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    Kevin Haney
    A.S.K. Benefit Solutions, New Jersey
    Health insurance may cover keloid removal if connected in some way with another covered event. For example, if you required surgery to address a serious health issue and the keloids formed from the surgical scar, your policy will probably cover the removal. Likewise if the scarring resulted from an accident where you sought treatment within a prescribed time frame, then the procedure may be covered. 

    Most plans will not pay benefits for any purely cosmetic procedure.
    Answered on May 14, 2014
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