Loose skin around the eyes, combined with the buildup of fatty tissue, can give you a tired or sleepy facial appearance. Thankfully, Eos rejuvenation can help you address these concerns through eyelid surgery. Before getting blepharoplasty, you will naturally have a few questions. For example, you may wonder whether eyelid surgery is covered by insurance. The answer depends on several factors, including your specific insurance carrier as well as your reasons for getting eyelid surgery in the first place.

Reasons to Seek Blepharoplasty

There are two basic kinds of blepharoplasty: upper eyelid surgery and lower eyelid surgery. Depending on your specific needs, you may opt for one procedure over the other, or choose to have them performed in combination.

Eyelid surgery can resolve many common issues, including:

  • Drooping upper eyelids.
  • The appearance of a heavier brow.
  • Large under-eye bags.
  • Wrinkles and fine lines under the eye, including crow’s feet.
  • Impairment of peripheral vision.

The first step in your blepharoplasty journey will begin with a consultation, allowing you to discuss your aesthetic goals with Dr. Nima. He will then recommend the surgical option best suited to addressing those needs.

Will Blepharoplasty Be Covered Under Insurance?

While all insurance plans are different, most will not cover elective procedures chosen for purely aesthetic reasons. 

Some insurance companies might cover an upper blepharoplasty to restore your peripheral vision. To get the procedure covered, you will need confirmation from your eye doctor detailing that you need blepharoplasty to address a significant vision impairment.

At Eos Rejuvenation in Beverly Hills, we are always happy to discuss insurance with you and are more than willing to help you navigate the claims process. Assuming insurance does not cover the cost of your blepharoplasty, we can also review the flexible financing options we provide.

Explore Your Options for Facial Rejuvenation

The eyelids are relatively small parts of the anatomy, yet they can have a massive effect on your overall facial appearance. Not only can they compromise your aesthetics, but they can also impede your visual function. For refreshment and long-lasting restoration, consider blepharoplasty. At Eos Rejuvenation, we are happy to provide whatever information you need about the procedure and the logistics of payment and insurance. Schedule a consultation with board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Nima by contacting our Beverly Hills office today.