If precertification requirements apply Aetna considers these drugs to be medically necessary for those members who meet any of the following precertification criteria: For Atralin, Avita, Retin-A, Retin-A Micro gel, tretinoin, tretinoin microsphere gel, and Tretin-X. A documented diagnosis of any one of the following: Acne vulgaris (includes. Aetna considers dermabrasion for removal of acne scars cosmetic. Dermabrasion and microdermabrasion are considered experimental and investigational in treating active acne because it has been shown to increase inflammation associated with active acne.
Number: Policy. Aetna considers the following treatments experimental and investigational for acne vulgaris because of insufficient evidence of effectiveness in comparison with established treatments for acne. Acne Surgery Aetna considers acne surgery such as marsupialization, opening or removal of multiplemliai, comedones, cysts, pustules medically necessary for the treatment of acne Aetna considers cryoslush therapy (solid CO2 mixed with acetone) and liquid nitrogen therapy experimental and investigational for acne because their effectiveness for this indication has not been established.
Aetna offers health insurance, as well as dental, vision and other plans, to meet the needs of individuals and families, employers, health care providers and insurance agents/brokers. The . Jul 27, · We have a 3 tier program with Aetna - I am guessing when I pick up my first script it will be $10 for generics. But, everyone has different coverage based on their plan. I find it ironic that through insurance you can get generic forms of accutane for so little.
What Causes Adult Acne? There are many reasons you can break out as an adult. Stress or changes in your hormone levels, like menopause or switching or stopping birth control pills, are two. Aug 09, · Severe adult acne often comes with more extreme redness, swelling, irritation, and deep cysts. Another condition, rosacea, is often referred to as “adult acne,” but is different from classic acne.