Are You Covered? InvisiVein works with you to maximize your insurance benefits.
Since most varicose veins are symptoms of disease, their treatment is often covered by common insurance plans. Give us a call at 843-881-4020 to see if your insurance plan includes varicose vein treatment. Spider vein treatment is considered cosmetic.
For patients’ whose costs are not covered by insurance, we offer a range of financing options including CareCredit, HSA and FSA accounts. Financial concerns should not stop you from getting the relief you need. Call us at 843-881-4020 to discuss our financing options. Our treatment pricing is an average of 30% less than competitors.
Are EVLA & Sclerotherapy covered by insurance?
Most insurers now cover endovenous thermal ablation treatment as a primary treatment and sclerotherapy as a secondary treatment, when deemed medically necessary. Our staff is highly experienced in working directly with insurance companies to ensure you’re getting treatment that’s covered under your plan.
We accept the following health plans:
- AARP Meidcare Complete
- BCBS OF SC
- BCBS State Employees Health Plan
- BCBS Federal Employees Health Plan
- BCBS Out of State Plans
- BCBS (PAI – Planned Administrators)
- BCBS (Thomas Cooper)
- Best Chance Network
- Blue Choice
- Blue Choice Medicaid
- Carolina Care Plan
- CCN (affiliated with First Health/Wellpath)
- Cigna PPO & HMO
- Coventry (affiliated with Wellpath)
- First Health
- GEHA/Coventry only
Vein treatment is often covered by health insurance. When treatment is not eligible for coverage, we have out-of-pocket payment options in place to help ensure you receive the care you need. We currently accept: CareCredit, FSAs and HSAs.
We accept CareCredit, which is a credit card designed specifically for out-of-pocket healthcare costs when medical insurance doesn’t cover you. 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. For answers to your questions, visit CareCredit.com or call 1.800.677.0718, or you can apply online.
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. Check with your plan’s administrator about your options.
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