Plastic Surgery Financing

Memorial Plastic Surgery accepts cash, all major credit cards, and personal checks. Unfortunately, most insurance companies in the United States do not cover cosmetic surgery unless deemed to be a medical necessity. We extend our care to our patients by offering a number of plastic surgery financing options to meet all their needs.

Financing Choices:

Prosper Healthcare Lending

Memorial Plastic Surgery accepts prosper healthcare lending financingProsper is one of the leading financing options for patients seeking healthcare. The service provides patients everywhere with an easy, risk-free process that forgoes payment penalties and retroactive interests. Through Prosper, patients can acquire loans up to $35,000. Click here to apply.


Memorial Plastic Surgery accepts carecredit financing options.CareCredit works directly with healthcare providers to cover every need imaginable, including cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. The company provides zero-interest financing options to patients from all walks of life. Apply now!

Alphaeon Credit

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Alphaeon Credit is a credit card that patients can use to pay for surgical procedures and treatments performed by board-certified plastic surgeons. Through their service, patients can receive credit limits of up to $25,000 with no interest, if paid in full within 6 months to 1 year. Click here to apply.


Cryptocurrency payment for plastic surgeryCryptocurrency is a digital currency that has become a global phenomenon. It enables consumers to connect through online peer-to-peer services.

We are happy to announce that we are the first plastic surgery clinic in Texas to accept Cryptocurrency as payment for plastic and reconstructive surgery through Bitcoin and Ethereum services.


Request Your ConsultationYou can request a consultation online or if you have any questions please call the office 713-633-4411.

*The content and images on this page are provided with the sole intention of educating potential patients on the procedure discussed above. Results vary per individual and are dependent on our doctor’s consultation prior to the procedure. We strongly recommend undergoing a formal consultation with a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon prior to scheduling and undergoing any surgical or non-surgical treatment.