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Publications for Dr. Davison

KELOID PATHOGENESIS AND TREATMENT

American Society of Plastic Surgeons January 2006

“Keloidal scarring in one of the most frustrating clinical problems in wound healing.”

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SIMULTANEOUS BREAST AUGMENTATION WITH PERIAREOLAR MASTOPEXY

Seminars in Plastic Surgery Number 3 2004

“Augmentaion of the breast with simultaneous mastopexy is not a new concept.”

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EFFICACY OF INTRALESIONAL 5-FLUROURACIL AND TRIAMCINOLONE IN THE TREATMENT OF KELIODS

Aesthetic Surgery Journal April 2001

“The pathogenesis of keloids remains controversial. Although there is a lack of consensus about an ideal standard therapy.”

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THE ZONES OF ADHERENCE: ROLE IN MINIMIZING AND PREVENTING CONTOUR DEFORMITIES IN LIPOSUCTION

Zones of Adherence May 2001

“True body sculpting demands a three-dimensional artistic understanding of the anatomic and surgical adipose layers of the central truck when performing circumferential liposuction.”

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THE ACELLULAR DERMAL MATRIX ONLAY GRAFT FOR AREOLAR RECONSTRUCTION

Annals of Plastic Surgery 2012

“In breast reconstruction, the final surgical step in creating the nipple-areolar complex.”

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SAFETY FIRST: PRECAUTIONS FOR THE MASSIVE WEIGHT LOSS PATIENT

Clinics in Plastic Surgery 2008

“Bariatric surgery had led to success in maintaining long-term weight loss and has become one of the best surgical options for morbidly obese patients.”

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SUPEROMEDIAL PEDICLE REDUCTION WITH SHORT SCAR

Seminars in Plastic Surgery Number 3 2004

“This article in included in Seminars in Plastic Surgery as it combines two current ideas to deduce scar techniques in breast reduction highlighted in this issue.”

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MODIFIED CIRCUMFERENTIAL TORSOPLASTY FOR THE MASSIVE-WEIGHT-LOSS PATIENT

Annals of Plastic Surgery October 2007

“Obesity is an increasing national public health issue that has reached epidemic proportions over the past several decades.”

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What Would You Do If You Found Out You Had The Breast Cancer Gene Mutation?

“There have been so many cancer deaths in my family. I don’t want to be added to that statistic.”—Jennifer Davis

Four generations of women in my family had breast and/or ovarian cancer. My mother had breast cancer at 49. My grandmother battled ovari

an cancer twice and passed away when I was 12.

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The Management of Festoons

Clinics in Plastic Surgery Jan 2015

The management of patients with festoons is a highly challenging undertaking with potential to drastically alter the appearance of those afflicted.

 

Transconjunctival Lower Lid Blepharoplasty with and without Fat Repositioning

Clinics in Plastic Surgery Jan 2015

The transconjunctival approach to lower lid blepharoplasty provides access for both fat resection and transposition to soften tear trough deformities…

 

A Satisfied Doctor

The Physician’s Resource Nov 2002

I recently read an article in this section of Unique Opportunities entitled “career Disenchantment. The writer discussed how high cost of education and stress of the medical practice [Read more…]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

We would like to express our gratitude to our patients who helped support Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During the month of October, DAVinci Plastic Surgery contributed a portion of the proceeds from cosmetic procedures to Cooley's Rally For The Cure. A total of $2,300 was raised for the Cooley's organization. The DAVinci staff all attended the 3rd Cooley's Rally for the Cure event held on October 10, 2011 and Dr. Davison presented the donation to Nancy and Chris Cooley. Thank you!

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The initial consultation with your surgeon is critical! It should always be face to face with your surgeon during which time he/she listens closely to your concerns. Dr. Davison believes this time spent with you is critical to both you and to him. It is during the consultation that he comes to fully understand your concerns, evaluates them correctly and is then able to make the recommendations and develop the treatment plan thats right for you. Dr. Davison invests the time to sit down and talk to you face-to-face.

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