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The equation y=x means that y IS EQUAL to x!Therefore what ever value of y will be equal to x at any point in your graph. Remember that x is an independent. show more The equation y=x means that y IS EQUAL to x!Therefore what ever value of y will be equal to x at any point in your graph. Remember that x is an independent value and y is a dependent value, meaning that the value of y is dependent on the value of x where as the value of x is NOT dependent on y.
Now, to plot your graph of y=x; simply draw your y and your x axis (like a L shape) where your y axis is your vertical line and your x axis your horizontal line. Label your axis and put some numbers like you would have if you were drawing a number line. Preferably use small numbers ( whole numbers like 0,1,2,3,4,5,6. ) but don t make it too long. Remember that 0 (zero) is your point of origin, that is where your y and x axis meet. You will use points to plot your graph and a point is made up of a y and x value, that is a point will the (x;y). So put any number of x in your equation and read the equation substitutedd, for instance if you choose x=0 you equation will become y=0 because x is now 0 right? Move on to x=1;x=2;x=3 and so on and substitute in the same manner as in the example I made. Now, you have created points for your graph, and your points will be (0;0); (1;1) ;(2;2);(3;3) and so on. Now simply put this points in your axis you have created and join then all together starting from the origin (0;0). Your graph should the a straight line and must have an arrow at the end showing that it is continuous. If you take a compass and measure the angle of the line you have just drawn with the x-axis you will find that the angle is 45 degrees.
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For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/avUbV To graph a linear equation, you only need at least two points. You just assign values. show more For the best answers, search on this site https://shorturl.im/avUbV

To graph a linear equation, you only need at least two points. You just assign values to x and solve for the corresponding y. Example: y = x – 2 When x = 0, then y = 0 – 2 = -2. This means that the point (0,-2) is a point on the line. To get another point, substitute x by another number, preferrably near or close to your first x value, say x = 2. When x = 2, y = 2 – 2 = 0. This is the point (2, 0). You now have two points (0, -2) and (2, 0). Plot these points on the cartesian plane (the guy above gives the directions how to plot points) and draw a straight line connecting these points. Put arrowheads at each end of the line. You now have the graph of the equation y = x – 2.

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This is very easy, so don’t worry about it. Since Y=X, then X=Y. I’m sure you know how to graph & that you must have a value for every Y & X coordinate at. show more This is very easy, so don t worry about it. Since Y=X, then X=Y. I m sure you know how to graph that you must have a value for every Y X coordinate at the same time. Since Y + X, they also have the same or equal value.

Then, on a graph, you start at your point (0,0). When you move up for Y, you move the same distance to the right for the value of X. You can also move down or negative for the value of Y, then you will move left or negative for the value of X.

This will give you a line that goes through the starting point (0,0). This line will be on a 45 degree angle, since the line will always be equal distance for both the Y X axis on your graph because their values are always equal.

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Q. What aviation mechanic certificates and ratings are issued by FAA?
A: The FAA issues a mechanic certificate with an Airframe rating (A), or a Powerplant rating (P), or both (A P) ratings to qualified applicants and also an Inspection Authorization (I A) which qualifies mechanics the privilege of performing certain inspections on aircraft.

Q. Can I obtain the necessary experience and skill to qualify for a mechanic certificate and rating(s) without attending an FAA certificated aviation maintenance technician (mechanic) school?
A: Yes. You can obtain the necessary experience and skill by obtaining employment with any facility engaged in the construction, maintenance, and/or alteration of aircraft, powerplants, and/or appliances.

Q. Will my experience as a non-certificated mechanic or repairman in a repair station be qualifying
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A: Yes, providing the experience was on United States registered airframes, powerplants, or both.

Q. What are the requirements for a mechanic certificate (license)?
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Q. I wish to prepare for the FAA mechanic tests by taking an online or correspondence courses during my spare time.
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Q: How long does this process take?
A: If you have your qualification documentation, your visit to the FAA will take usually less than 30 minutes.
To study for the written tests depends on your own study habits but generally two weeks per section.
If you attend a training/prep school, usually it will take 7-14 days for all three written tests. The final step is taking your oral and practical exam. This is an all day test (8 hours +).

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Written tests — $60-175 each
Oral and Practical Examination — $300-$800

Q. What is the difference between an FAA certificate and a license?
A: No difference. The FAA mechanic certificate is frequently referred to as a license.

Q: Can more than one person take the oral and practical examination at the same time?
A: No. Only one person may take the examination at a time.

