Just because you don't remember it doesn't mean you weren't awake. When I had dental surgery a few years ago, they couldn't put me all the way under, because I had to be responsive to them telling me to open and close my mouth, but I don't remember any more about that procedure than when I had my gallbladder out. Either way, an anesthesiologist has to be present because you're sedated enough that someone needs to monitor your breathing and make sure that you're not having a bad reaction to the drugs. Hope that's helpful...
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