A 21-year-old female asked:
what's the cost of one veneer? can insurance cover it?
3 doctor answers • 8 doctors weighed in
Dentistry 35 years experience
It depends: The cost of veneer depends on the material used ( a direct vs. indirect veneer), the condition of the existing tooth ( decay, need for root canal, broken, need to have fillings replaced) and the color ( does this tooth or others needs to be whitened). Therefore the cost can range from $500-$3500+
Insurances generally do not cover any procedures done only for cosmetic reason.
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Pain Management 36 years experience
$800 - $2,000: On average, veneers can cost anywhere between $800 and $2,000 per tooth, depending on geographical location, individual cases and needs. Some insurance plan will cover this procedure and some will not.
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Orthodontics 53 years experience
Veneers: $500-2500. Works of art, not one-size-fits-all. Depends on your geographic area, skill of the practitioner, size, color, accessibility, material used, amount of tooth preparation required, your opposing occlusion, etc. Insurance will cover if premium hared for that service. If not on the procedure list, will not be covered. See your Dentist for individualized answer.
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A 21-year-old member asked:
Is the treatment for fibroids covered by insurance?
2 doctor answers • 5 doctors weighed in
Gynecology 34 years experience
Yes: If you are having symptoms from your fibroids that require treatment than the condition is medically necessary and your insurance will cover it. Just how much coverage you have depends upon the type of insurance plan you have and factors such as how much of your deductible you have already met for the year. You can probably check the details of coverage through your insurance company's website.
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A 38-year-old member asked:
What diagnosis are covered by insurance to have an echocardiogram?
2 doctor answers • 3 doctors weighed in
Cardiology 31 years experience
Many --: This is a curious question? You should not have to concern yourself about the diagnosis approvable -- that is your cardiologist responsibility -- but if you have a concern about your heart, then you should see a cardiologist and get your question and concern answered -.
6.2k viewsAnswered >2 years ago
A 54-year-old member asked:
How do I afford herpes medication without insurance?
3 doctor answers • 4 doctors weighed in
Geriatrics 40 years experience
Go to free clinic: One possibility is to go to a free clinic. Other is to write to the pharmaceutical company so they can evaluate your income too see if you qualify. Anyway antivirals for herpes don't help too much. Only when pts have too many recurrences a year is worth it to take the medicine on a daily basis forever.
6.1k viewsReviewed >2 years ago
A 40-year-old member asked:
Is cosmetic surgery covered by insurance?
6 doctor answers • 28 doctors weighed in
Facial Plastic Surgery 56 years experience
Insurance coverage: Cosmetic surgery is usually not coverd by insurance unless there is a functional component or the surgery is actually a reconstructive one such as following an accident or trauma. A doctor needs to have it evaluated and submit request for prior authorization.
5.7k viewsReviewed >2 years ago
A 37-year-old male asked:
I don't have insurance and can't see a doctor. I found out I have hep c. What should I do to medicate my disease?
2 doctor answers • 2 doctors weighed in
Family Medicine 33 years experience
No insurance: You can still be seen by a doctor without insurance. You have a disease that is life threatening. You need to be treated early in its course to save your liver. There are many programs and many clinics where you can be treated for reduced cost. Many of us also give discounts for cash pay and will work with you to make payments. Don't use the excuse that you can't be seen without insurance.
5.7k viewsAnswered >2 years ago
Last updated Nov 28, 2017
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