Insurance Coverage

Many people who’ve had a single or double mastectomy, with or without reconstruction, don’t know that insurance may cover your purchase of post-surgery bras and mastectomy bras, breast prostheses and breast forms. With a qualifying prescription from your doctor, you may be eligible. Visit our Store Locator to find a Mastectomy Boutique near you.

Insurance companies are required to cover your L8000 mastectomy bra AFTER your surgery; however, each insurance provider has different requirements to complete your reimbursement. It is always best to call your personal provider to understand your coverage and any out-of-pocket costs. Don't have coverage in your area? Some providers will accept itemized receipts for claim submissions and often reimburse some coverage for your L8000 mastectomy bra purchase.

To submit an itemized receipt to your insurance provider, simply send them a copy of your order confirmation email. Your order confirmation email now provides all of the necessary information that is needed for your insurance provider, such as our tax id number, address and L8000 printed on the confirmation. If you need your email confirmation resent or if you run into any problems or have any questions please reach out to our insurance experts at

Claim receipts are not guaranteed for reimbursement as some insurance companies will reject them.

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Please note, AnaOno LLC will not process any claims on your behalf. We are here to answer any fit questions you may have.
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