Surgical codes are packaged codes, meaning the normal supplies used to perform the procedure have already been factored into the price. You cannot unbundle and bill the supplies. The cost of the normal supplies used (i.e., needles, syringes, gauze) has already been assessed and factored into pricing of that surgical CPT code.
It helps to understand how codes are valued. Codes are assigned Relative Value Unites (RVU). The RVU is comprised of three weighted components: Work, Malpractice Expense, and Practice Expense RVUs. To be more specific, the Practice Expense component includes the cost of maintaining a practice such as rent, equipment, supplies, and non-physician staff costs. The normal supplies, including drugs, needles, gloves, etc. are part of the Practice Expense component and have already been allocated into the pricing and value of the surgical code.