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Most cosmetic procedures are not covered by insurance, as they are considered elective, rather than necessary for the health of the patient.

Many reconstructive procedures are often covered by health insurance, including:

  • Breast reduction (based upon patient condition)
  • Breast reconstruction
  • Facial reconstruction
  • Some nose surgeries (to repair a deviated septum)
  • Eyelid surgery (to restore vision in patients with heavy, drooping eyelids)

Our Team is Here to Help.

If you have questions about a procedure and whether insurance will cover some or part of the cost, we are here to help you get answers. Talk to our friendly administrative staff to find out whether your procedure is covered by your current health insurance company.


If the procedure you want is not covered by insurance, we can help you with financing terms, so you can have the procedure you want – when you want it. Call us today for help.


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Practice Update Regarding COVID-19

We are pleased to announce Princeton Plastic Surgeons is now OPEN! ⭐️ Your health and safety is our top priority. We are now taking appointments with strict protocols in place in accordance to the CDC and NJ Department of Health. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality of care in a safe environment for our patients. WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL!

The following protocols will be in place:

  • Please complete all new patient forms in advance online before the day of your appointment
  • Upon arrival please stay in your vehicle and call our office to check in. Please arrive on time and alone.
  • Patients must wear a mask in the office at all times.
  • COVID 19 screening questions and temperature check will be done when entering the building
  • Hand sanitizer used before entering treatment rooms
  • No patients will be in the waiting room. One patient in the office at a time.
  • Ongoing staff testing and temperature checks
  • Staff will be in protective PPE – face masks, face shields, gloves, disposable gowns and any other necessary protective gear.
  • All treatment rooms, restrooms and office area will be thoroughly sanitized
  • Continue to offer virtual appointments if necessary – consultations/follow ups

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