Pedicures are one of the oldest types of cosmetic surgery.
It is known as an “old-fashioned” cosmetic procedure and was first performed in the 17th century.
It was not uncommon for women to be treated in this way for their “unnatural” blemishes.
Today, more than 20 million people in the US have undergone a pedicle operation.
However, there are still thousands of women out there who are not covered by the cosmetic surgery coverage that is offered by the National Health Insurance, according to the National Association of Pedicure Surgeons.
The main reasons why you may not be covered include:The procedure is not covered under Medicare or Medicaid.
You may need to pay out-of-pocket for the procedure.
You must also go through a long and expensive and sometimes painful medical process.