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doctor has received special training that prepares him to provide
services using local anesthesia, I.V. sedation, or general anaesthesia.
Different procedures necessitate different types of anaesthesia.Your
doctor will discuss which type of anaesthesia is best for you and your
For most surgical procedures performed it is likely your doctor will use a combination of:
By using a combination of medications, you will experience a safe
level of anaesthesia. You will breathe on your own and have no
recollection of your surgery. This technique has been used for many
years and patients find it to be a smooth, safe and pleasant experience.
It is essential to remember that patients MUST NOT eat or drink after midnight (not even water!) prior to a general anaesthetic. This is VITALLY important!
The night before surgery eat a light, easily digestible meal, consume NO alcoholic beverage and retire early. If you smoke, we recommend you do not smoke the morning of your surgery.