There are a lot of moving parts that make up your Hawaii breast augmentation experience. The part your anesthesiologist will play immediately before, during and after your procedure is second only to the importance of your surgeon’s role. Your anesthesiologist has everything to do with your ultimate comfort and safety during surgery. Therefore, it is your right to be fully aware of their education, training, experience and bedside manner — up-front and before the day of surgery.
Make sure your anesthesiologist is board certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology (ABA). Since 1938, the ABA has been committed to advancing lifelong learning, quality clinical outcomes, exceptional patient care and uncompromising patient safety among its members. Dr. Judy Kameoka and Dr. John Hunter are both board certified by the ABA.
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“Aside from the medicine, which of course we love, the best part of our role in a patient’s surgical journey is forming trust. Knowing you are ultimately responsible for a patient’s comfort and well-being during their procedure becomes the platform for creating a deep and personal bond. This is the part of our “day-to-day” that is the MOST rewarding.”
— Drs. Judy Kameoka and John Hunter