About Our Facility
Romanelli Cosmetic Surgery is proud to offer patients a surgical facility endorsed by the American Association for the Accreditation of Ambulatory Surgical Facilities (AAAASF) after a rigorous review process. One of the main requirements of the AAAASF standards is that our facility use board-certified anesthesiologists for your treatment. These physicians are skilled and experienced in the administration of outpatient anesthesia. We are authorized to administer all levels of anesthesia, including local anesthesia, sedatives, and general anesthesia. Our comfortable surgical center can also accommodate overnight stays under the care of a private-duty nurse.
In addition to our state-of-the-art OR, our facility also features a private consultation room, and several minor procedure rooms for nonsurgical treatments. Each of our treatment rooms are equipped with the latest tools and technology such as NeoGraft, Lumenis, Vectra, and more. Advances in both surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures occur often, which is why we are dedicated to offering patients the most up-to-date techniques and systems that have been proven safe and effective. We invite you to tour our facility to learn more.
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