Post Augmentation: 3 Types of Bras Every Woman Needs

Breast Augmentation | Boston MA Getting a breast augmentation is a surgical procedure that will not only transform the way that you look but the way that you feel as well. By giving you fuller and more perfectly shaped breasts, you will be able to slip into a swimsuit with confidence in no time at all. However, when it comes to slipping into day-to-day attire, you may not know exactly what types of new bras you need and why. Read on to learn more.

Exercise Bras

You used to maybe get away with running a few miles or heading to the gym sans bra. However, now that you have new, larger breasts, you are going to want to make sure that you are wearing the right support at all times— especially when you’re working out. Because most exercises require some amount of jumping or moving, you are going to want to look for a bra that will stabilize your breasts, so they don’t move during your workout. The more stable your breasts are, the more comfortable you are going to be during your workout.

T-Shirt Bra

A t-shirt bra is a bra that you can wear everyday. Although you won’t need as much padding in a bra like you used to, you will still likely want a small layer of padding to help hide your nipples when you are cold. Additionally, when shopping for a t-shirt bra, make sure to look for one that offers you enough underwire support as well.

Strapless Bra

Strapless bras are one of the most difficult types of bras to get fitted for. Not only does it have to fit your breasts perfectly but it has to fit your ribs perfectly as well (or it will fall). When shopping for a strapless bra, make sure that your breasts don’t pop out too much over the top or shirts and dresses just won’t fit right.

Now that you have new breasts make sure that you are caring for them properly by wearing the right types of bras. To learn more about breast augmentation surgery or to schedule a consultation, contact Dr. Rick Silverman today!

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