If you’re interested in learning more about facial plastic surgery, take a moment to review some of our frequently asked questions. For more information, you can request your complimentary consultation with Dr. Victor Lacombe online or call his office at (707) 577-8292. At his Santa Rosa facial plastic surgery office, Dr. Lacombe serves men and women from throughout Northern California including Sonoma County and Marin County.
How do I prepare for surgery?
Dr. Lacombe will give you specific instructions on how to prepare for surgery, including guidelines on eating and drinking, smoking, and taking or avoiding certain vitamins and medications. Carefully following these instructions will help your surgery go smoothly. While you’re making preparations, be sure to arrange for someone to drive you home after your surgery.
Where will my surgery be performed?
All surgical procedures are performed in Dr. Lacombe’s certified, office-based surgical suite. Non-surgical procedures are performed in our office-based procedure room in Santa Rosa. All facial plastic surgery procedures are done on an outpatient basis. If you live more than 30 minutes away from the office, Dr. Lacombe requests that you stay locally after a surgical procedure.
What is the difference between local and general anesthesia?
With local anesthesia, you’ll usually be lightly sedated, while the treatment area and the surrounding area will be numbed. Under local anesthesia, you’ll be awake, but relaxed and insensitive to pain. With general anesthesia, you’ll sleep through the operation and will breathe on your own.
Will insurance cover my procedure?
Dr. Lacombe does not take insurance.