Questions and answers:
Why do you need compression garments?
- They provide the necessary compression by cosmetic or reconstructive interventions
- A high quality of compression clothing help stored uces welling and the risk of haemorrhage or lead seroma formation
- Compression clothing is in addition the acceleration of blood flow and hencerecovery after surgery
- Compression garments accelerates the healing process
- The drooping skin regeneration is facilitated by the compression
- Compression clothing reduces uncontrolled movements during the postoperative recovery period
What distinguishes compression garments from other garments?
Compression clothing is made of medical compression fabrics
The medical compression pressure to the postoperative care is 23-32 mmHg (compression class 2)
Compression clothing is made for a longer period of use during the recovery while maintaining the compression strength.
Compression clothing differs from sports clothing (e.g.sports bra) also through the preservation of the compression pressure while wearing
After what procedures which compression garment do need?
- Compression clothing is the tightening of the skin and should be worn always by all aesthetic and surgical interventions.This includes in particular
- Liposuction on different body regions
- Corrections of the breast
- Corrections of ears, jaw, facial
In what areas of the body is the compression garments available?
- You get basically for all areas of the body that can be affected by aesthetic surgery compression garments.
How do I find the right size?
With measurements of the manufacturer, please visit our homepage at the respective article size tables.
How can I wash the compression garment?
- Fundamentally, compression garments can be washed also machine at 30degrees (delicate wash) or as a hand wash.To hot water or drying in the dryer, can destroy the tissue. Only on a leash does not allow dry in thedryer! Close zip or Velcro fasteners before washing. Please observe the manufacturer's specifications.
What should I do otherwise?
Please note the manufacturer supplied with the goods for each product when dealing with compression garments.
Medical aspects of post-operative care you should be with your treating doctor discussing.
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