... are waiting periods and exclusionary periods. If you are new on the policy those may be an issue. Then of course you will want to know what the benefit would be for a surgery, for both the Dr. doing the surgery and the place you will have the surgery at. ... (4 replies)
... and lived it with for decades, and always hated my nose. ... (4 replies)
... I have the same problem with the deviated septum and crooked nose, but I thought that most doctors charged more for the rhinoplasty aspect of the proceedure. ... (4 replies)
... You could consider getting a second opinion from another ENT. If your current ENT doesn't think that your condition is severe enough to warrant surgery, probably no amount of pursuasion is going to change is mind.
Also, most insurances will cover septoplasty if it's medically necessary, which means that must have a surgeon agree that you truly need it (not just because you... (1 replies)
... for the cosmetic portion. The surgery lasted about 5 hours and was just horrible. ... (4 replies)
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