Sedation Anaesthetic Licensing A Perth Cosmetic Surgery View

Cosmetic Surgical Procedures

Sedation, Anaesthetic & Licensing

09 Jan 2017

This blogpost is about a Perth cosmetic surgery view on Sedation, Anaesthetic & Licensing.

Hi, it’s Doctor Murray here from Absolute Cosmetic Medicine.

I hope you are happy and well.

Just a quick chat today regarding a licencing, a health department licencing, and the use of sedation during your procedure.

I have had a lot of patients lately that have come in and said they’ve had liposuction or other smaller cosmetic procedures with no sedation.

They have said it’s like being tortured, and they’re in agony during the procedure.

Many were not told that this was going to occur, or actually were not told how painful this could be.

Usually, no sedation means that the clinic is not licenced.

This should be of concern, as the practitioner’s there should be accredited and the nurses well-trained and licenced by the health department.

For any more information, don’t hesitate to contact me on 1-300-NEW-YOU.

But make sure that you go to an experienced injector or cosmetic doctor, and make sure that you are given sedation for your cosmetic procedures.

Take care.

Please call us on (08) 9389 9099 or click here for an appointment.

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*Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.

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Dr. Glenn Murray (AHPRA Registration MED0001196978) Registered Medical Practitioner. General disclaimer: Patient outcomes can vary due to factors such as... genetics, diet, age, exercise, lifestyle, weight, and overall health. It’s essential to understand that all invasive surgeries come with inherent risks and require a recovery period and specific care regimen. Detailed information regarding surgical risks and complications is available here, but it is advisable to conduct thorough research and obtain a second opinion to ensure you are able to make an informed decision. Please note that the information provided is general in nature and does not constitute medical advice or establish a doctor-patient relationship. For real patient images, please visit our Before and After page. Please be advised that surgical outcomes vary, from patient to patient, and comprehensive research is crucial before making any decisions. This website contains imagery which is only suitable for audiences 18+.

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