Divine Beauty Bar are official retailers of the American Breast Care!
Did you know that health insurances such as, Aetna, BCBS, UHC, etc will cover you for a Mastectomy Bra, Breast Prosthetics and other Post- Op Supplies? Clickhereand complete the Insurance Verification form today to see if you qualify!
Veterans are covered by the VA Hospital at 100%, if you are a Veteran, please complete thisform!
Experience the exceptional quality of Divine Beauty Bar's products and services. Our Premium Prosthetics are meticulously crafted to enhance your appearance and boost your confidence. Our range includes Cranial "Wig" Prosthesis, Mastectomy Bras, and Breast Prosthesis that are not only breathable and comfortable, but also hypoallergenic.
We take pride in informing you that our prosthetics are eligible for coverage by Health Insurance and Veteran Benefits. Insurance companies typically cover 80-100% of the cost of these prosthetics, while Veterans are entitled to receive them Free of Charge! Don't delay any further and seize the opportunity to obtain the support and products you deserve.
Schedule your consultation today and allow us to assist you in securing the coverage and products that best suit your everyday needs!
What is a Breast Prosthesis or Breast Form?
A breast prosthesis is a breast form that serves as a replacement after the natural breast(s) removal. Breast Prosthetics are recommended for individuals who have undergone a Mastectomy or Lumpectomy. Our breast forms come in a variety of skin tomes! Life expectancy: 2 years. Medicare and most insurance providers will usually cover 2-6 bras up to a 3 month supply each time. To be certain, ask your doctor to specify the number of bras on your prescription. Also check with your insurance provider before visiting your fitter.
Will my insurance cover my breast prosthesis?
Medicare and most private insurance providers usually cover one silicone breast form every two years. If you had a bilateral mastectomy, then you are normally entitled to two silicone breast forms every two years. For non-silicone prostheses, Medicare and most insurance providers normally allow one form every 6 months. Non-silicone breast forms are commonly used immediately after surgery and for leisure wear. Wait at least 6 weeks after surgery or based on your doctor's recommendation before you transition into a silicone breast form.
What is a Mastectomy Bra?
A mastectomy bra is made with a specially designed pocket in each cup. Breast prosthesis is slipped inside the pocket, where it is held firmly in place against the body, for a natural recreation of symmetry. Mastectomy Bras are designed to mimic traditional bras, such as both front or back hook closures and a choice of satin, lace, or cotton. We also provide other items for individuals who have undergone surgery such as, nipple prosthetics, mastectomy bras with attachable drain pouches, camisole, swim forms, massage/cooling forms, ultralight forms, shapers, sport bras and matching underwear!
Is there anything I need to bring to my first fitting?
Make sure that you have a prescription from your doctor. This will help the fitter know exactly what you need and what needs to be covered by your insurance. Both a breast prosthesis and post-mastectomy bra require a prescription.
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