Q: What do I bring for an Oral and Practical exam?
A: 1. Drivers License or other form of ID.
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3. Graduation certificate if a graduate of a Part 147 school.
4. Written test results (make a copy for yourself).
5. Airframe or powerplant certificate if you are testing for an additional rating.
6. Payment for the examiner.

Q: What happens if I fail the oral and practical examination?
A: If you attended a training school, usually they will re-examine you for free. If you fail, it is up to the mechanic examiner. Some charge full fee, some have reduced rates. Clear this question up when scheduling your oral and practical examination.

Q. If an applicant fails any part of the written or oral and practical test(s), how soon may he/she apply for a retesting?
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Q: What happens if I fail one of the written tests?
A: You must get a mechanic to sign your failing written test results that you have received additional instruction. Each testing center has different prices for retaking a written test. If you attend a training school, usually they will do this for free. Clear this question up when scheduling your written tests.

Q: Do I have to go to the FAA? Can I call and mail my documents to the FAA?
A: No. You must personally appear with your documents and positive identification.

Q: Why are there three (3) written tests and only two (2) ratings, Airframe and Powerplant?
A: The General written test must be taken with either Airframe or Powerplant. You only have to take the General test one time. If you get your Airframe now and later add your Powerplant, you do not have to retake the General written test.

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A: Sometimes, if you can show the need for a U.S. license. Are there U.S. registered aircraft in your country that you would be required to work on? If so, chances are good. Click on question to mechanic examiner, tell your country and what type of airplanes you will be working on. He will give you more details. Please Note: Please Note: To test for a airframe and powerplant license, the FAA requires that you speak, read and write english and that courses and test will be given in the english language.

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A: A foreign applicant who graduated from an FAA approved aviation maintenance technician (mechanic) school must present an appropriate graduation certificate or certificate of completion.

The ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language.

Positive identification (i.e. passport).

A signed and detailed original statement from their employer substantiating the specific type of maintenance performed and duration of each.

A detailed statement obtained from the foreign airworthiness authority of the country in which the experience was gained or from an advisor of the International Civil Aviation Organization that will validate the applicant’s experience.

All documents presented to the inspector or advisor must be signed, dated originals, and traceable to the initiator.

If located outside the United States, a foreign applicant (without a certificate of graduation or completion) must show the following at the time of the application.

Proof that he worked on U.S. registered aircraft or for a U.S. carrier.

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All documents presented to the inspector or advisor must be signed, dated originals, and traceable to the initiator.

NOTE: Applicants are not required to read, write, speak, and understand the English language if employed outside the United States by a U.S. carrier; however, mechanic certificates issued to foreign applicants who are not fluent in the English language shall be endorsed Valid Only Outside the United States .


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First of all, I am a little confused, as in all my work I have never seen a laptop with more than one CD drive. I will go on the assumption that one is. show more First of all, I am a little confused, as in all my work I have never seen a laptop with more than one CD drive. I will go on the assumption that one is external.

If they both stopped working at the same time, then it is almost certainly a Windows software problem. I have seen something like this before, and it is somewhat rare. I do not have the information on how to fix it, and if I find it I will update this entry.

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2) Back up your data, and perform a System Restore back to before the problem started happening. Then keep a close eye on what changes are made that might cause this to happen again. WARNING: This may cause files to be lost. Backing up data is critical.

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Next time don t buy a Dell, they use refurbished parts, that s why they have problems like the ones you are experiencing. The disc drive just. show more Next time don t buy a Dell, they use refurbished parts, that s why they have problems like the ones you are experiencing.

The disc drive just went bad, maybe the laser. Call Dell and tell them to fix it fo ya.

You could also open up the disc tray and look at where the laser is sitting. when you open up the tray you ll see this square silver metal piece with a little circular lens. that s the laser that reads the disc. That should sit close to the center of the CD, sometimes if your laptop gets jostled around the box could move out towards the outside of the CD and not read discs. This happened to my friends laptop, so what i did was push the box and click it back into position where it was all the way back to the center. but make sure you DON T TOUCH THE LENS. otherwise it ll be broken forever. I hope that helps.

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Go through Control Panel, find the Add Hardware, in the list find the DVD-CD drive and try to uninstall the drive. then restart the laptop and try to. show more Go through Control Panel, find the Add Hardware, in the list find the DVD-CD drive and try to uninstall the drive. then restart the laptop and try to play a CD or DVD, you don t have to install anything, just play the CD. if it keeps giving you trouble, you have to take it to get fix. I had the same problem, the first few times I uninstall the hardware and then played a CD, it worked. then a few weeks later it kept happening, so I took it in for a tune-up. Good Luck.

