Our Surgery Center

At Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, we perform our procedures at Eugene’s first multi-specialty ambulatory surgery facility, McKenzie Surgery Center. Providing outstanding surgical care since 1996, MSC was planned and developed by hospital and clinical personnel to deliver safe, high-quality surgical care as an alternative to expensive overnight hospitalization.

McKenzie Surgery Center is accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC) and is committed to providing outstanding service with metrics that meet or exceed TJC standards for high-quality healthcare.

Surgery Center FAQs

Where will my surgery be performed?

Most of our cosmetic surgery procedures are performed at McKenzie Surgery Center. MSC is an ASC (Ambulatory Surgery Center). They provide surgical services for procedures that do not require a hospital stay.

What type of anesthesia will I have?

Most surgeries are done under general anesthesia, which is always administered by a board certified M.D. anesthesiologist.

Do I need someone to stay with me after my surgery?

We require you to have a responsible adult staying with you for the first 24 hours after surgery. If you prefer a professional caregiver, please contact the office and we can facilitate this for you.

Will I have a scar?

Yes, any time an incision is made on the skin, there is always a scar. Dr. Daniel’s goal is to make the scar as minimally noticeable as possible.

When can I shower after surgery?

You can shower 48 hours after surgery. Or, if you have drain tubes, you can shower 48 hours after the last drain comes out.

When do my surgical drains come out?

It’s important to track your drainage output in 12-hour increments. We will wait for your outputs to be low enough that your body can resorb what little fluid you’re putting out. Most drains come out around 6 to 7 days after surgery.

How long before I can drive after my surgery?

We think it’s best to wait until your drains come out. You should not be taking any narcotic pain pills while driving. We advise all patients to use caution when driving soon after surgery.

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