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When choosing a breast form, it is important to replace the weight lost after surgery as you need to maintain a proper balance and posture. Selecting the proper shape and size breast form begins with determining the type of surgery you had and the best style of bra that fits your remaining breast. As you choose a breast form, take into consideration the type of natural breast tissue that is remaining, the skin, and tissue firmness.

Choose the styles and sizes from the charts below. All suggested chart sizes are only a guideline to help begin a fitting.  A different style or size may be needed to insure a proper fit.

NEARLY ME Fitting Guide for numerical sized forms



(70 cm)


(75 cm)


(80 cm)


(85 cm)


(90 cm)


(95 cm)


(100 cm)


(105 cm)


(110 cm)


(115 cm)

A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
B 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
C 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
D 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12  
DD 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12    






What Breast Form is right for me?

Triangular - Symmetrical
Triangular shaped forms can be worn on either the left or right side of the body. These shapes are designed to suit most contemporary surgical techniques, where less breast tissue is removed

Teardrop - Symmetrical
Suitable for women whose surgeries remove some tissue under the arm or toward the clavicla (collar bone). The teardrop has an extension which can be angled for best fit. Can be worn on the left or right side of the body.

Heart Shaped - Symmetrical
An extremely versatile shape which fills the cup without unnecessary bulk when no axillary(underarm) tissue has been removed in surgery. Often suitable for younger women.

Asymmetrical shapes provide a range of cup projection and profile in the bra. Underarm extensions fill and blend where surgery has removed tissue.

Shallow Profile
The breast tissue drapes in the lower cup of the bra and is often seen on the mature woman with soft breast tissue. The shallow profile person requires a form and a bra with a large bottom cup and small upper cup.

Average Profile
There is an equal amount of breast tissue on the top and bottom of the breast, with a more round appearance in the upper cup area. The average profile person usually has firm breast tissue and a round profile.

Full Profile
Full has the most round appearance. The full profile person requires a bra and form that provideds not only bottom cup support but also support and coverage for the upper part of the breast. The full profile can also be broad without much projection, needing a bra that provides containment such as M-frame styles that separate and support beautifully.