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hmm i m not the best with lap tops. Most Techs outside the actual company hate to work on them. so complicated. I would call DELL or go to DELL.com. show more hmm i m not the best with lap tops. Most Techs outside the actual company hate to work on them. so complicated.

I would call DELL or go to DELL.com and chat with a tech person. Your cd-dvd drive might be malfunctioning. Try another cd-dvd also.

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IVF Stimulation Cycles

Unlike IUI cycles, which take place over the course of one month using gonadotropins to stimulate the ovaries to produce one to three eggs, many IVF cycles take place over a two month time span. Additional medications may precede ovarian stimulation with higher doses of gonadotropins for a longer period of time in order to obtain a greater number of eggs to be retrieved and exposed to sperm in the ART laboratory to create embryos for transfer to the uterus.

Each fertility center has its own protocols for IVF stimulation and physicians choose the protocol that they believe will optimize ovarian response for each patient based on her individual clinical situation. Patient age, diagnosis and previous response to stimulation are all considered. The following is a general description of a typical ART stimulation protocol. Your doctor or nurse will discuss your protocol with you and give you specific instructions regarding medication dose and schedule. IVF stimulation protocols start with your period. You will need to contact your physician or nurse on the first day of your period for specific instructions. These protocols are used for women doing IVF with their own eggs and for women who are Egg Donors.

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Many physicians will use the first month of the IVF cycle to quiet the ovaries in order to have control during the second month of stimulation. This may involve taking birth control pills starting cycle day 3 for 12 to 28 days.

The GnRH agonist, leuprolide acetate or Lupron, is used to suppress the ability of the pituitary gland to release follicle stimulating hormone FSH and leutinizing hormone LH. This means that the ovaries will not be able to make an egg or ovulate without taking gonadotropins. This works well for IVF cycles so that gonadotropins can be given to recruit a good number of follicles containing eggs without the risk that a spontaneous LH surge would cause ovulation before egg retrieval. There are several ways to use leuprolide acetate/Lupron in IVF stimulation protocols. Your physician will choose the protocol that will optimize your response. Protocols include:

Lupron Down Regulation or Luteal Phase Protocol

This is one of the most commonly used IVF stimulation protocols. Leuprolide acetate/Lupron is generally started somewhere between cycle day 17 and 22 (the luteal phase) of the cycle before your stimulation. This may or may not be used in addition to birth control pills. Subcutaneous injections of 10 to 20 units are usually taken in the evening for 10 to 14 days. An ultrasound and bloodwork are done to confirm that the ovaries are quiet and the estrogen level is low before stimulation is started. Injections continue at a lower dose, 5 to 10 units, along with gonadotropin injections in the stimulation phase. Once there are enough mature follicles and a high enough estradiol level, both leuprolide acetate/Lupron and gonadotropins are discontinued and a single injection of hCG is taken on a particular day at a specific time that is determined by the scheduled egg retrieval day and time. HCG injections are generally given 32 to 34 hours before scheduled egg retrieval.

Mini Dose Protocol

This protocol can be used if there is concern about ovarian response. Leuprolide acetate/Lupron is started in the cycle before stimulation as above at a dose of 5 to 10 units for 10 to 14 days with or without birth control pills. Once an ultrasound and bloodwork confirms quiet ovaries stimulation with gonadotropins begins and the leuprolide is discontinued.

This is another protocol that can be used when there is concern about ovarian response. Leuprolide acetate/Lupron is started on day 2 of the cycle and gonadotropins may be started at the same time or a day or two later. The dose is usually 10 units each day until the time of the hCG injection.

Lupron Microdose Protocol

Some physicians prefer this protocol for women who do not respond well to other protocols. Birth control pills are usually taken for 21 days in the cycle before stimulation. An ultrasound and blood test are done to confirm quiet ovaries. Full strength leuprolide acetate/Lupron is diluted at the pharmacy so that 10 units now contain 40 mcg of the drug rather than the usual dose. 10 units of this dilute preparation are taken each morning and evening as directed and gonadotropins are taken each morning and evening starting the morning of the third or fourth day until it is time for hCG and egg retrieval.

GnRH antagonists can also be used in IVF stimulation protocols to prevent an LH surge. These drugs, Ganirelix Acetate and Cetrotide, work immediately to suppress the pituitary from releasing LH and FSH. They are started during the stimulation phase of the IVF cycle, during gonadotropin stimulation and before there is a risk of an LH surge. Some physicians start these on a particular day in the stimulation phase and others wait until the biggest follicle is a specific size or there is a specific estradiol level. The first subcutaneous injection is usually taken in the evening and then it may be given morning or evening every day until HCG for egg retrieval. Both Ganirelix acetate and Cetrotide come in 0.25 mg taken every 24 hours and Cetrotide also comes as a 3 mg long acting dose that is taken once and supplemented with the daily dose if longer stimulation is needed.

