Dr. David Davtyan understands that cost is a primary concern for many of his bariatric patients. As such, he and his team are always available to guide you through the payment and insurance process - so you can receive the surgery you need.
Do you accept my insurance?
Dr. David Davtyan accepts most major PPO insurances, as well as Medicare patients. And, because he knows that insurance can be complicated, he’s fully committed to making sure you receive the care and coverage you need. As such, our entire team will work with you and your insurance company to ensure your surgery can be performed at little or no direct cost to you.
If you want to know if Dr. David Davtyan accepts your specific insurance, we invite you to call us today to obtain a free insurance verification. During that phone call, we will collect your insurance information and schedule your complimentary consultation. From there, our billing department will contact your insurance provider directly to determine how much of the procedure they’re willing to cover.
What if I don't have insurance?
If you don’t have medical insurance and are in need of bariatric surgery, you’ve come to the right place. Although Dr. David Davtyan doesn’t offer a free clinic, he does work hard to provide affordable surgical care to his patients without insurance benefits. For information regarding how we ensure you receive the life-changing surgery you need even if you’re not insured, please contact our office today.
What are the costs involved with weight loss surgery?
The final cost of your weight loss surgery will be comprised of three main items: the surgical fee, facility fee and the cost of the anesthesia. All of these costs will be quoted during your initial complimentary consultation with Dr. David Davtyan, so there will be no hidden surprises.
The surgical fee is paid to Dr. David Davtyan for performing your operation. It is a set rate that depends on the type of bariatric surgery you’re receiving.
This fee covers our facility costs, materials and the operating room rate.
This fee is paid to the anesthesiologist who administers the medication to ensure you’re asleep, comfortable and safe throughout your bariatric surgery. This fee will vary depending on whether your procedure requires general anesthesia (more expensive) or a mild sedative (less expensive.)
During your initial complimentary consultation, Dr. David Davtyan and his team will thoroughly explain the fees involved with your weight loss surgery, as well as answer any questions you may have about paying for your procedure.