Designed to support and lift drooping breasts, Breform is made of a polyester material which has been used in reconstructive surgery for over 40 years and is totally acceptable to the body. Once inserted it is not possible to feel the device under the skin.
As long as there is no major weight gain or loss, then the Breform Internal Bra should ensure that your breasts retain their youthful shape and not droop.
Breast lift: Am I suitable?
The Breform is suitable for women with normal sized but droopy breasts. If your breasts are very large, it can be combined with a breast reduction procedure.
If you’re planning to have children then it is not advisable to have the Breform fitted.
Breast lift: What do I have to do to prepare?
As the Breform is fitted as part of a surgical procedure then your surgeon will give you instructions to help you prepare for surgery and these may include guidelines on eating and drinking, smoking, and taking or avoiding certain vitamins and medications. While making preparations, be sure to arrange for someone to drive you home after your surgery and to help you out for a few days, if needed.
Breast lift: What’s the treatment like?
The Breform is used during an breast uplift or reduction procedure. In both, the Breform device is inserted into the fatty layer of the breast and sutured to the chest wall as well as strategic points in the breast muscle.
Breast lift: What about after?
The same outcome applies when having a straightforward breast reduction or breast uplift.
Breast lift: Are there any risks or side effects?
There are the usual risk and side effects associated with surgery. The manufacturers claim that the Breform actually improves the possible scarring as the breast skin is more supported.
Breast lift: What will it cost me?
It will add to the cost of the surgical procedure that you’re having – approximately an extra £1,000.