Barbara L. Davies, M.D., F.A.C.S.
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Dr. Davies was born and raised in central Pennsylvania and received most of her training in her home state. She received a B.A. in liberal Arts from the Pennsylvania State University, an M.D. from the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia (where she was vice president of AOA), and completed five full years of General Surgery training at the Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals in Philadelphia. Her Plastic Surgery Residency was completed at the Ohio State University Hospitals. She is Board Certified in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
Professionally, Dr. Davies is a Fellow of The American College of Surgeons. She belongs to the American Society of Plastic Surgery and The American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery and is an active member in both of their women's Caucus. Dr. Davies has served as the medical director of the Savannah Plastic Surgicenter, managing partner and is presently manager of Savannah Plastic Surgery marketing department. She maintains a broad-spectrum practice but has trended (by demand) toward cosmetic and breast surgery in the last few years.
As a baby-boomer, she understands the desires and goals of the generation and has experienced cosmetic surgery herself. She believes there is no reason you shouldn't look as young as you feel.
Patient Testimonials for Dr. Davies
Dr. Davies is the most amazing doctor that I have ever met. She is so down to earth and she is most definitely doing what she is most excellent at. She is "in it for the right reasons!" An artist isn't gonna paint something that he isn't proud of. She isn't gonna let you leave without her being proud of her work.-Chastity S.Dr. Davies just treated me with Radiesse and I feel like a new person! If I could do it all over again, I would have taken better care of myself in all those years of sunbathing. Thankfully they can help reverse some of that damage! Love it!!!-Debbie C.I am a 54 year disciplined woman who has always strived to maintain body, mind and spirit. I exercise regularly, eat healthy (with a few exceptions), and face the world with a positive outlook. In the past several years, that outlook has been significantly challenged by the premature aging around the area of my mouth. My smiling became less, and I found myself constantly trying to find ways to conceal what I perceived to be embarrassing and distracting from my other physical features that I loved. I had a hard time even looking in a mirror without coming to tears.
Fortunately for women today, we do not have to suffer self-esteem and depression over aging being irreversible. We do have the option of taking control of our lives, and making changes we can embrace that make our quality of life all the more enriched.
I came to find Dr. Davies from several colleagues who had minor cosmetic work done by her hands. They looked so natural, with subtle changes that enhanced their youthfulness in an age-appropriate manner. After meeting with Dr. Davies, my confidence grew even more that I, too, could have that look.
My scheduled lifestyle face lift took place on an early Friday morning. The procedures was done, start to finish, by a competent, sensitive, and supportive surgical team. They kept me informed every step of the way, and patiently provided assistance pre and post surgery. Surgery can certainly be a fearful experience, and I have had that myself in younger years. Dr. Davies and her staff welcomed me into a clean and sterile surgical room, and by the time the procedure had been completed, I was just about waking up.
The first 24 hours certainly were "down-time." I was given discharge instructions for care, along with proper medical supplies. By the second day, I was already up on my feet and actively resuming some light dally living activities. Certainly, there is a period of adjustment where one uses common sense about eating soft foods, curtailing stressful activities, and maintaining proper hygiene to avoid infections. And yes, there is swelling, bruising, and a need to wear a facial head wrap for healing.
By the second day, I could visibly see the beauty of my skin changing, and all those imbedded lines and wrinkles disappeared. Somehow the bit of discomfort that always comes from surgery was so worth it, and so manageable, as I was witnessing my own return to youth. Every day became better and better. I felt so proud of my new appearance, that I even went back to work with my head wrap on and some bruising visible. I created such a sensation from coworkers who had known my looks before, and could not believe that such lines and creases could be removed.
I am now almost one month post-op. I am still wearing the head wrap, but bruising and swelling is fairly nonexistent. Yesterday, for the first time in 3 years, I wore lipstick. Pink. And it looked beautiful, and I smiled as I cried. I proudly went out to dinner with friends, where a gentleman there felt compelled to tell me how beautiful my smile, and ask me what happened due to the head wrap. I could not help but laugh and respond "beauty happened."
Thank you Dr. Davies for giving me back my self-esteem and confidence. You will never know how deeply appreciative I am of having had the fortune of our paths crossing.
Patient Reviews of Dr. Davies
RealSelf Patient Reviews of Barbara L. Davies, MD, FACS
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RealSelf Q&A with Barbara L. Davies, MD, FACS
Dr. Davies has authored several articles about cosmetic procedures.
→ Read her article about the FreshLook Lift™ Procedure
→ Read her "Liquid Facelift" article
→ Read her article about "Skin Care Basics"
Dr. Davies was recently featured in Savannah Magazine.
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Dr. Davies was also featured in the Women in Business section of Savannah Magazine. Click the photo below to view a larger version.