Will Insurance Cover Latisse?

Doctor Answers 3

Probably Not

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

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

Bianca,

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.

Enjoy!

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

Sofia Rubbani, MD
Tucson Ophthalmologist
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Latisse , Insurance

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Bianca,

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.

Enjoy!

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

Sofia Rubbani, MD
Tucson Ophthalmologist

Latisse coverage by insurance?

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

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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