The ovaries are stimulated with either an FSH product (Gonal-F, Follistim, Bravelle) or an FSH product in combination with a product that also contains LH (Luveris, Repronex, Menopur) to develop many follicles containing eggs which will be retrieved and exposed to sperm in the ART laboratory. The gonadotropin and the dosage are determined by a many factors including physician preference, insurance guidelines, patient age, diagnosis and previous response patterns. Some women take their gonadotropins once a day, others twice a day. Most are given subcutaneously (SC) but in some cases they are given intramuscularly(IM).

Most women take gonadotropins for 3 to 5 days and then have an ultrasound and blood test to evaluate their response. At this point the dosage may stay the same, increase or decrease and another ultrasound and blood test will be scheduled within 1 to 3 days. Stimulation often takes 10 to 13 days. This process continues until there are enough follicles of a good size and a high enough estradiol level to proceed to egg retrieval. At that time all stimulation protocol medications are discontinued and a single injection of an hCG product (Ovidrel, Novarel, Pregnyl, generic HCG) is given 32 to 34 hours prior to egg retrieval. This injection causes the eggs to mature and be retrieved from the ovaries.

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What is a better fit for me? A classic Masters degree or an MBA? We hear this question all the time at Access Masters events .

It is perhaps the most important question to ask for someone who wishes to delve deeper or go wider in their knowledge of business and finance.

And when we say deeper or wider, we actually have something in mind.

As the folks from GMAC explain the MBA is a generalist programme that provides management and leadership skills with a lesser focus in one area.

The Masters in Finance, on the other hand, is “very technical”, with a strict focus on the subject matter.

Simply put, the MiF will make a you a great professional while also kick-starting your career, while the MBA will make you a great manager once you’ve already gained some work experience.

Therefore, if you want to attain a narrow specialisation that would make you a desirable recruit for your first or second job, you’re better off with a Masters in Finance, and if you aim to acquire a wide scope of soft managerial skills and already have the needed experience, an MBA is probably the better choice.

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Financing Plastic Surgery: Monthly Payments?

There are many financing companies out there, but like most responders, we have found CareCredit is reputable and very popular.

Care Credit works like a credit card with a revolving line of credit.

EFFECTIVE 4/10/09 CAPITAL ONE IS NO LONGER FINANCING HEALTH CARE.

Of course, your loan will depend on your credit history verified by a credit check.

Another option is to ask your doctor if you can make payments to them. Once you’ve reached the full amount due, you can have surgery.

Financing your Surgery: Body Contouring, Breast Surgery, Plastic Surgery

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There are many companies that finance plastic surgery procedures. In general, the options are in-house financing, if available in your surgeon’s office, or commercial lending institutions.

Discuss the options for financing with your physician’s office and confirm that the physician’s office uses reputable lenders such CareCredit, Capital One, or Surgery Loans.

With the economy taking a downturn, we are seeing more of our patients financing.

January 2nd, 2009

You are not alone wanting plastic surgery but having to take the next step to somehow afford the procedure(s). With the economy taking a downturn, we are seeing more of our patients financing.

CapitalOne and Care Credit represent two of the most frequently used finance companies and they have been reputable over the years. On a less frequent basis, we have seen a few of our patients using their personal credit cards, but PLEASE be aware of the terms of the loan, interest rates, etc.

Do not bite off more than you can chew! Take a good look at your budget and be practical. There are times where I advise my patients to split the procedures up and do the most important one first. And, there are times where it is best to wait until you are financially on more solid ground. Be prudent and be sensible.

There are many financing options available.

January 17th, 2009

There are many financing options for plastic surgery available. However, please make sure that you can afford the surgery/payments. Just because someone will give you credit, you should still make sure that it is reasonable for your budget. I often tell patients to make sure that they have funds available for twice the cost of the surgery. This makes sure that you will not run into problems if you end up being off work longer than expected or have some other expense that you were not planning on. Plastic surgery should be an enjoyable process for you. Financing just helps make the process easier. Good luck with your surgery.

Payment plans abound

January 5th, 2009

Care Credit is the financing plan approved by the American Society of Plastic Surgery.

Financing Plastic Surgery: Monthly Payments?

February 13th, 2015

Thank you for the question.

In our practice, we use Care Credit as well as other companies; they have been used by our patients with no problems. They do have different rates so please make sure you get all of the information you need prior to signing up with any financing company.

