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Your surgeons guide
After a breast implant, your surgeon gives you a guide about wearing a bra, and most of the time surgeon suggests wearing a compression bra. Wearing a bra that offers compression prevents you from complications such as lymphedema and dislocation. You may develop some swelling around the arms and chest. The velcro straps and front closer of the compression bra allow you quick and easy dressing.
Breast augmentation– Compression bras
Compression bras also help in the healing process by providing compression around the surgical site to promote blood flow and lymphatic drainage. Most of the women also use compression belts after breast implants, compression bra is also compatible with these belts. Belts are used to prevent the implant goes high on the chest.
Compression bra helps you to get quickly back to your daily routine or activities by making the healing process faster. In general, your surgeon suggests you to wear this bra for two weeks. The compression bra has the following feature that makes it comfortable and best after a breast implant.
- It is free of underwire because these wire can irritate your wound.
- The front closet helps in putting it on and off without stretching your arms.
- Compression bras give a good fit to your new heavier breasts.
This is one of the best compression bras, a lipoelastic bra provides support to the breast after surgery and allows smooth tissue growth. This post-operative bra is designed in such a way that is reduce sweating and decreases bacterial growth. Lipo elastic bras help to increase the healing process, reduce the redness of wounds, decrease scarring and bruising and prevent your breast from drooping.
Moreover, it provides an adjustable closer and shot stuff. The cups are fully widened to provide you a perfect fit for your new big-size breast. This also helps to prevent infection and provide your implant a safe environment.