Breast Reconstruction Alternative

October 13, 2016


If you are facing mastectomy surgery as part of your breast cancer treatment, there are several ways to manage the changes your body will undergo. You may be considering surgical breast reconstruction. As with any surgery this option comes with risk, pain and often long recovery times. If you don’t want more surgery, wearing a breast prosthesis may be a good option. There is no risk, pain or recovery time and you can return to your usual activities much more quickly. Our breast prosthetics will fit into a mastectomy bra with pockets or you can wear any bra that fits well and has good coverage for your breast prosthesis. Our breast prosthetics look realistic with nipple/areola detail and clients tell us they feel natural. Bressanté breast prosthetics are soft, lightweight, made with high quality silicone and are quite durable. They resist punctures and there is nothing to leak out. Not only are our prosthetics durable and comfortable to wear, we have priced them to be affordable. Available in 3 skin tone colours we have a breast prosthesis that will help restore your curves. Bressanté breast prostheses are versatile and adjustable so you can get the perfect fit. If you don’t want more surgery or you would rather wait until you’re feeling strong and healthy again, consider one of our beautiful breast prostheses. You will be so glad you did! If you need help with the ordering process be sure and get in touch. We are here to help.

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Sizing Charts & Gallery

Breast Prosthetics Measurement Chart

 Cup size Our Size

Approx. Side to Side Measurement

Approx. Top to Bottom Measurement


A cup

Small A

Full A

6.5 in (17 cm)

7 in (18 cm)

6.25 in (16 cm)

6.25 in (16 cm)

B cup

Small B

Full B

7.5 in (19 cm)

8 in (20 cm)

7 in (18 cm)

7.5 in (19 cm)

C cup

Small C

Full C

8.5 in (21 cm)

8.75 in (22 cm)

8 in (20 cm)

8.25 in (21 cm)

D cup

Small D

Full D

9.25 in (24 cm)

9 in (23 cm)

8 in (20 cm)

8.75 in (22 cm)

DD cup

Full DD

9.75 in (25 cm)

10.5 in (27 cm)

DDD cup Full DDD 11.5 in (29.5 cm)

10.75 in (27.5 cm)

 Stretchy Bra Sizing

 Our size
Approx. Bra Size


Important Features To Look For In A Bra

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  1. Adjustable straps
  2. Good Separation between Cups
  3. Solid Underband
  4. Elastic in Cleavage Area
  5. Wide on the Sides

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  1. Wide, padded straps
  2. Centre fits close to chest
  3. Full coverage cups
  4. Solid Underband
  5. Extra Support on sides

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  1. Front Closure
  2. Smooth Cups
  3. Wide Straps
  4. Support on Sides


Small A Cup size (front & side view)

Full A Cup size (front & side view)

Small B cup size (front & side view)

Full B cup size (front & side view)

Small C cup size (front & side view)

Full C cup size (front & side view)

Small D cup size (front & side view)

Full D cup size (front & side view)

Full DD cup (front & side view)