Insurance companies may cover the cost of office visits and diagnostic testing. Because allergy drops are an off-label use of FDA-approved antigens, they are not typically covered by insurance but many plans and employers are including it as part of their plan. Check with your carrier first.
You can pay for allergy drops with a Health Savings Account or Flex Spending reimbursement. Even without insurance coverage, people find treatment affordable and comparable to other medication or visit co-pays. Most patients agree that the temporary investment in allergy drops is well worth the lasting results and improvement in their health and quality of life
Our interactive Allergy Cost Calculator can help you see the bottom line of what your allergies are really costing you.