Intimate Apparel

Mastectomy/Lumpectomy Products

  • "TLC"   Tender Loving Care
    American Cancer Society
    All Breast Forms, Pocketed Bras and Camis are covered by Medicare.
    Phone: (800) 850-9445
  • Nordstrom Prosthesis Program
    Assisting women dealing with breast cancer or surgery
    Enhancers for lumpectomies and reconstructive surgery
    Mastectomy bras
    Amoena attachable breast forms
    Post-mastectomy camisoles
    Participating provider for selected insurance companies
  • Miss Stevens
    2235 South Sepulveda Blvd
    Los Angeles,  CA   90064
    Phone: (310) 278-7987
    Fitters for Breast Prosthesis and Mastectomy Bras
  • Intimate Image, Women’s Specialty Shop    
    22941 Ventura Blvd. #M
    Woodland Hills, CA  91364
    (818) 999-9719

    2907 ½  Santa Monica Blvd.
    Santa Monica, CA 90404
    Phone: (310) 582-1960
    Bra fitting specialist

  • Reflections
    UCLA Medical Plaza, Lobby Level
    Breast prostheses, bras, camisoles
    Phone: (310) 825-4321
  • A Private Affair               
     13720 Burbank Blvd
     Sherman Oaks, CA 91401
     (805) 374-2293
  • Active Life
    Post-Mastectomy Services
    6 Locations
    Santa Monica (Across from St. John’s Medical Center)
    Glendale/La /Canada (Verdugo Hills Hospital)
    Los Angeles (Near St. Vincent’s Hospital)
    East Los Angeles (White Memorial Medical Center)
    Canoga Park (Near West Hills Medical Center)
  • Ortho-Pros, Inc.
    2021 Santa Monica Blvd.
    Santa Monica, Calif.  90404
    Phone: (310) 828-7485
  • LBC Post-op Tops
    Comfortable, fashionable, unique clothing for postoperative
    breast surgery patients.
    Phone: (714) 356-7850

Private Insurance: Most private insurance will reimburse the purchaser for a certain percentage of the purchase cost of breast prosthesis.  A prescription from the doctor plus the bill for the prosthesis should be submitted to the insurance company who will then send the purchaser a refund.  Some health insurance plans do not reimburse for breast prosthesis.  Clarify prior to purchase.

Medicare: Medicare allows 80% of the cost of a prosthesis.  A prescription from the doctor and a bill of sale for the prosthesis must be submitted to Medicare and 80% of the cost is reimbursed to the purchaser.  Some vendors may help with billing.