American Breast Care does not sell directly to consumers.We encourage you to visit an ABC retailer/certified mastectomy fitter who will help you choose the best ABC products for you.
American Breast Care offers a wide variety of mastectomy bras. Blending innovation and beauty, our designs prioritize comfort to create pieces that look great and feel even better.
We recommend you see a certified mastectomy fitter to learn which style and size are best for you.
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At ABC, survivor feedback and suggestions guide the innovation, beauty, and femininity of our bra collections.
Every ABC bra is lined with pockets inside the bra cups to securely hold the breast prostheses in place.
Mastectomy bras are designed to conceal and secure your breast prostheses in the bra while maintaining your confidence and comfort.
Mastectomy bras are covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurance plans.
about mastectomy bras
Where can I buy a mastectomy bra?
ABC works with retailers around the country who specialize in taking care of your specific mastectomy needs. Use our retailer locator to find a location near you.
How much do mastectomy bras cost?
Mastectomy bras vary in cost, but on average are around $45.00. Post-surgical and other specialty bras are also available and will vary in cost.
How can I pay for a mastectomy bra?
Most Medicare plans and private-insurance policies help to cover all or most of the cost. Speak to your certified mastectomy fitter for more information on what coverage your specific plan or policy covers. You can also choose to pay out-of-pocket, or investigate a medical credit card.
Do I need a prescription to buy a mastectomy bra?
You must have a prescription for your mastectomy bras if you plan to use Medicare or your private-insurance policy to cover the cost. You do not need a prescription if you pay out-of-pocket.
How often should I replace my mastectomy bra?
The average life expectancy of a mastectomy bra is 3-6 months. Remember, a mastectomy bra serves a specific purpose: to securely and comfortably hold a breast form to the body. Please visit a certified mastectomy fitter immediately if your breast form starts to feel heavy or if you experience a change in weight. Do not wait and be uncomfortable.
How soon after surgery can I switch from a post-surgical bra to a regular mastectomy bras?
We recommend you continue to wear your recovery products until your surgical site has healed, and the swelling at the site is diminished. This is usually around 3 months, but individual healing varies greatly. At this point, your doctor will write you a prescription for mastectomy bras that you can get fit for by a Certified Mastectomy Fitter at your ABC retailer.
I didn’t have breast cancer. Can I still use mastectomy bras and camisoles?
Absolutely! Many women enjoy the support, comfort, and coverage that a mastectomy bra provides. This will be an out-of-pocket purchase.
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