Paying For Tubal Reversal Surgery
CONSIDER STARTING A REVERSAL PREPAYMENT ACCOUNT
Although tubal reversal surgery may seem unaffordable, if you want another child then
tubal reversal surgery is the most affordable treatment option.
A Reversal Prepayment Account (RPA) is unique to our practice and offers a great way to save for surgery.
Why is tubal reversal affordable?
Tubal reversal surgery performed at our center is affordable and successful.
Consider the alternatives:
- In-vitro fertilization (IVF) averages $14,000 per cycle
- Hospital tubal reversal costs over $15,000
- US based adoption is over $25,000
Not only are these alternatives more expensive than tubal reversal surgery at our center, but health insurance plans consider all of these treatments (tubal reversal surgery included) elective, non life-threatening procedures. They do not pay for these procedures.
We understand the desire to have a child is extremely important.
A unique way to save for tubal reversal surgery
We assist couples by maintaining a financially responsible prepayment account savings plan. Our RPA is unique to our specialty center and you will not find many other doctors who offer such a savings plan.
When you open an RPA you can save towards your surgery over time. When you have the full amount you can then schedule surgery. If you change your mind, you can close your account at any time.
3 Simple steps to opening a
Reversal Prepayment Account
- Complete a prescheduling interview to insure you are a good candidate for surgery
- Open your RPA with a minimum of $500
- Completely fund your RPA account within 36 months
Benefits of Reversal Prepayment Account
There are many benefits to our Reversal Prepayment Account (RPA).
- Allows you to gradually save towards your surgery
- Allows you to avoid high financing charges associated health financing plans
- Allows you to obtain discounted surgery rates when these rates are available
- Allows you to lock in your surgery fee against future rate increases
For more details on opening a Reversal Prepayment Account: Getting started with a RPA