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The cost of surgery varies depending on the type of surgery required for different kinds of noses. Therefore, the doctor will determine the exact cost after the first visit.View Question
If your issue is just the nasal fracture, your insurance does not support its treatment cost because three years have passed since the fracture of your nose and the nasal bone has been completely welded. But if you’ve got the deviation of nose, your insurance will pay a share of your surgery cost. Moreover, you must be at least 18 years old for the rhinoplasty.View Question
the insurance covers the costs of fracture surgery up to the first month after fracture. After this time, the nose is welded and the surgery would be considered as a cosmetic surgery. Therefore, the insurance doesn’t cover its costs.View Question
if it is passed less than one month since fracture, the insurance often undertakes a share of surgery cost; if not, no because the bone is welded and it should be ameliorated through cosmetic surgery.View Question
If it passes more than one month since your nasal fracture, the insurance will not undertake the surgery cost because the bones are welded and after this time, your surgery is considered as a cosmetic surgeryView Question
in general, the rhinoplasty is a voluntary surgery and your nasal deviation can be improved along with the rhinoplasty. The insurance covers the costs related to the septoplasty.View Question
if it’s determined that you have nasal deviation, the insurance will pay the septoplasty costs. Otherwise, your nose job is considered as a cosmetic surgery and the insurance will not cover the costs.View Question