DaVinci Plastic Surgery

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DaVinci Plastic Surgery

3301 New Mexico Ave NW, Suite 236
Washington DC 20016
(202) 966-9590
Dr. Davison spent nine years at Georgetown University and remains a full professor of both plastic surgery andfacial plastic surgery. He has trained several generations of plastic surgeons and has been twice awarded“teacher of the year.” In 2008, Dr. Davison opened his private practice in Washington, DC with a core mission toprovide a “patient­centric” environment. A patient­centric office is one in which the phone is answered by aperson, without a recording or “menu”, and questions are answered promptly. The staff is knowledgeable,professional and courteous. DAVinci plastic surgery has a team approach with a Physician Assistant (PA­C , aclinical nurse (RN) and three medical assistants (MA) ensures that the patient’s are ideally looked after. We alsooffer a surgical suite that is fully accredited by the Accreditation Association of Ambulatory Health Care(AAAHC) for general anesthesia, which ensures it meets the nationally accepted standard of a safe, highqualitysurgicenter. Dr. Davison has published safety data emphasizing his commitment to high standards andongoing patient comfort studies.
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