If you need a cranial prosthesis due to medical-related hair loss, including trichotillomania, alopecia, or cancer-related therapy, you can be eligible for reimbursement from your health insurance provider. Most private health insurance policies cover between 80% and 100% of the cost of a cranial prosthesis. Check your issuance benefits section under “covered expense” relating to a prosthesis, prosthetic devices, or durable medical equipment. Many companies don’t specify exclusions, so the actual coverage should be looked into. This will help your case.