Any surgery that is elective should not be covered by insurance. That is most insurance companies policy. However, many people find a way around their insurance by claiming, either truthfully or falsely, that a particular surgery is medically necessary. These then are the same people who complain about insurance rates. When insurance has to pay out for procedures that are not necessary, it affects everyone because they raise premiums. So, if we want affordably healthcare, we will not lie about medically unnecessary surgery.
no because dentists are so busy if cosmetic surgery was covered we would have to wait much longer for urgent treatments
While many outpatient surgeries are covered by insurance plans, many are not. Candidates for such surgeries should check in advance with their insurance carrier concerning whether their procedures are covered on an outpatient basis.
You should contract your insurance provider and inquire if your policy covers gastric bypass surgery. Not all insurance companies will cover the surgery because it is often considered cosmetic surgery and may not be covered.
Usually your health insurance will not cover laser vision surgery. However, you should check with your insurance company, because there may be a few that do cover it.
I think that they should not have plastic surgery unless they have been in an accident and it is necessary.
It depends on what the laser eye surgery is for. If it's an elective surgery for your eye such as Lasik, then most insurances will not cover it. However, if it's a medically recommended surgery such as for cataracts, then it should be covered. You need to look at your insurance's "Master Policy" to make sure.
If you want plastic surgery then I say go for it. Just be sure the reasons you are getting it.
Be sure you understand the risks as well as the potential side effects of the surgery. Also make sure you understand if it's covered by your insurance or not.
Plastic surgery does enlarge the breasts. However, this is a serious decision and should not be taken lightly.
Iam for plastic surgery because i think people should be allowed to improve their appearance, or change their appearance.
If it is causing you pain or excessive bleeding , yes, it should be.Ask you Doc's insurance person to get any procedure pre-approved . If your doc believes you need surgery[ in-patient or out-patient, he or she should be willing to argue your case with your insurance company.
Anytime you have surgery and go under anesthetic there are risks. There have been many documented cases of death in patients only having routine plastic surgery.
Plastic surgery is something YOU should make the decision on! http://www.searchtwice.com/plastic_surgery.asp
"Depending on your health insurance, you may or may not be covered for herpes medication. If your policy includes prescription drugs, then you should be covered."
Information on plastic surgery for men should be found from a doctor. They will be able to advise on surgery, companies and other information to inform a decision.
passengers in my car should be covered since the california car insurance law requirement does not distinguish as to which person is covered by bodily injury liability insurance
There are many possible plastic surgery centers in Phoenix. I recommend you to Dr. Robert Meger, MD Plastic surgeon and Cosmetic surgeon.
It depends on the terms of your insurance, but most are, or should be.
No. The plastic surgeonyou choose should be a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons or a Society of Cosmetic Plastic Surgeons in the country of origin. In addition, the American Board of Plastic Surgery or its equivalent in the country of origin should also certify a top plastic and reconstructive cosmetic surgeon. Cosmetic plastic surgeries should be performed in an accredited facility. Here you can have the list of Plastic Surgeons. http://www.placidway.com/doctor-treatment/5,Cosmetic/Plastic-Surgery/
In most cases, personal injury policies are not the same as collision insurance. You should check with your insurance provider to see if you are covered.
The damaged pool should be covered by home owners insurance if you had the pool added to the insurance for coverage
If you do not have health insurance, you should expect to pay $10,000 to $20,000 for the surgery. If you have insurance, you will just have to pay your co-pay and/or deductible.
mostly you should be covered by the renting agency's insurance for the drivers of their cars. Please check
Yourself and the cargo you are carrying should be covered under this insurance. It also protects your company from liability in case of an accident or emergency.