Will My Health Insurance Cover Dermatology?

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Nevada Insurance Enrollment Answers Does Your Health Insurance Pay for Your Dermatology Appointment?

LAS VEGAS - nvtip -- Your skin is your body's largest organ and taking care of it is an important part of overall wellness. While many people think of skincare from a purely cosmetic angle, the truth is that it is important for general health.

Health insurance pays for dermatology appointments in the same way that it does any other visit with a specialist. If the treatment you are seeking is "medically necessary", and you have followed your plan's rules for getting referrals or seeing in-network providers, you will not have to pay for your care entirely out of pocket. You'll pay your normal co-pays and/or deductible and/or co-insurance.

When Does Health Insurance Cover Dermatology?
In order for your health insurance policy to pay for your dermatology visit, the service must be medically necessary. In other words, during the appointment, the dermatologist must evaluate your symptoms, make a diagnosis, or create or continue a treatment plan. The doctor must also be able to demonstrate how not getting the condition treated could affect your general health. In other words, it will not be covered if it's a "vanity" desire. Like removing tattoos because you think they are ugly. That's not going to be considered medically necessary, unless the tattoo looks suspicious to your medical provider and they want to biopsy the skin or treat the skin.

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