What is Rhinoplasty?
What to expect after a Rhinoplasty treatment
Best candidates for Rhinoplasty
It depends. If you plan to just change the shape of your nose, it is considered a cosmetic surgery and insurance doesn’t cover this. However, if you are suffering from severe nasal obstruction symptoms, the maneuvers Dr. Patel uses to correct the obstruction can be covered by insurance, but this requires careful documentation and a process with your insurer so that the procedure may be covered.
For those requiring closed reduction of a nasal fracture from trauma, insurance will generally cover this type of rhinoplasty. Again, however, there is a limited window of time during which Dr. Patel can fix a broken nose after the accident.