ncise Finger Tendon Sheath in Frisco, TX
Incise finger tendon sheath (trigger finger surgery) is able to be performed at Preston Surgery Center for around $3,371. Contact our Frisco, TX facility to learn more.
What is trigger finger surgery?
When the A1 pully becomes inflamed or thickened from a medical condition (arthritis, diabetes) or through heavy use, it can make it more difficult for the tendon to glide through it as the finger bends. This can cause pain or a “popping” sensation as your index or “trigger” finger bends. Trigger finger release surgery (incise finger tendon sheath surgery) releases the A1 pully that is blocking the tendon movement, allowing it to move freely.
Is trigger finger surgery cheaper at a surgery center or a hospital?
At Preston Surgery Center in Frisco, TX, the prices we charge for all our surgical procedures, including trigger finger surgery, are often more affordable than the same procedure performed at most hospitals. In addition to our lowered costs, we also accept many insurance providers and offer low-cost financing options.
What surgery centers take Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) insurance?
Preston Surgery Centers accepts a wide variety of insurance providers, including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas Network
- Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO
- Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
- Blue Cross Blue Shield POS
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Choice
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Essentials
- Blue Cross Blue Shield Traditional Indemnity
- Blue Cross Blue Shield HealthSelect
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas Medicare Advantage
- Blue Advantage HMO
- Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO
- Premera Blue Cross PPO
- Most out of state Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO plans (please call us to verify)
- Medicare (Traditional Part B)
- Molina Marketplace Plans
- Tricare for Life (Medicare Supplement Only)
What if I don’t have insurance?
If you don’t have health insurance, Preston Surgery Center partners with CareCredit®, which offers short-term, 0% interest payment plans and low-interest, extended payment plans for your surgical procedure.
Is a surgery center safe?
The doctors and surgeons at a surgery center have the same credentials and certifications as doctors and surgeons that work in hospitals or outpatient centers. Studies have shown that ambulatory surgical centers often result in faster recovery times, higher quality patient-friendly attention, and doctors actually preferring them to outpatient surgery departments at hospitals. At Preston Surgery Center, our physicians are some of the best board-certified fellowships trained physicians in Dallas, TX.
Why is a surgery center cheaper than a hospital?
Surgery centers often have lower costs for procedures than hospitals, sometimes as much as 40 – 60% lower. This is because surgery centers have lower overhead costs and patients don’t stay overnight.
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