As I visit Yale University again with my son who is attending undergraduate college here, I am reminded of the time I spent on this beautiful campus while completing my Plastic Surgery residency. I have trained in many wonderful places including Bellevue Hospital in New York, Charity Hospital in New Orleans with Tulane University, the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, the University of Wisconsin… All great places, but…
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Twilight anesthesia, or intravenous (IV) anesthesia, can be used for both short (2 hours) surgeries as well as for longer, multiple procedure cosmetic surgery cases. I prefer twilight anesthesia because it offers several advantages over general anesthesia, one of which is the quicker recovery time for the patient immediately following the surgery.
Cosmetic Surgery with No Pain?
Believe it or not, it’s possible. Pain pumps really do reduce pain after surgery and in this video I talk about the cost and the benefits as well as demonstrate exactly how the pain pump works.
Dr. Todd Hobelmann is one of the Board certified anesthesiologist who works with us here at Cosmeticsurg in Baltimore. In this video he talks about the anesthetic that they perform here for most of our surgical cases.
In this video I talk about what it means to be “Board certified” and how you can check to see if the plastic surgeon you’re considering for a procedure is truly board certified or not, regardless of the number of diplomas hanging on the wall.
BMI, or body mass index, is a surgical risk factor considered for candidates seeking a tummy tuck, a brazilian butt lift, and several other plastic surgery procedures.
In this video, I talk about BMI and what is required to be cleared for plastic surgery.
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