Generally speaking, it is always in patients’ best interests to achieve a certain degree of financial stability prior to undergoing elective surgery of any type. Patients should also keep in mind that additional surgery may be necessary in the short or long term, following the primary procedure that is being performed; this additional surgery may be associated out-of-pocket expenses. Again, best to achieve a physical, emotional, psychosocial, and financial “stable state” prior to considering elective plastic surgery. Best wishes.

Plastic surgery financing

November 27th, 2009

Many different practices will use varying types of financing for plastic surgery. I use several companies, though I council patients that you may find a better interest rate on one of your credit cards rather than some financing programs, depending on your credit.

Additionally, remember that elective plastic surgery is exactly that- elective. I do not recommend patients getting into severe debt to afford cosmetic surgery — don’t let anybody pressure you into having surgery that you cannot afford!

Yes, 12 months interest free financing for breast implant in Atlanta

August 14th, 2009

We can arrange 12 month interest free financing for patients with good credit. This is determined by the credit company. It is for any type of surgery the patient wants and is available for multiple operations.

Financing is a viable option to make monthly payments on elective surgery

January 7th, 2009

Financing surgery is a viable option for many patients. If you think about it, very few people are able to make large purchases with cash. Therefore, there are many options to pay for your cosmetic surgery with reputable financing companies including Care Credit, Surgery Loans and Health One Financial.

My best advice is to research your options thoroughly and choose a practice that proactively helps provide you with your payment and financing options.

Keep in mind when you consider financing any purchase the terms and patient interest rates. You’ve done a lot of careful research selecting your plastic surgeon, please make sure the decision to finance with a particular company is a careful one as well.

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December 21st, 2008

Plastic Surgeons pay for plastic surgery financing programs. The charge to the plastic surgeon can be10% or more. This include surgeon’s fee, OR fee’s,anesthisia fees, pain control devices, garments, etc. Why would a plastic surgeon be willing to hand over a percentage of the overall cost of surgery?

I am strongly against plastic surgery financing programs, and I have never offered them in my practice. Most, if not all, plastic surgery financing plans are not only a bad idea but also a bad deal for many patients – in some ways that are easily apparent but in other ways that are not as obvious. The most obvious way in which these plans are unfavorable and therefore undesirable is their terms, which often are interest-free for as long as a year, but that revert to an interest rate comparable to a high interest rate credit card (i.e. an APR of 20% or more) if a patient misses or is late on a single payment.
A recent Nee York Times Article – Google it – discussed the dangers of plastic surgery financing. One very interesting part of the article was when a reported asked the doctors if they would use these programs for themselves or their family members. The physicians asked answered “no”

I want to do everything possible to help my patients and to make every part of plastic surgery as easy and comfortable as possible. I understand that plastic surgery is expensive and it can be difficult for many, if not most people to afford the fees. However, I would not want my patients to use a program I wouldn’t use myself or recommend to a family member. At some point, a program may be introduced that makes me feel differently, but until my accountant can assure me that a program is safe and easy for my patients, i am willing to lose the business that could come my way by offering plastic surgery financing

A high interest rate is, in fact, almost a necessity for a credit product that finances a service instead of a tangible asset like a home or an automobile. A creditor can repossess a home or a car, but they can’t repossess your tummy tuck. So a high interest rate helps them hedge the risk of having no collateral.
If you are considering one of these financing arrangements in order to schedule a plastic surgery procedure, do your due diligence before signing on the dotted line. Make sure that you are fully informed of the consequences of missing a payment or making a late payment. Make an honest assessment of your ability to meet the terms of the contract. Look into whether or not you can obtain better financing terms with an existing credit card account or with the bank with which you have a personal banking relationship and a credit history. And give great consideration to the way in which the concept of financing is presented to you by a surgery practice – is it an option that you can explore further on your own, or is the practice trying to ‘pull you in’ by making the financial part ‘easy’ for you?

FINANCING COMPANIES THAT ARE REPUTABLE

At my practice, our pricing of procedures is competitive for all types of interventions whether surgical or non-surgical.We offer Make over packages like mommy makeover’s and post bariatric contouring packages that offer combination procedures at very favourable prices. Please inquire with us if you are interested in such combination procedures. Financing is provided by two leading third party companies; Medicard and Crelogix.

Prices vary a lot according to experience and board certification of the plastic surgeon, facilities, quality of the practice, region, etc…
Cosmetic surgery in Colombia represents an increasingly attractive option for consumers looking for the ultimate combination of quality, price, availability, service, enjoyment, and value. Prices for plastic surgery procedures can be very affordable, and often 30-50% less than in the United States and Europe. When done with a board certified surgeon, patients can save thousands of dollars on cosmetic procedures while providing all of the safety and quality that they would receive in top U.S. and European centers.

