At Brian M. Brown, MD., Inc., we accept most common forms of payment including Cash, Check, Debit, FSA, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.

We want to assist you in making sure that finances don’t stand in the way of your health care, we understand there may be times there may be more significant payments due, that’s why we proudly offer and accept *Alphaeon Credit as well as Care Credit. Both Alphaeon Credit and Care Credit allow our patients the flexibility to pay their co-payments, deductibles, co-insurance, also when buying glasses, contact lenses, and sunglasses. As well as for BOTOX®  JUVÉDERM®and Pellevé treatments.

SELF-PAY FINANCIAL POLICY

In the event, your insurance is not contracted with us, and you wish to been care for by one of our physicians, the following is a list of office fees and services:

We will gladly accept your Alphaeon Credit and Care Credit card for any and all services we offer.

Health Savings Account (HSA)

Most insurance companies consider refractive surgery an elective procedure, meaning that insurance doesn’t typically cover the cost. Fortunately, there are a number of financing or other payment options available that allow you to pay for medical procedures like LASIK/PRK or Premium Lens Implants on a pre-tax basis. Establishing a Health Savings Account (HSA) is one popular option, in part because it can help save. Like many patients, you can use HSA funds to pay for many refractive procedures.

What Is a Health Savings Account?

A Health Savings Account is “a tax-exempt trust or custodial account that you set up with a qualified HSA trustee to pay or reimburse certain medical expenses you incur.”  the IRS. Instead, you work with an HSA trustee like an insurance company, bank, or someone who’s been certified by the IRS to set up HSAs. You can use HSA funds tax-free to pay for certain medical expenses, and you may be able to claim tax deductions on the funds that you deposit into your HSA.

Can Health Savings Accounts Be Used for Refractive Eye Surgery?

Yes! The funds from your HSA can be used to pay for a refractive surgery.

What Else Should I Know about Health Savings Accounts?

Since it takes time to set up an HSA and make contributions, it may be a good idea to get a head-start on your HSA if you’re planning on having laser eye surgery. An HSA can be used to pay for a variety of medical needs in addition to LASIK eye surgery, and unlike with some other tax-friendly savings options, HSA funds do roll over from one year to the next. Your HSA also follows you from one employer to the next, so you don’t have to worry about losing funds if you switch jobs.

Are you ready to learn more?

Just pick up the phone and call 562-904-1989 to schedule your complimentary LASIK/PRK consultation, or complete the LASIK/PRK consultation form on our website. During your consultation, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about laser eye surgery, discuss payment options – such as using your HSA for LASIK/PRK – apply for Alphaeon Credit- and a member of our experienced team is here to answers to your questions about LASIK and PRK.

 

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