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Silicone therapy for scar hypertrophy

Good morning Dr Davison, Lovely to see you last Saturday.

I wonder if you can help? Someone has recommended …

John Davison - 29th April 2016

Bad scars are unfortunately one of the risks of cosmetic surgery (and all surgery).

 

Most of the time, it …

John Davison - 24th January 2016

Blepharoplasty and headaches

I am always going on about this procedure, because I think it is great!

 

Let me tell you about a gentleman …

John Davison - 23rd October 2015

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Mr John Davison, Kents Leading Consultant Plastic Surgeon

John Davison MBChC, MSc, FRCSEd(Plast)

Consultant plastic surgeon for cosmetic, non-surgical, post fat loss and reconstructive plastic surgery in Kent.

I previously worked as a consultant within the National Health Service, being appointed at the renowned Queen Victoria Hospital in East Grinstead. I now only work in private healthcare. This allows me to lead a more balanced life, and allowed me the time to develop and build what I consider to be a high quality, modern cosmetic and reconstructive surgical practice.

While there is a great deal of publicity regarding cosmetic surgery, I do know that making a decisions to go and see a surgeon, and making a decision to go ahead with an operation can be a difficult, anxious and vulnerable time for patients. Although I find that most patients go through surgery without any problems at all and are delighted with the outcome of their surgery, there are however some very careful considerations. Your consultation is not as a sales opportunity, but rather is part of your research into a possible operation. I can help you through this process. Based on the information you provide and we discuss together, examination findings and my experience, I can usually give you a fairly clear idea of whether surgery may be a good idea for you.

If you are looking for information on, or are considering cosmetic or reconstructive surgery, I would encourage you to arrange an appointment to see me. When we meet for a consultation I aim to provide you with all of the information and knowledge you need to help make a decision about whether surgery may be right for you.

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