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SOURCE The Maercks Institute

Dr. Rian A. Maercks adds anesthetic Exparel to his innovative Cold-Subfascial Breast AugmentationR procedure to deliver patients "unaugmented" appearance with a pain free experience

MIAMI, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Maercks Institute announced the addition of the new long-term local anesthetic Exparel to the elite Cold-Subfascial Breast AugmentationR today. This novel application of Exparel allows breast augmentation patients to have a painless breast augmentation recovery.

The cherished innovator, Dr. Rian A. Maercks M.D., is internationally renowned for elevating aesthetic interventions to fine art forms.  One of his incredible developments is the Cold-Subfascial Breast AugmentationR, a procedure that consistently delivers the most beautiful and uniquely "unaugmented" appearing breasts.  Maercks has tuned this procedure to create the soft slopes of a natural breast with profound projection and delightful balance.  He also designed the intervention to have minimal recovery and deliver scarless breasts.  A special solution of local anesthetic has always been introduced to the planes of this surgery before incision even when performed under general anesthesia to reduce pain and the need for oral pain meds postoperatively.  Cold-Subfascial Breast Augmentation patients are typically pain free without medication in one to two days, however Dr. Maercks is always refining practices to improve patient experiences and outcomes.

Recently a technological breakthrough in local anesthesia has made it possible to deliver several days of anesthesia with a single injection of the drug Exparel.  Today Dr. Maercks announced that Exparel is being incorporated into the pre-procedure regimen of the Cold-Subfascial Breast Augmentation to deliver a pain free recovery experience for patients seeking this elite intervention.  Maercks commented, "It is absolutely wonderful that I can now deliver a finely tuned aesthetic intervention without the patient feeling like anything was done, never experiencing surgical pain."

Today it is indeed possible to achieve ideal feminine form without the recovery that turns so many away from surgery.  The Cold-Subfascial Breast Augmentation and Exparel are truly a match made in heaven!

The painless Cold-Subfascial Breast AugmentationR is available only at The Maercks Institute in Miami FL.  Exclusive private consultations can be arranged by calling Dr. Rian A. Maercks at (305) 328-8256 or email.

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