Most women are unhappy with the shape of their breasts, and to improve breast shape there are many options such as breast implants, botox injections in the bust or mammoplasty, as well as the most economical solutions such as bras padded modelers or visually enhancing the breasts.
But now you can get a choice, the Cup & Up Br, an internal fastener inserted into the breast. This is a new technique that is being tested in just a few women and expects good results.
The implant Cup & Up Br consists of a shaped silicone harness placed in the bottom of the breasts, one centimeter below the skin with a local anesthetic achieving a breast lift and improving flaccidity of the area.
For surgery two small cuts are made less than one centimeter in width below each breast. The silicone cups implanted with two thin straps made of a strong material that join the ribs between the chest and shoulder with a pair of titanium screws. After implanted Cup & Up Br is tightened enough to lift the breasts in the desired position.
This internal bra was invented by Israeli surgeon Eyal Gur and the device does the same as a traditional bra, just going into the body. Cup & Up Br modeling offers a permanent rise while the breast shape and since implanted it, no need to use the regular support, just to work out where a bra is essential extra.
Unlike traditional breast implant surgery placement of Cup & Up Br bra takes about 40 minutes and is discharged to the woman on the same day, and does not involve any of the drawbacks of a breast implant and remains intact during years without being affected by sagging.
After implanting internal bra, breasts look natural, also expected to serve as an alternative to improve the appearance of the breasts of women who have had breast cancer. The implementation of the Cup & Up Br will be much cheaper than traditional silicone implants but for now it is only recommended for cases of slightly drooping breasts, although specialists are working on a technique to improve the appearance of breasts with a fall significant.