Will Insurance Cover Latisse?

Doctor Answers 3

Probably Not

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Generally speaking, insurance does not cover treatments or drugs that are used for cosmetic purposes. However. you may want to ask your provider directly.

Latisse , Insurance

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No, Insurance does not cover Latisse because it is cosmetic and not medically necessary.

Allergan is always having promotional deals and discounts through you're local Cosmetic/ Derm/ or Plastic surgeons office.


Sofia Rubbani, MD, FACS, ASLMS
NYU School of Medicine

Sofia Rubbani, MD
Tucson Ophthalmologist

Latisse coverage by insurance?

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Latisse is indicated for hypotrichosis, inadequate quality of the lashes. Although a medical "condition," treatment of this is considered cosmetic and elective, and is not covered by any insurance I know of. 

Gary Kawesch, MD (retired)
San Jose Ophthalmologist

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