It's something only your surgeon can answer, but you'll have consults, a hospital bill, surgeon's bill, anesthesiologist (?), and followups. Considering it's not life threatening, I'd probably skip it without insurance.
Although, if your sleep doctor and ENT contacted your insurance and related the surgery to your apnea, maybe it could get covered.
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