How can I get my insurance company to pay for my jaw surgery?
Has anyone ever been successful in getting their insurance company to cover it when normally that would not have?
Does anybody know of any doctors that perform the surgery and discounted rates or free? Programs?
Answers: INSURANCE DOES NOT COVER IT. IT IS ELECTIVE. YOU CAN CONTACT THE COMPANY AND ASK THEM UNDER WHICH CIRCUMSTANCES THEY COVER IT AND THEY WILL NEED PROOF THAT IT IS NECESSARY TO THE BENEFIT OF YOUR HEALTH, BUT THEY USUALLY FIND A WAY NOT TO COVER IT. YOU CAN TRY A DENTAL TRAINIG FACILITY WITH A MAXILLOFACIAL UNIT AS I KNOW RESIDENTS DO OPERATE ON SUCH CASES.
The insurance companies will only cover what your employer signs up for.
Talk to your HR Manager to find out what options you have.
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