The desire to get rid of their own defects leads more and more patients not only to cosmetologists for the course of plasmolifting or injections of beauty, but to plastic surgeons as well. The subject of discussion includes the desired parameters of face and body correction, duration of surgery or rehabilitation period as well as anesthesia. The question of the sensitivity level during surgery or fear of pain often only prevents the patient to decide on the profound changes.
Operations that are performed in the medical center in a planned way are always accompanied by anesthesia (pain treatment).
Anesthesia is a temporary reduction in the sensitivity of the body or its parts; it may be accompanied by a temporary cessation of perception (unconscious state).
Anesthesia is used during the most major surgical interventions. And many patients are afraid less the operation itself than the impact of anesthesia. Let's consider the 7 popular myths about anesthesia.
1. The anesthesia effect can disappear during a surgery
The nature of this myth arose more than a hundred years ago when the medical science was still very far from modern one.