Are you unhappy with the way your breasts appear? Are you disgruntled with its shape and size? Well the ‘invisible bra’ might just be for you then.
The invisible bra has to be worn under the skin and is actually a mesh support. It can be considered as yet another option to the implants and a better one actually. The mesh is in the form of a cone which is to be put together with stitches to a layer of fat just over the breast tissue.
Hernia operations and Breforms as this system is named draw a similarity with respect to supporting the new shape and taking the strain off scars and skin. This isn’t an easy task and thus as of now only six UK surgeons have been tutored to intersperse the mesh which they illustrate as ‘like a bra cup without the straps’.
This surgery is apparently very safe and one can’t feel the presence of the mesh inside as Consultant breast surgeon Fiona Court from Nuffield Health suggests. It is advantageous for those who have undergone a radiotherapy treatment.
Amongst its other advantages is the time span for which this system lasts which is approximately claimed to be more than ten years which is more than that implants. It is certified to be used only in Europe but not yet in the U.S.
It might be a confidence booster for many women but comes with a price tag of £ 5900 which evidently suggests that it isn’t within the reach of every woman in need of it.