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The Learning Center

Welcome to the Design Veronique Learning Center. We hope to provide you with interesting and relevant information about our products. please contact a product specialist at 800.442.5800, Monday to Friday, 6:30 am to 5:00 pm, Pacific Time.

An Overview of Postsurgical 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 build up 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 few 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.

Click here to learn how Medical Compression Garments assist in postsurgical healing.

How Does a Support Garment Help After Delivery?

A medical compression garment can assist in the body’s healing process and improve procedure results, postoperatively. However, accurate compression and patient compliance in wearing a medical compression garment can affect the outcome. For the most part, patients who comply with their doctor’s recommendation to wear a compression garment have reported a greater sense of overall satisfaction associated with their procedure results.

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Expert Advice

"You Can Have It All – By Putting It All In Perspective"
An article with useful information for mothers and parents.

"I Always Wanted to Breastfeed"
An article from New Beginnings publication about a mother's challenge with breastfeeding.

"How To Get Out Of Bed Post Cesarean"
A labor nurse has been reborn and shares her experiences as a new nurse-midwife, woman, and blogger.

"Cesarean Section - What to Expect After C-Section"
WebMD article about what to expect following a Cesarean Section.

"Breast-Feeding - Common Concerns"
WebMD article about Breast Feeding.


National Alliance of Breastfeeding Advocacy
The National Alliance of Breastfeeding Advocacy (NABA) was formed to fill the existing gaps in breastfeeding protection, promotion, and support.

Coalition for Improving Maternity Services
The Coalition for Improving Maternity Services (CIMS) is a coalition of individuals and national organizations with concern for the care and well-being of mothers, babies, and families.

Mothers & More
Mothers & More is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of mothers through support, education and advocacy.

National Association of Mothers’ Centers
The National Association of Mothers’ Centers recognizes the challenges, realities and value of mothering.

Baby Center
The most complete online resource for new and expectant moms.

Book Recommendations: 

Breast Feeding after Breast Reduction Surgery 
After the Baby's Birth: A Complete Guide for Postpartum Women 
Cesarean Recovery by Chrissie Gallagher-Mundy (Author)