• Triangle: suits a variety of body and surgery types, fits well with most bras;
  • Symmetrical: natural full profile, recommended for use with bilateral surgery; not side specific;
  • Asymmetrical: offers a natural, full profile, replaces tissue at upper chest and underarm; side specific;
  • Teardrop: tapered extension can be positioned in any direction for optimal fit;
  • Heart shape: can be positioned in any direction;
  • Post-surgery forms, puffs: soft, lightweight, recommended for leisure wear, minimizes irritation to sensitive tissue; can be worn in post-op camisole and post-op bra;
  • Swimforms: ideal for water activities, can be used in chlorinated and salty water;
  • Comfort: equalizes the temperature between the breast form and body by absorbing excess body heat, which reduces overheating and perspiration behind the form;
  • Partial shapes: for post-lumpectomy, post-reconstruction and enhancement of underdeveloped breasts; evens out the breast providing side-specific coverage and fullness;
  • Contact: can be worn attached to chest wall or unattached (with protective back in place) worn in the bra pocket; self adhere to the body and should be supported by the bra; moves with the body, matching the remaining breast movements; relieves pressure of the shoulders; provides more freedom in clothing choices.

Hairstyls for all occassions