellano has long believed in making his services affordable by being flexible in the types of payment options accepted. Patients simply scheduled a procedure by making a non-refundable 10% deposit, and then paid the balance two weeks before the procedure date. Castellano Cosmetic Surgery Center already accepts cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover, but now, patients can add CareCredit’s long-term payment options to that list.
“I’ve always believed that choosing cosmetic surgery is a substantial investment in oneself,” adds Dr. Castellano. “My practice works hard to make cosmetic surgery an affordable option so that our patients feel at the end of the day that they have received an exceptional value.”
The CareCredit program offers customers flexible repayment options that include 24, 36, 48 and 60-month terms. Customers can use their approved credit exclusively to pay for various healthcare services, including cosmetic surgery. The credit program is available for all ages, and can be used immediately upon acceptance.
“I look forward to our partnership with CareCredit,” Dr. Castellano said. “CareCredit will make it much easier to afford cosmetic surgery, regardless of the procedure, and patients will now have even more flexible payment options.”