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Breast cancer and prosthetics

Learn how you can be fitted for a breast prosthesis and how to look after your prosthesis. A breast prosthesis is an artificial breast form that replaces the shape of. Learn about the different types of breast prostheses to choose from, including prosthesis shapes, weights, materials, skin tones and swim prostheses. If you decide that breast reconstruction isn't right for you but still want a breast shape, a prosthesis, also called a breast form, can help you look. covers some external breast prostheses (including a post-surgical bra) after a mastectomy. Part A covers surgically implanted breast prostheses after a mastectomy if the surgery takes place in an inpatient setting. Part B covers the surgery if it takes place in an outpatient setting. Screening for Breast Cancer Summary of Recommendations. If breast reconstruction isn’t right for you, we can provide you with an artificial breast prosthesis — an insert that you can tuck into a bra — so that your breasts look symmetrical. Breast prostheses are available in different materials (silicone gel, foam, and fiberfill) and textures (firm, medium, and soft). Sizes, shapes, and skin tones vary widely. Before surgery, ask your cancer team about prostheses. Find out if you might need a prosthesis. If so, ask if it can be placed or implanted during surgery. Make sure that you get a prescription for the prosthesis, because it may be covered by health insurance (this includes wigs). Breast prostheses. Wear a breast form (that fits into your bra).Last Revised: February 15,
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