Author Bio: Dr. Sanusi Umar MD is the author of this article.
How can I finance an acne keloidalis nuchae removal surgery at your clinic?
We accept the following forms of payment for our Acne Keloidalis Nuchae removal procedures. These include: cash, check, credit card and wire transfers. Although our clinic does not provide direct financing for our procedures, we work closely with a company called M-Lend Finance who can help provide our patients with appropriate payment options on an individual basis.
How far in advance do I need to schedule a surgery at your office?
We don’t require a standard amount of time for our patients to schedule their AKN surgeries. Our schedule constantly changes. And we would be able to accommodate your procedure at our soonest availability.
When does my procedure need to be paid for in full?
We require that your AKN procedure is paid for in full, one month before the actual date of your surgery.
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Do you accept any form of insurance that will cover the cost of removing my AKN bump?
Our clinic does not accept insurance payments for Acne Keloidalis Nuchae removal. However, in some cases, patients may be eligible to receive a refund for their surgery issued by their health insurance provider. Our clinic will gladly help fill out any necessary paperwork that is required to facilitate this process.
Do I have to come into your office for my initial consultation? Can I submit photos of my condition instead?
If you live in the Los Angeles area, we encourage you to see us in person for your initial consultation. However, if an in-office visit is inconvenient due to your schedule or long distance. You may submit photos of your condition and provide information about your case through our free online consultation form.
How do I cancel a procedure?
If you need to cancel your procedure, you may either call our office (310)318-1500 or send an email to email@example.com
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