Risk of compression in tummy tuck
I do not use compression or binders after tummy tuck until the wounds and flaps are stable at one month. If the binder is tight before then, it will collapse the veins. If the veins are collapsed, then there is no outflow. If there is no outflow, there can be no inflow. No inflow from the arteries means no oxygen. No oxygen means no healing. No healing means wound dehiscence (opening) and failure.