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Prosthetic Laboratories of Rochester


121 23rd Ave SW
Rochester, MN 55902 United States
Phone:(507) 281-5250
Toll Free Number:(888) 281-5250
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Overview: The Silhouette Shoppe was founded in 1987 as a division of Prosthetic Laboratories of Rochester. We recognized the need for top quality mastectomy products delivered in a discreet and welcoming environment.
In 2005, a business acquisition led to the addition of lymphedema products. We now offer a full line of stylish mastectomy and lymphedema products to suit the needs of all our clients.
UMDC Code: 452130
Fax: (507) 288-6928
Email: info@plor.net
Website: http://www.plor.net
Company Type: Private
Business Started: 1984
Business Lines: Manufacturer
Sales Channels: Direct
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