Insurance covers treatments for Bell’s Palsy in the immediate state, meaning you go to the emergency room. It is considered an urgent medical matter. They always have to cover it legally. Once you get to facial reanimation, it really varies from insurance to insurance. Most insurances do have to cover it, especially when it’s dealing with the eye – poor eye closure and eye function – because that can be severely debilitating for patients who don’t treat it properly.
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