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We get a lot of questions about the cost of varicose vein treatment and vein removal cost. In most cases, treatment is covered by health insurance. The good news is that even when it isn’t, there are still ways to make treatment happen. At Vein Clinics of America we’re committed to making sure patients understand all of their options so that they can get the care they need.
Accepted Payment Options
CareCredit, FSAs and HSAs and more
We accept CareCredit, which is a credit card designed specifically for out-of-pocket healthcare costs when medical insurance doesn’t cover you. Vein Clinics of America is one of more than 200,000 providers nationwide that accept CareCredit. You’ll have access to a revolving line of credit for medical expenses—usually including copayments and deductibles. A variety of financing term lengths, promotions and APRs are available to meet your needs, and applying is quick and easy—by phone or online directly with CareCredit—or in VCA locations with the help of our Office Managers. Credit decisions are almost instantaneous, and you may be able to use your new account on the spot.
FSA and HSA
Flex Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) are other tools you can use to help pay for medical expenses. Their reimbursable expenses cover a variety of health-related treatments usually including those for vein disorders. Your best bet is to check with your plan’s administrator about your options.
*Subject to credit approval. Minimum monthly payments required. Ask us for details.