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#1

How many HT recipients in here have financed their HT’s? If so, any recommendations? Did you find it advantageous?


#2

» How many HT recipients in here have financed their HT’s? If so, any
» recommendations? Did you find it advantageous?

I got a capitalone personal loan.

APR was a bit high… but prolly much less than a cosmetic surgery loan.
not only that but I think that surgeons prefer you don’t do cosmetic financing. (They have to give them a percent or something like that… not sure of the exact details)


#3

» »Did you have to put much down?

How many HT recipients in here have financed their HT’s? If so, any
» » recommendations? Did you find it advantageous?
»
» I got a capitalone personal loan.
»
» APR was a bit high… but prolly much less than a cosmetic surgery loan.
» not only that but I think that surgeons prefer you don’t do cosmetic
» financing. (They have to give them a percent or something like that… not
» sure of the exact details)


#4

» » »Did you have to put much down?
» How many HT recipients in here have financed their HT’s? If so, any
» » » recommendations? Did you find it advantageous?
» » I got a capitalone personal loan.
» » APR was a bit high… but prolly much less than a cosmetic surgery loan.
» » not only that but I think that surgeons prefer you don’t do cosmetic
» » financing.

Our Clinic does the financing in-house, for procedures that can be done in a single session (say, up to 2500 FUE grafts).
Repay in 6 months with zero interest, with 50% down.

Example:

2500 FUEs regular upfront cash/card cost = 7,500
50% down = 3,750
50% to be paid in 6 monthly installments of 625.00 each

I think every office must have similar assistance plans.
:slight_smile:


#5

» » » »Did you have to put much down?
» » How many HT recipients in here have financed their HT’s? If so, any
» » » » recommendations? Did you find it advantageous?
» » » I got a capitalone personal loan.
» » » APR was a bit high… but prolly much less than a cosmetic surgery
» loan.
» » » not only that but I think that surgeons prefer you don’t do cosmetic
» » » financing.
»
» Our Clinic does the financing in-house, for procedures that can be
» done in a single session (say, up to 2500 FUE grafts).
» Repay in 6 months with zero interest, with 50% down.
»
» Example:
»
» 2500 FUEs regular upfront cash/card cost = 7,500
» 50% down = 3,750
» 50% to be paid in 6 monthly installments of 625.00 each
»
» I think every office must have similar assistance plans.
» :slight_smile:

I dont think theres any other office that has a plan like that. I think a large portion of people that do get hts do some sort of financing though.