Plastic surgery financing

December 8th, 2015

CARE CREDIT, is the financing option our practice uses the most. I would recommend asking the office staff about what the financial responsibilities are relative to the financing option you choose. Another company is Alphaeon. I agree with one of the answers below that suggest that the financial responsibility may revert to a 20% APR in the event of late payments etc. With certain financing companies such as CARE CREDIT, the office can choose which plan to participate in and which plans not to offer that may be too risky financially.

Thank you for your question. Our practice is currently using two different companies to assist with financing if needed, Prosper Healthcare Lending and Care Credit. Both offer various plans of repayment, some with no interest. Both seem to be reputable companies and we have never heard a complaint from any of our patients. It is important to always be aware of the terms of your loan and stay within a reasonable amount that you can afford to repay.

Financing your surgery

February 26th, 2015

There are many options when it comes to financing your surgery. For instance, there are companies that can facilitate a 24-60 month extended payment plans which can make your monthly payments as low as $79. In case your credit history is brand new, these companies also allow co-signers. As you can see, there are a few alternatives to be considered.

Here are some helpful hints: If you have good credit, Care Credit offers 6 and 12mo. no interest payment plans as well as 24-60mo. extended payment plans at a fixed interest rate of 14.9%. They also accept co-signors.

Medical Financing and also EFINANCE Solutions work with people who have A, B and C credit and can approve you at different qualifying interest rates, they too accept co-signors. I look forward to helping you with any questions that may facilitate your choice in applying with a company.

Financing surgery

December 19th, 2012

Many patients will finance their surgery. With rates currently so low it is certainly a good option for anyone. There are several different ways you can borrow and or finance the cost. The best deal would be to use a home equity loan because of the low interest rate. You might need a relative to co-sign. If you do not have a house, or enough equity there are other companies which will lend you the money. The most popular is Care Credit. They have several different plans that you can take advantage of depending on your credit. You can also play the credit card game. Many credit cards will offer you interest free charging for 3-6 months. As long as you transfer the remaining balance to the “next” card before your interest starts you can pay out your surgery gradually over time. Just be careful with this because credit cards notoriously have extremely high interest rates. Finally there might be some doctor’s office that does their own financing but I don’t know of any. Good luck.

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Plastic Surgery Financing – Buyer Beware – Look at photos, training of your PS before checking on financing

December 21st, 2008

Plastic Surgeons pay for plastic surgery financing programs. The charge to the plastic surgeon can be10% or more. This include surgeon’s fee, OR fee’s,anesthisia fees, pain control devices, garments, etc. Why would a plastic surgeon be willing to hand over a percentage of the overall cost of surgery?

I am strongly against plastic surgery financing programs, and I have never offered them in my practice. Most, if not all, plastic surgery financing plans are not only a bad idea but also a bad deal for many patients – in some ways that are easily apparent but in other ways that are not as obvious. The most obvious way in which these plans are unfavorable and therefore undesirable is their terms, which often are interest-free for as long as a year, but that revert to an interest rate comparable to a high interest rate credit card (i.e. an APR of 20% or more) if a patient misses or is late on a single payment.
A recent Nee York Times Article – Google it – discussed the dangers of plastic surgery financing. One very interesting part of the article was when a reported asked the doctors if they would use these programs for themselves or their family members. The physicians asked answered “no”

I want to do everything possible to help my patients and to make every part of plastic surgery as easy and comfortable as possible. I understand that plastic surgery is expensive and it can be difficult for many, if not most people to afford the fees. However, I would not want my patients to use a program I wouldn’t use myself or recommend to a family member. At some point, a program may be introduced that makes me feel differently, but until my accountant can assure me that a program is safe and easy for my patients, i am willing to lose the business that could come my way by offering plastic surgery financing

A high interest rate is, in fact, almost a necessity for a credit product that finances a service instead of a tangible asset like a home or an automobile. A creditor can repossess a home or a car, but they can’t repossess your tummy tuck. So a high interest rate helps them hedge the risk of having no collateral.
If you are considering one of these financing arrangements in order to schedule a plastic surgery procedure, do your due diligence before signing on the dotted line. Make sure that you are fully informed of the consequences of missing a payment or making a late payment. Make an honest assessment of your ability to meet the terms of the contract. Look into whether or not you can obtain better financing terms with an existing credit card account or with the bank with which you have a personal banking relationship and a credit history. And give great consideration to the way in which the concept of financing is presented to you by a surgery practice – is it an option that you can explore further on your own, or is the practice trying to ‘pull you in’ by making the financial part ‘easy’ for you?

