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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

At Princeton Plastic Surgeons, the health and well-being of our patients, employees and our community is our top priority. We understand the concern and uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are committed to being responsive to the needs of our patients as the situation evolves.

In consideration of the risk that Covid-19 poses to the community at large our Office and Medspa are temporarily closed. This is also in accordance with the new CMS recommendation that all elective surgeries, non-essential medical, surgical and dental procedures be delayed during this outbreak. Events are progressing rapidly and the viral pandemic is projected to seriously impact many Americans and others around the world. We must all do what is necessary to reduce the risk of virus transmission and conserve needed medical supplies. We of course are still available for urgent or emergent care.

We are open for virtual consultations or phone consultations for those who wish to have a consultation during this time at 609-301-0760. Rest assured, the closure is preventative and not due to an exposure within our office community or staff. There will be a staff member who can respond to patients who have had surgery, reschedule appointments, and answer phone calls.

Best wishes for your continued health and a prompt end to this crisis.

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