Here is a guide to picking and selecting bras for your new breasts.
My patients are looking forward to go shopping with new bras after breast augmentation. Because now you need to remove your old bras from your closet. However, there are some things to consider when taking a bra after breast augmentation surgery. Here is a guide to picking and selecting bras for your new breasts.
Immediately after your breast augmentation surgery, you will wear a corset for a while. I know they’re not very aesthetic, and they don’t look good. You want to get rid of them as soon as possible and get out of the bras. But remember, these types of corsets are very important in your healing process, they provide comfort during recovery, they are safe, and make it easier for you to get through the process. These corsets are designed to provide stable compression of the implants for breast augmentation, increase circulation in the area and assist in lymphatic drainage, and provide a gentle compression. Please follow your doctor’s advice and try to love your corsets for a while.
It may take a few months for your breasts to lessen the edema, which means that any bras you’ve bought before will not be appropriate after fully recovering, so you need to be little more patient.
Shopping time for new bras
After seeing the results of your surgery in full, you can now go shopping. Please ask a professional for this. By measuring you and determines your new breast sizes. Suggests the shape and form suitable for your new breasts. Professional not only directs you to the choice of bra, but also makes you aware of support and comfort.
What bras were you interested in before your operation? Can be unsupported and triangular models? Try the models you never approached before. This also means different colors, shapes, fabrics and textures! You can be fun and creative. However, you can find the right choice by trying.
Stay away from online shopping for a while
Yes, you have new breasts and a new shape. 2020 bra models, let it you stand in your shopping cart for a while. I suggest you don’t shop online until you know your chest structure.
Don’t buy expensive bras for a while
Just like online shopping, stay away from expensive bras in the first place. Taking super expensive undergarments until you’re fully healed and recognize your chest structure can upset you. There’s nothing more destructive than not fitting you, burying a nice, expensive, but in the drawer. Do your expensive purchases after you’ve fully recovered and found the right one.