FINANCING COMPANIES THAT ARE REPUTABLE

At my practice, our pricing of procedures is competitive for all types of interventions whether surgical or non-surgical.We offer Make over packages like mommy makeover’s and post bariatric contouring packages that offer combination procedures at very favourable prices. Please inquire with us if you are interested in such combination procedures. Financing is provided by two leading third party companies; Medicard and Crelogix.

Prices vary a lot according to experience and board certification of the plastic surgeon, facilities, quality of the practice, region, etc…
Cosmetic surgery in Colombia represents an increasingly attractive option for consumers looking for the ultimate combination of quality, price, availability, service, enjoyment, and value. Prices for plastic surgery procedures can be very affordable, and often 30-50% less than in the United States and Europe. When done with a board certified surgeon, patients can save thousands of dollars on cosmetic procedures while providing all of the safety and quality that they would receive in top U.S. and European centers.

Plastic surgery financing

December 8th, 2015

CARE CREDIT, is the financing option our practice uses the most. I would recommend asking the office staff about what the financial responsibilities are relative to the financing option you choose. Another company is Alphaeon. I agree with one of the answers below that suggest that the financial responsibility may revert to a 20% APR in the event of late payments etc. With certain financing companies such as CARE CREDIT, the office can choose which plan to participate in and which plans not to offer that may be too risky financially.

Thank you for your question. Our practice is currently using two different companies to assist with financing if needed, Prosper Healthcare Lending and Care Credit. Both offer various plans of repayment, some with no interest. Both seem to be reputable companies and we have never heard a complaint from any of our patients. It is important to always be aware of the terms of your loan and stay within a reasonable amount that you can afford to repay.

Financing your surgery

February 26th, 2015

There are many options when it comes to financing your surgery. For instance, there are companies that can facilitate a 24-60 month extended payment plans which can make your monthly payments as low as $79. In case your credit history is brand new, these companies also allow co-signers. As you can see, there are a few alternatives to be considered.

Here are some helpful hints: If you have good credit, Care Credit offers 6 and 12mo. no interest payment plans as well as 24-60mo. extended payment plans at a fixed interest rate of 14.9%. They also accept co-signors.

Medical Financing and also EFINANCE Solutions work with people who have A, B and C credit and can approve you at different qualifying interest rates, they too accept co-signors. I look forward to helping you with any questions that may facilitate your choice in applying with a company.

Financing surgery

December 19th, 2012

Many patients will finance their surgery. With rates currently so low it is certainly a good option for anyone. There are several different ways you can borrow and or finance the cost. The best deal would be to use a home equity loan because of the low interest rate. You might need a relative to co-sign. If you do not have a house, or enough equity there are other companies which will lend you the money. The most popular is Care Credit. They have several different plans that you can take advantage of depending on your credit. You can also play the credit card game. Many credit cards will offer you interest free charging for 3-6 months. As long as you transfer the remaining balance to the “next” card before your interest starts you can pay out your surgery gradually over time. Just be careful with this because credit cards notoriously have extremely high interest rates. Finally there might be some doctor’s office that does their own financing but I don’t know of any. Good luck.

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I need financing to help me pay for the breast augmentation and liposuction (i.e. mommy make over) I plan to undergo this summer, but I am kind of weirded out about getting a loan for this. I don t want to end up dealing with some sleazy creditor that preys on people like me who just want to look and feel a little better about their bodies. Can any doctors out there speak to which lenders their patients have worked with? If you ve heard any horror stories or would recommend one lender over another, please share.

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Plastic Surgery Financing – Buyer Beware – Look at photos, training of your PS before checking on financing

December 21st, 2008

Plastic Surgeons pay for plastic surgery financing programs. The charge to the plastic surgeon can be10% or more. This include surgeon’s fee, OR fee’s,anesthisia fees, pain control devices, garments, etc. Why would a plastic surgeon be willing to hand over a percentage of the overall cost of surgery?

