Collection: Post-op Binders

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Are you a transgender or non-binary individual who has undergone top surgery? At UNTAG we have put our efforts into creating the best post top surgery binder for your mtf top surgery needs. Our binders are specially designed to provide comfort, support, and aid in the healing process after top surgery, allowing you to feel confident and affirmed in your gender identity.

What is a post top surgery binder, and why is it important for transgender individuals?

A post top surgery binder is a garment that offers compression and support to the chest area after undergoing procedures such as mastectomy, double mastectomy, or gender affirmation surgeries. These binders are designed to alleviate chest dysphoria and promote a smooth and comfortable recovery after your mastectomy. 

If you've had female to male surgery (FTM top surgery) or non binary top surgery, our binders are tailored to meet your specific needs. A chest binder can help in managing post-surgical swelling, preventing edema, reducing discomfort, and providing a secure and supportive environment for your healing chest tissue. 

During transgender surgeries - we believe it's incredibly important that you keep your safety in mind. Post top surgery binders play a vital role in the medically transition journey of transgender individuals. They aid in the process of transgender transition by providing a flatter chest appearance, promoting the clean healing  of scars, and enhancing overall comfort during the recovery period.

Our binders are carefully crafted to ensure a comfortable fit and ease of use during the healing process. They are made from high-quality materials that offer compression without compromising breathability. This allows for optimal airflow and reduces the risk of skin irritation or discomfort. 

If you're interested in chest binding or breast binding for post-top surgery, it's important to mention the significance of post-surgical care and following medical advice. It's essential to consult with your healthcare provider and follow their instructions regarding the appropriate time to start wearing a binder after surgery and the recommended duration of use.