Cosmetic surgery is not covered by insurance, we ask that payment be made prior to your procedure. A small deposit will be collected in order to secure a surgery date, and the balance will be collected two weeks prior to surgery.
What payment options are available?
Payment is accepted in the form of personal check, money order, cashier’s check, cash, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover.
For patients desiring to finance their surgical procedures, we do accept patient financing through the following companies. Click on logos for more information:
Does Dr. Gibby offer financing options?
Yes, we do. If you are interested in financing your surgery, our patient care coordinator will be happy to review the various finance options listed above with you.
Is there a charge for the consultation?
The initial consultation to visit with Dr. Gibby is complimentary.
What if I am unsure after my consultation, can I come back?
Dr. Gibby wants all your questions answered before you decide to have surgery. If you desire to see her again after your initial consultation, you may do so at no additional cost.
How much will the surgery cost?
The cost of surgery is variable, depending on the procedure you select. After your consultation, a fee will be quoted for the procedure, the anesthesia and the operating room facility which will be reviewed with you. Additional fees incurred, may include the cost of prescription medications, medical clearance by your personal physician, interpretation and or performance of lab tests or an unanticipated overnight stay in Medical City Dallas Hospital.
Will my procedure be covered by insurance?
Cosmetic procedures are not covered by insurance. Patients may be interested in procedures that are occasionally covered by some insurance carriers. Writing a letter to request pre-determination and filing the claim is a courtesy that Dr. Gibby extends to her patients. Dr. Gibby is not a provider on any insurance plan and you may not receive full benefits by going out of network. We will be happy to work with you and your insurance company to optimize your benefits; however, all fees are the patient’s responsibility prior to the surgery performed.