We recognize that many patients have anxiety and concerns about the anesthesia associated with their surgery. We maintain the highest standard of care and best practices for cosmetic surgery. Our anesthesia provider Malon Devine has over 15 years of experience in cosmetic surgery anesthesia and we maintain the most up to date, state-of-the-art anesthesia delivery and monitoring systems to provide the safest, most comfortable experience during and after surgery.
Dedicated Anesthesia Partner
Our anesthesia provider has over 15 years of experience in cosmetic surgery anesthesia and works with Dr. Cooper and his team 2 to 3 days a week and provides anesthesia for all of Dr. Cooper’s cosmetic surgery patients. Dr. Cooper has found that having a consistent anesthesia provider, as well as a consistent surgical team, results in smoother, safer, more successful surgery.
Highest Levels of Monitoring During Surgery
We have state-of-the-art monitoring systems to monitor patient’s vital signs, comfort and awareness during surgery. We use a BIS VISTA Monitoring System which is designed to measure the patient’s awareness during surgery and therefore regulate the delivery of anesthesia to ensure each patient is both comfortable and totally unaware during surgery.
Up to Date and Sophisticated Anesthesia Delivery
Our anesthesia machine and delivery systems are highly advanced and the most up to date. The same models and equipment are used in hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers.
Individualized Anesthesia Plan
Dr. Cooper and our anesthesia provider evaluate each patient’s past medical and surgical history as well as their past anesthesia history prior to surgery. The surgical procedures, length of surgery, patient medical history, and allergies are all contemplated and a best fit anesthesia plan is established for each patient.
We are narcotic sparing wherever possible so that patients wake up feeling refreshed, without post-operative nausea or “hangover”. Each patient is monitored during post-operative recovery with one on one nursing care to ensure that patients wake up safely with as little discomfort as possible.