David Kaufman, MD, FACS
The decision to embark on surgical enhancement is an intensely personal one. I believe it is very important that you are comfortable with your plastic surgeon and confident in his or her abilities. I would like to tell you a little about myself and my qualifications as a cosmetic surgeon.
Once you have chosen cosmetic surgery, choosing the right plastic surgeon becomes a matter of great importance.
I am proud to say that I am a board-certified plastic surgeon, which means I have met stringent certification and training requirements that ensure my patients the very best results. Moreover, my diverse surgical experience enables me to choose procedures and techniques to best suit each patient. If you are looking for a plastic surgeon in the Sacramento area, I encourage you to contact me.
At your personal consultation with me, we will talk about your areas of concern and develop a plan to meet your goals. We will review the procedure in detail, go over expected results, and answer all your questions.
After your consultation, you will have a thorough understanding of your options. You’ll never feel rushed to make a decision, and we’re always available for follow up questions. If you choose to proceed with a surgical procedure, I will personally be with you for every step of the process.
From Harvard Medical School to Stanford Residency
I then attended Harvard Medical School, receiving my medical doctor degree in 1996. My surgical training in a combined general and plastic surgery residency was conducted at Stanford University Medical Center.
Following the completion of my residency, I served as the Interplast Jerome P. Webster Fellow. Interplast is a non-profit organization based in Mountain View, California, that provides plastic and reconstructive surgery to needy children and adults in the developing world. I have participated in over 20 surgical overseas missions and have performed operations on more than 500 patients in this capacity.
Since completing my residency and fellowship in plastic surgery, I have been in a very busy practice of both reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. I have had the honor of being the director of the Regional Burn Unit at Valley Medical Center and serving on the volunteer clinical faculty at Stanford University Medical Center. I am also proud to be a member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
In 2005, largely for family reasons, I moved my practice to the Sacramento area and have fallen in love with the community and the wonderful patients that I have had the privilege to treat.
My wife Kate (formerly Shallenberger), sons Trevor and Grant, daughter Ava and I live in El Dorado Hills. Our outside interests include athletics, travel, and volunteer work.