Even if you have given this procedure a lot of thought and consideration, it still takes quite a bit of courage to actually go under the knife. One of the things that will help you be more comfortable with this surgery is to know everyone who will be involved in the breast augmentation procedure. You may even be able to arrange to meet all of the individuals who will be with you through this important transformation.
Of course, the most important person in the room besides yourself is the surgeon. The surgeon will be the same doctor that you met with throughout your process, including determining the breast size and look that you want achieved. This doctor will truly know what you want and will follow the plan you made together.
Every surgeon needs more hands than they have, and that’s where nurses come in. The number of nurses in the operating room may vary, but it will be at least one or two. You will also have a nurse that checks in on you during your recovery, although this may be a different nurse than the one that was in the operating room.
The anesthesiologist is also a very important person. It is this individual’s responsibility to make sure that you stay unconscious and unfeeling throughout your breast augmentation procedure. He or she will also be watching your vital signs to ensure that you are coming through the surgery with the best possible outcomes.
If you would like more information about what to expect with your breast augmentation surgery, contact us today for more information or to schedule your consultation.
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