After a partial ablation, a partial breast form allows you to balance out your bust volume. With our choice of different shapes and sizes, the partial breast form adapts to your needs while ensuring complete support and comfort.
While the external breast prosthesis is intended to compensate for a complete breast removal, the external partial or balancing prosthesis is intended to compensate for the shape of the breast and bust after a partial mastectomy or sometimes a tumorectomy.
The models of external partial prostheses are varied to meet the specific needs of each woman after breast cancer surgery. The goal of the very discreet silicone breast supplements is to perfectly adapt to your shapes in order to obtain a smooth and therefore natural looking breast.
With a silicone balancing prosthesis you can:
Compensate for a part of the breast removed after a partial mastectomy or a zonenectomy, Compensate for a difference in size between two breasts (one breast is larger than the other).
At Oncovia you can find silicone partial breast prostheses from Amoena and Anita Care.
In addition, you can choose between the following products:
Choosing the size of a partial denture is more technical than choosing an external breast prosthesis.
You will find that some breast implants have universal sizes that range from S to XL. Examples of such sizes include the Ellipse and Varia Amoena models. These sizes refer to the size of the missing tissue that is to be filled. Therefore, it is necessary to perform a fitting in the store to choose the right model and shape of external partial prostheses for your needs.
In addition, other breast augmentation models have similar sizes to full silicone breast prostheses. For example, models such as Amoena's Oval or Delta supplement.
These shapes of breast supplements are designed to compensate more for a difference in size between the two breasts.
First, you need to choose the thickness you want to compensate:
Next, you need to select the size of your partial denture. To do this, follow the size guide for prostheses, which you will find on the page of the respecti