Could Insurance Cover Your Procedure?
From eyelid surgery to breast augmentation or reduction, these medical procedures can come with a sizeable price tag. Luckily, your insurance plan may include coverage of such procedures if you are experiencing pain or medical complications.
Not familiar with what your options are? We may be able to help solve the puzzle:
Whether a condition runs in your family or natural progression has taken a toll on your eyes, eyelid surgery, or blepharoplasty, could be the solution you’ve been looking for. This relatively quick, but effective procedure can help reduce bagginess both above and below your eyes. Performed by removing excess skin or fat around the eyes, it can leave you satisfied with the way you see the world around you, as well as the way you look at yourself in the mirror. Surrounded by many benefits, blepharoplasty may be the answer!
Breast reduction surgery is recommended for patients who suffer from shoulder, back and neck pain, as well as other symptoms. Reduction surgery offers those who have large, heavy breasts a substantial amount of relief on body, mind, and even confidence. This procedure is often covered by insurance, and something to consider at the end of the year when your deductible may be met. Dr. Siwy’s staff will check with your insurance company to find out the details outlined in your coverage.
Your insurance deductibles will likely reset in a couple of months – making end of the year a great time to have these procedures. Dr. Siwy and her staff offer several of these services, along with warm care through the winter months. As there are often many pieces that go into completing medical puzzles, be sure to check with your insurance provider in order to confidently move forward with any procedures.
Surgeries performed by our medical professionals can offer relief and revitalization to the big picture – your beautiful body. And, as always, contact our office with any questions regarding your surgical needs! Remember, the most important decision you have is selecting the right surgeon.