For professional diagnostic, treatment, and post-treatment breast care services that every woman deserves

For women, we’re sure you’ve heard that the best way to stay conscious of breast cancer is by understanding how your breasts look and feel from day to day. Suppose you notice a hard lump or swell in your breast, or perhaps a sudden inflammation around your nipple, it’s paramount to get to scheduling a doctor's appointment. Being free of breast cancer fundamentally requires more proactivity, after all.

That said, Solis Breast Care and Surgery Centre (Solis) is committed to joining the fight against breast cancer with their partner, Luma Women’s Imaging Centre (Luma).

 

 

As Singapore’s first private integrated breast centre, Solis brings together leading breast surgeons and specialists to help patients afflicted with breast-related issues combat their ailments in the most seamless way possible.

 

 

From basic breast screenings to thorough diagnostic procedures, and multidisciplinary clinics to day surgeries, these treatment services are just some of the comprehensive range of options provided at the one-stop care centre.

Patients can also tap into the centre’s suite of post-care services, led by Can-Care, to aid in recovery and alleviate discomfort. They range from providing emotional support systems to personalised post-care products such as breast prosthetics, mastectomy bras, head wear, and more.

 

 

In a bid to provide every woman with the kind of the breast care we deserve, six female artists have also teamed up with Solis for The Art of Hope, a silent art auction where proceeds raised will be donated to the Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics (HOME).

Solis works with HOME to offer complimentary consultation and treatments to female foreign domestic workers.

 

 

The creativity continues as these artworks will be displayed in Solis, The Paragon’s clinic from now – 25 Sep. Interested bidders may check out the artworks at the clinic physically or at the official event page here.

 


To start doing your part for a breast cancer-free world, visit Solis’s website here for more information.