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Eyelid surgery

Eyelid surgery

Postby sfkats » Mon Jan 22, 2018 3:21 pm

Hi
I have a very droopy upper eyelid. It runs in the family,
My mom had to get surgery for it. I will as well.
The doctor said if Insurance will cover depends on how
I do on the Peripheral Vision test.
If I pass this test, is there still a way to get insurance
to cover?...I will have to have this done at some point,
I would rather have it done now, while I'm relatively
young. I'm 60.
Thanks
sfkats
 
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Re: Eyelid surgery

Postby relm1 » Thu Jan 25, 2018 7:58 pm

Hello,

Insurance is very difficult to deal with. They are NOT in the business of health but profit. The peripheral test I had was basically me looking straight ahead and the doctor holding up different number of fingers at the extreme range of my vision. Like how many fingers is he holding up sort of stuff. I do not know what this has to do with blepharoplasty but at the extreme range it was difficult.
relm1
 
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