- I use general anesthesia, and some local anesthetic, when performing breast augmentations.
- I do not know of any plastic surgeons who use epidural anesthetics for this procedure.
- Occasionally, I will use IV sedation, but generally speaking, I have found that general anesthesia is best for breast augmentations.
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I am so pleased with my new breasts! My clothes fit much better, and I’m no longer overflowing in my swimsuit. Thanks for a wonderful job-especially on the breast that received radiation treatment.