Does insurance cover removal of deflated breast implants?

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Health insurance coverage varies greatly from company to company and from individual coverages.You will need to contact your provider to find out if you are covered and the extint of the coverage. Also, contact your surgeon who did your implants to find out who the manufacturer of the implants were.Sometimes the manufacturer will replace a deflated implant at no cost for the implant , you still have to pay for the surgery.
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