Post Surgery Compression Wear

Post Surgery Bra

An Overview of Post Surgical Healing

After an aesthetic or reconstructive surgery, you may experience some discomfort, pain, stiffness, or temporary numbness. Trauma in the surgical area leads to inflammation. A Medical Compression Garment or Bra assists in the healing process and improves procedure results.

The benefits of proper compression and support can reduce the risk of seromas, lymphedema, hematomas, and skin unevenness.

Accurate compression and support:
• reduces fluid buildup increases blood circulation
• promotes proper skin adhesion to newly contoured areas
• holds surgical dressings in place until removed
• supports incision to heal properly

Most of the swelling and bruising subsides within a few weeks though some light swelling can last up to six months. Doctors advise their patients to wear compression garments for at least the first 4-6 weeks after a procedure. Patients may find it more comfortable to wear the garments until all the swelling has completely subsided, and the final results are revealed.

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Capsular Contracture After Breast Implants

capsular-contracture

Breast Augmentation in Thailand is like any other surgery in that it comes with a list of potential side effects. For this reason, you should always consult with your physician and plan your surgery before you go under the knife. Remember, education is the key to preventing serious side effects from your chosen surgery.

Take time to consider the risks of experiencing capsular contracture. When you have your consultation, ask your doctor what can be done to limit the chances of this condition, and you’ll have a better chance of receiving a successful surgical breast enlargement.

Capsular contracture is not a normal occurrence and happens in about 1-5% of breast augmentation patients. The physiology of capsular contracture is the formation of collagen fibres created by an immune response to the foreign body (implant) which then contract around the breast implant. This leads to deformation of the implant and discomfort/pain. Capsular contracture is classified as follows:

  • Grade I – breast is normal and soft
  • Grade II – breast is little firm but appears normal
  • Grade III – breast is firm and appears abnormal
  • Grade IV – the breast hard and painful, appears abnormal

What is Capsular Contracture?

Capsular contracture is a complication after breast implant surgery. The natural defenses of your body form scar tissue around foreign structures in your body to prevent them from harming you. That’s why a wall of scar tissue can grow around implants, making your breast feel hard and immovable over time. Capsular contracture refers not only to the scar tissue encapsulating the breast implant, but also to the shrinking of the scar tissue as it tightens around the implant. read more here…

How can I prevent Capsular Contracture?

This condition is serious as it can damage the appearance of costly breast augmentation surgery. So, what can you do to prevent this from happening? While there is nothing you can do to completely eliminate the chances of capsular contracture, you can reduce the risk of this condition by wearing a compression bra, doing compression exercises, taking vitamin E, receiving post-op massages, and consulting with your doctor to determine the best type of implant, for your body.

Treating Capsular Contracture in Breast
If you’ve suffered capsular contracture in the breast, you should contact a doctor immediately. One thing you can do is to take antibiotics for the condition. These will help to soften the area surrounding your breast.

Or, you can get a capsulectomy. This is the most effective treatment for capsular contracture. It removes the hardened capsule around your breast. Doing so helps reduce the risk of future occurrences of this serious condition.