Will insurance cover breast implants?

Sometimes. If the implants are being use to correct a deformity such as after breast cancer then yes. For cosmetic purposes no.
It depends. Implants for reconstructive problems, like breast reconstruction after mastectomy, would be covered. Implants for purely cosmetic concerns, like wanting a larger breast size, would not be typically covered by insurance. Best to speak with a board-certified plastic surgeon about your concerns.
Implants-insurance. The only time breast implants are covered by insurance is if they are used for reconstructive purposes, e.g,, after breast removal (mastectomy) for cancer, or for a birth defect.
In certain cases. In certain cases, yes, insurance will pay for breast implants. Specifically, patients who are undergoing reconstruction following breast cancer treatment, for instance.

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If a women gets plastic surgery for botched breast implants will her insurance cover it?

Probably not. Insurers spend time looking for reasons not to cover health care. Labeling a procedure "cosmetic" is one of their favorite excuses to say "no." don't argue with your doctor. Argue with your insurer. Read more...
Generally NO. All insurance policies are different and i would suggest you find out the specifics of your policy. Having said that, most insurance policies do not cover cosmetic procedures or their complications. Read more...
Probably Not. Best to assume that your health insurance company will not cover any procedure related to breast augmentation surgery. It would be wise to have a personal “fund”, understanding that most patients who undergo breast augmentation surgery will likely need additional surgery at some point in their lives. There is however no standard “exchange period” for breast implants. Read more...

I am researching about breast implants and the size I want is e and I'm already a d. I need more information, price, ect.

Plastic surgeon. You need to find a plastic surgeon, who will have information on his own preferred brand, style, etc, as well as his price. Read more...
Plastic surgeon. Find a qualified plastic surgeon. They don't have them on the internet or at walmart as yet. By the way, what's wrong with a d? Many women would think a miracle happened if they woke up with a d. What is this fascination over breast size anyway? Read more...
Same price. Implants' price does not change with size. It may cost you as much as for your last surgery. If you ask your surgeon you could get an estimate. Read more...
Many Resources. I would suggest starting with the american society of plastic surgery and/or the aesthetic society of plastic surgery to obtain a list of well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons.? then, i would suggest you visit a few surgeons whose practices  concentrate on aesthetic surgery. See lots of examples of their work and preferably speak/see patients who have had similar procedures done. Read more...
Price depends. The cost for breast augmentation will vary depending on geographic location, type of implant, and type of anesthesia. The national average is $5, 975. In my practice most patients spend $5, 000 for a silicone breast augmentation under general anesthesia as an outpatient. Read more...