How would I go about claiming cosmetic surgery as reconstructive cosmetic surgery so that it will be covered?
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June 26, 2019 / By Deemer Question:
I need a tummy tuck
I need a tummy tuck b/c I gained alot of weight, then lost 100 pounds, then got pregnant, then lost the weight again.
Best Answers: How would I go about claiming cosmetic surgery as reconstructive cosmetic surgery so that it will be covered?
Bartlet | 2 days ago
Here's the problem with your clever little plan: Insurances, when they cover this procedure, pay only a fraction of what cosmetic surgeons charge. So even if you get your insurer to pay, you're not likely to find a surgeon who will accept their paltry offering.
You might try looking into a university center with a plastic surgery fellowship training program. They may let a resident work on you for what insurance pays. Private practice guys aren't in the business of losing money, and that's what happens with insurance - their payment may not cover the cost to the surgeon.
Good luck, though.
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Originally Answered: Is my memory permanently fogged after brain surgery?
Your doctor is giving you honest answers. There *are* no guarantees with brain surgery, and no one can give you an accurate prediction for sure, not the best neurosurgeon in the world. The brain is an incredible, intricate and in some ways very delicate organ--it isn't very predictable. But it can also be very resilient.
I understand how frustrating this must be for you. I can tell you that the sort of symptoms you describe often take a long time to resolve, and that if this all only happened a few weeks ago, that is not a lot of time for recovery.
Please try not to be too anxious as you recover--give yourself time. Keep talking to your doctor about what you might expect--he or she knows much better than anyone here what exactly was done and what your current symptoms are. I know the 'safe' answers aren't the most satisfying, but I am sure your doctor doesn't want either to make promises about things s/he isn't sure about, or to depress you with worst-case scenarios. It truly is hard, but you will have to give it some time.
I hope you are feeling better and that your symptoms improve very soon!