Cosmetic Sample Clauses

Cosmetic. In lieu of the benefits provided above, benefits shall be payable for a contact lens or contact lenses when prescribed for cosmetic purposes by a participating provider or a non-participating optometrist or ophthalmologist. If prescribed by a non-participating optometrist or ophthalmologist, benefits shall be payable in accordance with the contact lenses fees as described in the reimbursement schedule under Paragraph (a)(ii) of this Article III. If prescribed by a participating provider, an allowance of one hundred twenty dollars ($120.00) will be made in lieu of all other benefits.
Cosmetic. 5. Any portion of a charge for a service in excess of the reasonable and customary charge (the charge usually made by the provider when there is no insurance, not to exceed the prevailing charge in the area for vision care of a comparable nature, by a person of similar training and experience).
Cosmetic. DERMATOLOGY The College is developing a Post Fellowship course in Cosmetic Dermatology. Parallel with our application for Higher Education Provider (HEP) status, we have commenced development of what will ultimately be a Master’s Program in Cosmetic Dermatology. A Taskforce has been established to oversee the development of the program. To date, we have focussed on the development of a syllabus for an entirely onlineGraduate Certificate in Cosmetic Dermatology. This will be aknowledge-based program introducing cosmetic theory and techniques to Fellows of the College. Diploma and Master’s level will include significant procedural components. Taskforce Members, A/Prof Greg Goodman (Chair), Dr Adrian Lim, Dr Shobhan Manoharan, Dr Grant Bellaney (NZ) Dr Anita Patel, Dr Patricia Lowe and Dr Alice Rudd, have all contributed to the development of the curriculum, supported by Brian Bailey the College Education Officer. The Graduate Certificate syllabus consists of 4 units: 1. OVERVIEW OF COSMETIC DERMATOLOGY 2. THE COSMETIC CONSULTATION 3. SURFACE ACTIVE PROCEDURES 4. INJECTABLES We are now seeking writers to convert each of the four units into smaller topics or content areas. Writers can expect to take about 10 hours to write a topic in consultation with Unit Managers supported by the College Education Officer. Writers are eligible for CPD for the activity. They will also be acknowledged as the writer and topic expert in the online program. Contact to register your interest in this opportunity.
Cosmetic. The use of MMP Inhibitors for treatment of skin deterioration.
Cosmetic. Cosmetic or reconstructive procedures and attendant hospitalization, except for newborn children or due to trauma or disease, done for aesthetic purposes and not to restore an impaired function of the body. Cosmetic procedures will not be covered regardless of the fact that the lack of correction causes emotional or psychological effects. Complications or subsequent surgery related in any way to any previous cosmetic procedure shall not be covered, regardless of medical necessity.
Cosmetic services and plastic surgery except as may be provided under section 10, Statement of Rights Under the Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act of 1998; any treatment, surgery (cosmetic or plastic), service or supply to alter, improve or enhance the shape or appearance of the body whether or not for psychological or emotional reasons including: • Face lifts, body lifts, tummy tucks, liposuctions, removal of excess skin, removal or reduction of non-malignant moles, blemishes, varicose veins, cosmetic eyelid surgery, and other surgical procedures. • Procedures to remove healthy cartilage or bone from the nose (or other part of the body). • Chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser or light treatments, bleaching, creams, ointments or other treatments or supplies to alter the appearance or texture of the skin. • Insertion or removal of any implant that alters the appearance of the body (such as breast or chin implants); except removal of an implant will be covered when medically necessary. • Removal of tattoos (except for tattoos applied to assist in covered medical treatments, such as markers for radiation therapy). • Repair of piercings and other voluntary body modifications, including removal of injected or implanted substances or devices. • Surgery to correct Gynecomastia. • Breast augmentation.• Otoplasty.
Cosmetic. Those for plastic, reconstructive or cosmetic surgery, or other dental services or supplies, that are primarily intended to improve, alter or enhance appearance. This applies whether or not the services and supplies are for psychological or emotional reasons. Facings on molar crowns and pontics will always be considered cosmetic.
Cosmetic. (i) Proof-of-concept applications of MMP Inhibitors for reducing skin deterioration ; and (ii) development of a prototype product for associated skin conditions that may be either an over-the-counter or prescription application.
Cosmetic. The MassHealth agency does not pay for any drug used for cosmetic purposes or for hair growth.