Christopher J. Davidson, MD
Fraser Medical Building
332 Washington St, Suite 100
Wellesley, MA 02481
Phone: (781) 237-7700
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Christopher J. Davidson, MD Blog

How to Keep Skin Refreshed During Winter

Winter weather can be tough on skin, and our medical spa clients in chilly Boston are all too aware of its effects. Decreased atmospheric humidity, comforting hot showers, and the consistent adjustment from freezing outdoor temperatures to warm indoor air can dry skin out, leaving it uncomfortable and susceptible to damage. In this blog post, …

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Reduced Scarring: My Approach to Breast Augmentation

When women come to my practice in Boston for breast implants they often have one overriding concern: scarring. I understand their trepidation. After all, what good is a beautiful surgical result if it's marred by noticeable scars? In order to meet my patients' demands, I've devoted a significant portion of my professional life to learning surgical …

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What Is an Appropriate Age for a Facelift?

It's a question almost as old as the facelift itself: What's the optimal age for undergoing this surgery? I regularly hear this question from prospective facelift patients at my Boston-area practice. In this blog post, I'd like to take the time to explain why age isn't the only factor to consider when determining a patient's eligibility …

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5 Tips for a Better Breast Augmentation Recovery

At my Boston plastic surgery practice, the popularity of breast augmentation continues to increase. This surgery has one of the highest patient satisfaction rates of any cosmetic procedure, and for good reason. Advanced breast implant technology has enhanced surgeons' options for creating natural-looking results, and modern surgical techniques and pain management protocols have made the …

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How to Prepare for Your Initial Surgical Consultation

At my Boston plastic surgery practice, I spend a great deal of time during the initial consultation getting to know the patient and helping him or her to feel relaxed and comfortable. I understand that your first consultation for plastic surgery can be intimidating and possibly overwhelming. If you're planning your first conversation with a surgeon, being …

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Question & Answer with Dr. Davidson

Boston Plastic Surgeon Dr. Christopher Davidson answers your questions. How long it will take for swelling to subside after breast augmentation surgery? Although swelling after a breast augmentation can last for six months, generally most of the swelling has resolved after three or four weeks. Typically, the breasts are the most swollen one week post-operatively …

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5 Reasons to Get Breast Implants in the Fall

Fall is often thought of as a season of changes. Leaves change colors, the weather turns chilly, and, with the beginning of a new school year, children change grades. At my Boston plastic surgery practice, it's also a popular time for patients to pursue personal transformations that they may have been thinking about for months …

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End-of-Summer Skincare Treatments

Summer is starting to wrap up, with cooler temperatures right around the corner. Maybe you forgot to wear sunscreen a day or two on vacation, or maybe summer was just tough on your skin. Either way, we offer plenty of treatment options, thanks to the expertise of our skilled RN, Justine Mawe. Here are some …

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Why Kybella®? Double Chins Bother Nearly Half of Survey Respondents

A recent survey of nearly 2,000 Americans revealed that the look of their under-chin area bothered 47 percent of them, and even more—49 percent—said the area negatively impacted their appearance. The results of this survey by Allergan, maker of the double-chin-reducing Kybella®—were revealed at the March 14 meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) …

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New CryoProbe Dramatically Reduces Brown Spots, Painlessly and Affordably

NEW! The CryoProbe dramatically reduces brown spots in one quick treatment session.  This painless treatment sprays a fine micro-mist of liquid nitrogen directly onto the brown spot, creating a localized frostbite that stimulates the body's wound healing response. The treated area will turn red or blister and eventually slough off. New, fresh skin will take …

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