Breast Binders

Breast binders are used to flatten breasts by use of constrictive materials. Common materials used in breast binders are elastic or non-elastic bandages, undergarments made of spandex or synthetic fiber, cloth strips etc. They provide compression and help in reducing swelling, bruising and other incidences like occurrence of hematomas that often follow invasive chest procedures. Breast binders are very easy to put on and comfortable to carry. They are made up of special fabrics that look attractive as well. Buy popular Breast Binders like Expand-A-Band Traditional Lined Solid Color Breast Binder and Expand-A-Band Lace Double Compression Breast Band for your post-surgical needs from top manufacturers in the industry like Expand-A-Band at attractive discounts at HPFY.

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Uses of Breast Binders

  • Reduction of movement post-surgery to accelerate healing.  
  • For costuming purposes like cosplay, crossplay,etc. 
  • Beauty and aesthetics  
  • Less-feminine appearance 
  • To suppress of gender dysphoria.
  • Athletics 
  • Lactation suppression

Benefits of Breast Binders

  • Easy to apply
  • Mositure wicking
  • Made of 100% dri-release materials. 
  • Machine washable 
  • Latex free.

Applications of Breast Binders

Popular applications of breast binders that are recommended by surgeons for reduction of swelling and bruising and reduced mobility.
  • Breast Reduction
  • Wire Localized Breast Biopsy
  • Excisional Breast Biopsy
  • Stereotactic Core Biopsy
  • Breast Reconstruction
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Mastectomy
  • Lumpectomy
  • Breast Augmentations
  • Nursing Support

Contraindications

Using breast binders for extended period of time may lead to rashes or yeast infections on the underside of breasts. Binding that is not prescribed is unsafe and may lead to permanent breast deformity, scarring, and constriction of lungs. Long-term binding may also lead to a possible future mastectomy. Binding the breasts by using an ordinary cloth strip or tape may cause serious bodily damage and deformation of the breast.