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We do ask that all medical & aesthetic services be paid at the time of treatment. We do accept CareCredit for those who qualify. HSA & FSA accounts are accepted for medical visits and procedures.

Skintags are not considered a medical concern by the medical insurance companies and their removal is not covered.

Unfortunately, full body skin examinations are not being performed at this practice at this time. We can assess individual lesions of concern.

The 15-minute complimentary consultation does not include assessment of lesions, or the ability to write for any prescriptions.

Unfortunately, effective January 1, 2024, NP Skincare will no longer be abe to accept medical insurance for dermatology visits. A superbill or receipt will be provided that can be submitted by you to your insurance. HSA & FSA accounts can be accepted forms of payment for medical visits as well.

Yes, a shave or tangential shave biopsy can be performed in the office and sent out to be read by a dermatopathologist. The pathology costs will be billed separately to your insurance company, and is usually cover by most medical insurance policies. Payment for the biopsy is expected at the time of the procedure. A superbill or receipt will be provided for you to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement.

A 15-minute appointment is provided to new clients to discuss aesthetic treatments only. This includes Botox/Dysport/Xeomin, dermal fillers, PDO threads, or laser hair removal. Anytime beyond 15 minutes will become a self-pay visit. A superbill can be provided for you to submit to your insurance company if needed.

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