• Will Medicare Pay to Remove My Breast Implants? Medicare usually covers breast implant (saline or silicone) removal for certain conditions. Medicare coverage can differ depending on the state where you live. Whether or not Medicare will pay for your breast implant removal depends on many factors. This article will help you figure out if you should be covered for breast implant removal.
  • Sample Letters of Medical Necessity for Insurance Coverage of Explantation If you want to have your breast implants removed for medical reasons, and want your insurance company to pay for it, you will need a letter of medical necessity sent from your doctor to the insurance company. If you are using these letters without our guidance, please be aware that these are broad examples that need to be tailored to your specific case. For help writing your own letter of medical necessity, contact us at 
  • Medicare Breast Implant Removal Policies by State Click on your state (or territory) below to see it’s official Medicare policy on breast implant removal.