You may be aware that daily multivitamins are not FSA/HSA eligible. So, how can you get Pharmaden’s supplements to be?
There are some types of vitamins that qualify, like prenatals, but in some cases doctors may prescribe a specific vitamin to treat a medical condition that falls outside of FSA regulations i.e. gingivitis. These other vitamins may only be eligible with proper documentation from a doctor.
Off the shelf vitamins have no studies. Pharmaden has the only double blind study showing it significantly reduces pocket depth, plaque, and bleeding. The FSA/HSA needs to know this. Our dental customers report that they usually can get them covered by patients FSA/HSA.
In this case, a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) may be required.
Give this form to your dentist to fill out so you can submit it to the person in charge of your FSA/HSA.
We left it in a Word document so the information can be edited by your dentist.
We hope this can be helpful!