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Hair plays a significant role in the lives of many women. A woman's hair is the first physical characteristic one notices. Hair loss is not only a cosmetic concern, but my create feelings of vulnerability. Losing your hair can be one of the most devastating things you will ever have to cope with. We all know our self-image affects our self-esteem, and when hair loss occurs, it can become very emotional.
If you are being treated for medical hair loss, and would like to purchase a custom lace wig, we strongly suggest you contact your medical insurance company for pre-approval and instructions for claim reimbursement. Once you have this information have your doctor write you a prescription for a Cranial Hair Prosthesis, which is the medical term most insurance companies recognize. It's important that the prescription states "Cranial Hair Prosthesis", and not "Custom Lace Wig".
Most insurance companies cover from 80-100% for expenses used for the purpose of purchasing hair replacement. We also recommend you take photos of your hair loss, keep copies of all receipts, invoices and prescriptions. Send the copies with your claim to your insurance company or HMO. It may also help if you have your doctor include a statement on the prescription that reads, "for patients' emotional stability", as well as include the ICD-9 code.
California Lace Wigs, adheres to the medical guidelines for hair loss prosthesis. Upon placing your order you will be assigned a personal consultant who will guide you through the process of ordering your hair replacement. Your invoice will read "Cranial Hair Prosthesis" to match the prescription written by your doctor for the submission of reimbursement to your insurance company.
For more information on reimbursement, please contact your insurance company and speak with your doctor about your options.