BHP notes that, because many of their clients’ questions often pertain to the affordability and financing of procedures, they have taken conscious steps toward helping patients afford the procedures that they are seeking out.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 18, 2015
According to an article published August 13 in The Street, patients seeking out plastic surgery are becoming increasingly willing to save money and put off other large purchases such as vacations or weddings to pay for their procedures. The article, which discussed data aggregated from cosmetic procedure review and discussion website RealSelf.com, showed that 44 percent of all patients surveyed “delayed at least one big purchase or life event, in order to have money for altering their appearance.”
According to Southern California medical group Beverly Hills Physicians (BHP), this idea of saving up for a plastic surgery procedure is nothing new. BHP notes that, because many of their clients’ questions often pertain to the affordability and financing of procedures, they have taken conscious steps toward helping patients afford the procedures that they are seeking out:
- Consultants – Beverly Hills Physicians explains that they have a team of consultants that are dedicated to working with any patients who may have concerns about the cost of a procedure. With the help of their financing partner, CareCredit, Beverly Hills Physicians notes that many patients have been able to work out a payment plan that works within their budget to get them the procedure that they desire without breaking the bank. While many patients are inclined to believe that they cannot afford a procedure, BHP notes that there have been countless patients just like them who have been able to achieve their surgery goals with the guidance of a BHP consultant.
- Promotions – In addition to benefiting from the year-long work of BHP's consultants, patients can also benefit from BHP’s seasonal promotions that make certain procedures available to all patients at a discounted rate. While specific offers may vary based on the month or the season, BHP is currently offering discounts including saline breast augmentation for $4,900 in addition to a Liquid Lift procedure for only $1,500. While these specific discounts expire at the end of August, 2015, BHP reminds patients to look out for a new promotion after the current ones expire.
Beverly Hills Physicians believes that costs should not hold patients back from reaching their goals, but they are realistic about the costs of many procedures, and therefore work to make procedures available to patients on a budget. Any patients curious about the cost of a specific procedure, or those who want more information about financing options with Beverly Hills Physicians, can call the medical group today at 800-788-1416 or visiting it online at http://www.beverlyhillsphysicians.com.