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Rainey Compression Essentials provides high back compression garments to help with the complete healing process after surgery. These compression garments are great for healing after liposuction procedures to your upper back, upper and lower abdomen, flanks, hips, thighs and knees. In addition, this is recommended choice for fat transfer procedures for buttocks augmentation and Brazilian butt lift.

What makes RCE unique is their silky, breathable, lightweight medical grade compression fabric. The fabric is engineered to simulate a true 4-way stretch like your skin. This provides a better fit and unparalleled comfort… You’ll forget you’re wearing it.

While most garments needs to be handwashed, our compression wear is easy to maintain. Just toss them into the washing machine (cold-water setting) and dry without heat.

High Back Garments
Liposuction Lower abdomen
Hips Lipo
Thighs liposuction
Buttock augmentation
Brazilian butt lift

Available in below knew, above knee, mid-thigh,  and boy shorts.
Rainey Compression Essentials has been a leading manufacturer and distributor of post-op compression garments since 1998. Located in Atlanta, GA, RCE distributes to doctors offices and patients all over the world. Visit our website for information on our products or for help with choosing the right choice for you.


Tummy Tuck (abdominoplasty) is the removal of excess fat and skin and tightening the abdominal muscles for a flatter abdomen.

In a typical procedure, an incision is made from hip bone to hip bone across the pubic area. A second incision is made to free the navel from the surrounding tissue. This procedure is done under general anesthesia and a full recovery may take several months. Patients generally leave the hospital after 12-48 hours following surgery.

There are several types of tummy tuck procedures. Your surgeon will recommend the specific one that may be best for your needs. Liposuction may be used alone, or in conjunction with abdominoplasty, to remove abdominal fat. (Endoscopic abdominoplasty is another technique for minimizing scars; it may be useful when patients have only a mild degree of excess fat and muscle laxity.

A partial tummy tuck requires a smaller incision and the belly button may not be moved. In both procedures, the skin is separated from the abdominal wall up to the ribs. The vertical muscles in the abdomen are pulled into their new position and secured, resulting in a firmer abdominal wall and a slimmer waistline. The skin is stitched into place and excess skin removed.

Full rest is required five to seven days following surgery. Possible complications are pain, swelling, bruising, infection, umbilical retraction, reaction to stitches and interrupted blood supply to skin (which may require skin grafts). Fortunately, significant complications from abdominoplasty are rare. However, you should discuss the benefits and risks of surgery with your surgeon before proceeding. You can help to lessen the risks by following the advice and instructions of your surgeon before and after surgery.


The Bolero - One of Three Garments You can Use after a Brachioplasty

The Bolero – One of Three Garments You can Use after a Brachioplasty

Arm Lift (brachioplasty) is the reduction of excess fat and sagging skin from the upper arms or under arm area. The doctor begins by marking the area of excess skin, with the patient either standing or sitting. Your doctor may offer you the choice between using a local or general anesthesia, but most patients prefer general anesthesia for this procedure. Incisions are made on the inner and under surface of the arm, typically in a zig-zagged line. The pattern of skin removal usually follows an elliptical or triangular shape. Often some fat is suctioned at the same time. The surgical opening may run from the armpit to as low as the elbow.

While the excess skin and fat is removed, the remaining skin is stretched and sutured into place. A drain may be used to lead excess fluids from the incision site, helping the skin to better adhere to the tissue. The incisions are then bandaged and a compression garment is applied to enhance circulation and reduced bruising and swelling. The risks of this procedure include asymmetrical arms and depressions in the skin. Patients will return to work and some normal activities within one to two weeks.

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