Including chemotherapy, alopecia, trichotillomania, surgery, autoimmune, hereditary, male pattern baldness, medication and aging induced thinning or hair loss for women, men and children. Also fashion wigs for convenience, performing arts, and fun
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We are an Aetna and Medicaid Provider
Connecticut is one of six states who have passed legislation concerning chemotherapy induced hair loss. It requires insurance companies to cover up to $350 for a wig. Your insurance may cover more. Deductible and co-pays may apply. We will be happy to help you navigate your coverage and assist you with filing your claim.