I am strongly against plastic surgery financing programs, and I have never offered them in my practice. Most, if not all, plastic surgery financing plans are not only a bad idea but also a bad deal for many patients – in some ways that are easily apparent but in other ways that are not as obvious. The most obvious way in which these plans are unfavorable and therefore undesirable is their terms, which often are interest-free for as long as a year, but that revert to an interest rate comparable to a high interest rate credit card (i.e. an APR of 20% or more) if a patient misses or is late on a single payment.
A recent Nee York Times Article – Google it – discussed the dangers of plastic surgery financing. One very interesting part of the article was when a reported asked the doctors if they would use these programs for themselves or their family members. The physicians asked answered “no”

I want to do everything possible to help my patients and to make every part of plastic surgery as easy and comfortable as possible. I understand that plastic surgery is expensive and it can be difficult for many, if not most people to afford the fees. However, I would not want my patients to use a program I wouldn’t use myself or recommend to a family member. At some point, a program may be introduced that makes me feel differently, but until my accountant can assure me that a program is safe and easy for my patients, i am willing to lose the business that could come my way by offering plastic surgery financing

A high interest rate is, in fact, almost a necessity for a credit product that finances a service instead of a tangible asset like a home or an automobile. A creditor can repossess a home or a car, but they can’t repossess your tummy tuck. So a high interest rate helps them hedge the risk of having no collateral.
If you are considering one of these financing arrangements in order to schedule a plastic surgery procedure, do your due diligence before signing on the dotted line. Make sure that you are fully informed of the consequences of missing a payment or making a late payment. Make an honest assessment of your ability to meet the terms of the contract. Look into whether or not you can obtain better financing terms with an existing credit card account or with the bank with which you have a personal banking relationship and a credit history. And give great consideration to the way in which the concept of financing is presented to you by a surgery practice – is it an option that you can explore further on your own, or is the practice trying to ‘pull you in’ by making the financial part ‘easy’ for you?

FINANCING COMPANIES THAT ARE REPUTABLE

At my practice, our pricing of procedures is competitive for all types of interventions whether surgical or non-surgical.We offer Make over packages like mommy makeover’s and post bariatric contouring packages that offer combination procedures at very favourable prices. Please inquire with us if you are interested in such combination procedures. Financing is provided by two leading third party companies; Medicard and Crelogix.

Prices vary a lot according to experience and board certification of the plastic surgeon, facilities, quality of the practice, region, etc…
Cosmetic surgery in Colombia represents an increasingly attractive option for consumers looking for the ultimate combination of quality, price, availability, service, enjoyment, and value. Prices for plastic surgery procedures can be very affordable, and often 30-50% less than in the United States and Europe. When done with a board certified surgeon, patients can save thousands of dollars on cosmetic procedures while providing all of the safety and quality that they would receive in top U.S. and European centers.

Plastic surgery financing

December 8th, 2015

CARE CREDIT, is the financing option our practice uses the most. I would recommend asking the office staff about what the financial responsibilities are relative to the financing option you choose. Another company is Alphaeon. I agree with one of the answers below that suggest that the financial responsibility may revert to a 20% APR in the event of late payments etc. With certain financing companies such as CARE CREDIT, the office can choose which plan to participate in and which plans not to offer that may be too risky financially.

Thank you for your question. Our practice is currently using two different companies to assist with financing if needed, Prosper Healthcare Lending and Care Credit. Both offer various plans of repayment, some with no interest. Both seem to be reputable companies and we have never heard a complaint from any of our patients. It is important to always be aware of the terms of your loan and stay within a reasonable amount that you can afford to repay.

Financing your surgery

February 26th, 2015

There are many options when it comes to financing your surgery. For instance, there are companies that can facilitate a 24-60 month extended payment plans which can make your monthly payments as low as $79. In case your credit history is brand new, these companies also allow co-signers. As you can see, there are a few alternatives to be considered.

Here are some helpful hints: If you have good credit, Care Credit offers 6 and 12mo. no interest payment plans as well as 24-60mo. extended payment plans at a fixed interest rate of 14.9%. They also accept co-signors.

Medical Financing and also EFINANCE Solutions work with people who have A, B and C credit and can approve you at different qualifying interest rates, they too accept co-signors. I look forward to helping you with any questions that may facilitate your choice in applying with a company.

Financing surgery

December 19th, 2012

Many patients will finance their surgery. With rates currently so low it is certainly a good option for anyone. There are several different ways you can borrow and or finance the cost. The best deal would be to use a home equity loan because of the low interest rate. You might need a relative to co-sign. If you do not have a house, or enough equity there are other companies which will lend you the money. The most popular is Care Credit. They have several different plans that you can take advantage of depending on your credit. You can also play the credit card game. Many credit cards will offer you interest free charging for 3-6 months. As long as you transfer the remaining balance to the “next” card before your interest starts you can pay out your surgery gradually over time. Just be careful with this because credit cards notoriously have extremely high interest rates. Finally there might be some doctor’s office that does their own financing but I don’t know of any. Good luck.

Show more answers

These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.

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