Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer Essentials

Every breast cancer patient can benefit from our services. We are a resource to assist with overcoming the effects of a lumpectomy, mastectomy, or reconstructive surgery.

Once you’ve had a breast cancer diagnosis, Medicare, TennCare, and private insurance plans like Blue Cross Blue Shield, CIGNA, United Health Care, Aetna and others provide ongoing lifetime coverage of breast forms, bras and camisoles, and other accessories useful in maintaining your appearance, even if you’ve had reconstructive surgery.

Not sure what your insurance plan covers?  Just ask our insurance coverage expert.

Preparing For Surgery & Post-Surgical Care

It’s important to make an appointment with one of our Certified Mastectomy Fitters prior to surgery.  We can often answer a number of questions running through your head.  We can also provide the best post-surgical camisole in advance.

It’s easy to get started.  Just book a private fitting with one of our Certified Mastectomy Fitters at any of our three convenient Nashville-area locations by calling (615) 777-7465 or you can just email us here.

To find out why this can make a big difference in your comfort immediately after surgery and as you transition back home, click the button below.

Breast Prosthesis

For those recovering from a lumpectomy, we offer partial breast forms to restore symmetry. These forms are frequently useful for post-reconstruction as well.

For those recovering from mastectomy surgery, there are various types of breast forms available, each specifically designed for different lifestyles.

A private appointment with one of our Certified Mastectomy Fitters provides you with custom-fit options that match your body shape, the type of surgery you’ve had, and the needs of your lifestyle.



We proudly carry breast prosthesis from Amoena.

American Breast Care

We are the area’s exclusive provider of the American Breast Care Custom Prosthesis, the ultimate custom breast prosthesis.  This offers a great alternative to total reconstruction, and is particularly useful for complex surgical sites.

Pocketed Mastectomy Bras

An important part of recovery is recapturing your femininity and feeling great about your body again.

We’ve hand-selected the best mastectomy bras and matching accessories that meet your medical needs without sacrificing a feminine look and feel. We want the garments to give you confidence and a greater self-image.

Pocketed Mastectomy Camisoles

Our service often starts with camisoles specifically designed to be worn during recovery from breast cancer surgery.

Post-recovery, we introduce you to the very popular Valletta camisoles by Amoena.

Pocketed Mastectomy Swim Suits

We also also offer fashionable mastectomy swimwear that lets you resume outdoor activities with confidence.

Pocketed Mastectomy Apparel


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