I have a deviated septum, and want to get my nose restructured, will my insurance cover this? Would this be considered cosmetic or an actual health issue
Typically, . Typically, insurance will cover treatment for deviated septum in a patient with symptoms from the deviation, most commonly airway obstruction. The coverage will probably cover only the part of surgery appropriate to resolution of the symptoms. I am not sure what is meant by getting your "nose restructured, " but any part of the procedure done for aesthetic reasons will not likely by paid for by the insurer.
In . In general, if you have breathing problems associated with nasal septal deviation, your insurance will cover this correction. Expect to pay out-of-pocket for any cosmetic procedures done to improve the appearance of your nose.