I’m writing to tell you how thrilled I am with the service I’ve received and performance derived from Design Veronique and its products. I had an extensive surgical procedure performed three weeks ago, and have been living in my Design Veronique garments ever since. They have provided me with outstanding support and comfort, and have beautifully withstood daily was
Patient to Patient
One of the most common questions we get is, “What is the difference between a zippered and non-zippered compression garment?” This is a great question and I’d like to explain the benefits for both styles and the appropriate time to use them.
“Bob” was clearly uncomfortable when he called me last week. I knew immediately what he was looking for but these conversations are always delicate – so I let him set the pace. “I, um, need something for under my t-shirt,” he stammered. “I have a lot of discomfort when I’m trying to workout and my doctor recommended that I call you.” Bob’s discomfort was clearly more than physical.
Hi Mariko, I wanted to thank you again for your kind help on my garment issue last week...your help was a God send! They both arrived last Friday and the small black one fit just great - it offers such a comfortable fit. There really should be more people like you out there. I'm so grateful for your empathy and graciousness. Best Regards, Sandy R. Huntington Beach, CA
Last week, a patient called in who said, “I have a bread-loaf breast and you have the solution.” I thought she had the wrong number at first. After listening for a bit, I realized she was referring to Synmastia, a possible complication following a breast augmentation procedure. Her implants had migrated toward the middle of her chest, creating what appeared to be a solid mass of tissue without separation or cleavage. Hence, the term “bread-loaf breast,” also referred to by patients as a “uniboob.”