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Will insurance cover any part of facelift costs?

Erik A. Hoy, MD
Plastic Surgery
A facelift is considered a cosmetic procedure, and as such, is not typically covered by most health insurance policies. Many cosmetic practices will allow financing or participation in credit plans however. 
Stuart A. Linder, MD
Plastic Surgery
Insurance will Not generally cover any part of a face-lift. A rhytidectomy is considered elective or cosmetic surgery that is not covered by any health insurance. This is a luxury procedure that is cash only.

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