Frequently Asked Questions
What Should I Expect at My First Visit?
Dr. Limosnero’s goal is to treat her patients in the most natural, least harmful way possible. Your overall health and wellness is at the forefront of any treatment. Initial visits will include a discussion to pinpoint the specific symptoms you are having. The discussion may involve a review of your medical history, family history, and current lifestyle. It is possible that a physical examination may be performed at this time should it be deemed necessary. The initial visit is a great opportunity to get to know your doctor, as well as ask any questions, or bring up any concerns you may be having. From there, an individualized plan for treatment will be developed to help you to reach your specific health goals in the best way possible.
In order to give you the time and attention necessary to cover all questions that need to be addressed, you can expect your visit to be a full hour.
What Should I Bring to My Appointment?
For new patients: please bring your New Patient forms, any supplements (herbs/vitamins), medications (over-the-counter and prescriptions) in their bottles that you are taking, or have recently taken, a copy of any recent health reports that you would like Dr. Limosnero to review (including blood work, ultrasounds, mammograms, done density tests if you have them) This will help make the time spent with Dr. Limosnero as productive as possible.
For patients who have seen Dr. Limosnero within the past 5 years: Please bring any supplements (herbs/ vitamins), medications (over the counter and prescriptions) in their bottles that you are taking, or have recently taken, a copy of any recent health reports that you would like Dr. Limosnero to review (including labs, ultrasounds, mammograms, bone density tests if you have them) This will help make the time spent with Dr. Limosnero as productive as possible. If you saw Dr. Limosnero at Obstetrics and Gynecology Associates in Flower Mound we will request your records to be sent to us, and if it has been within the past 3 years should have the records available at the time of your visit.
What Forms of Payment Are Accepted?
We accept cash, check, credit card, you may also use your HSA (health savings accounts), and FSA (flexible spending accounts). In order to provide the necessary attention to each patient, we currently do not accept insurance. However, we will provide a coded visit worksheet and a receipt of your visit which can be used to file with your insurance company as an “out-of-network” claim. We encourage you to check with your insurance regarding the specifics of your policy. We understand that sometimes life happens and you may not be able to make your scheduled appointment, however because in most cases a full hour has been allotted for your visit we ask that all changed or canceled appointments be done within 24 hours notice. A cancellation fee equivalent to HALF of the visit will apply for cancellation after 24 hours or for a missed appointment.
What Are the Cost of Services?
New Patient Visit for Annual Exam or Complex Problem: (90 min) $500
New Patient Consultation for MonaLisa Touch: $125
Established Patient Annual Exam (45 min) $275
Established Patient New Complex problem (45 min) $275
Established Patient Extended Follow-Up (45 min) $250
Established Patients Brief Visit for Follow-Up Care (30 min) $150
Endometrial Biopsy: $250
Body Impedance Analysis (BIA): Initial - Complimentary, Repeat analysis - $100
MonaLisa Touch Internal and External Treatments (3 initial then 1st annual treatment): $4000
MonaLisa Touch Annual Maintenance: $500
Financing through CareCredit is available
What is a Body Impedance Analysis (BIA)?
It is a relatively simple, quick, and noninvasive method of assessing your body composition. By placing 2 electrodes on your hand and 2 on your foot (like EKG pads) the machine and software determine the electrical impedance of body tissues, which is then used to provide estimates of total body water, fat-free mass, and body fat as well as the ratio of intracellular to extracellular body water. Dr. Limosnero uses It is an integral part of your health and nutrition assessment.
What Do I Need to Do to Prepare for My BIA Testing?
For the most accurate results, the following guidelines should be followed:
- Do not eat for 4 hours prior to testing.
- Do not exercise for 12 hours prior to testing.
- Do not consume alcohol for 24 hours prior to testing.
- Drink your usual amount of water the night before and the day of your appointment. You will be asked to empty your bladder before the test.
- Do not drink caffeine the day of your test.
- Ensure access to your right foot with removable footwear (no pantyhose).
Where Are You Located:
We are located at 2005 West Hebron Parkway. We are currently in the back office space of Dr. Limosnero’s husband’s office (Dental Studio of Carrollton). When you arrive you will come through the doors to Suite 100, however we look forward to having our own separate entrance and waiting area in the near future.