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Finding a great dermatologist that takes your insurance can be difficult. At iMatrix Dermatology Division, we accept a wide range of insurance plans. If helpful, we also work with our patients to ensure convenient payment plans are established. One of the most common issues patients experience when paying for dermatology services is determining what’s typically covered by insurance. We've covered our most common insurance questions below:
There are a wide range of services that are generally covered by insurance. These services can be as simple as prescriptions for acne, to complicated procedures like mole biopsies and removal. Contacting your insurance company will help you understand what procedures or treatments are covered and what is not. Always take into consideration that dermatologists are skin care specialists. Your insurance company may require you to get a referral from your general practitioner before seeing a dermatologist.
Most appointments with your dermatologist will fall under the specialist co-pay, which means you will need to pay a little more to cover your office visit. This is the first step to using insurance at the dermatologist. In most cases insurance covers treatment, but not preventative medicine. This means your insurance company will cover some of your prescribed medications, as well as the biopsy and removal of moles. Your insurance company may also cover the treatment of certain skin care services or skin treatments, and even the general treatment of common skin ailments.
For the most part, insurance plans cover a wide range of medically necessary treatments that are prescribed or performed by your dermatologist. The best way to find out what your insurance covers is to talk to a representative. That being said, iMatrix Dermatology Division accepts most major insurance plans. We also work with our patients to create a convenient payment plan to handle any costs that are not covered by the insurance company.
It is always helpful to set up an initial consultation to see how what iMatrix Dermatology Division can do for you. Making an appointment is the first step toward getting better.
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