After studying three years of a bachelor of science in occupational therapy, Dr. David completed medical school at the University of Western Australia. He worked for several years as a junior surgical doctor, before being accepted into the highly competitive national plastic surgery training program – which is the only government recognized and regulated training body for plastic surgeons in Australia. After completing this intensive five-year training program he was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Surgeons (FRACS) – the highest qualification in plastic surgery. Dr. David completed international and national fellowships to gain further specialist skills in plastic and reconstructive surgery. His first fellowship was in hand and upper limb surgery at the John Radcliffe Hospital and Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford. During this period he trained alongside leading surgeons from Oxford University and gained further experience in both pediatric and adult hand surgery. He also spent time with the Oxford Sarcoma Unit, and Oxford Osteomyelitis Unit, both well-renowned units that provide world-class care to patients that traveled from all over England. His second fellowship was in head and neck reconstruction at the Churchill Hospital in Headington, Oxfordshire. During this period Dr. David worked closely with other head and neck surgeons, performing complex reconstructive surgery for major head and neck cancers. His third fellowship was in aesthetic and cosmetic surgery at the Melbourne Institute of Plastic Surgery, where he was lucky enough to work alongside some of the most experienced plastic surgeons in Australia. Dr. David was exposed to all aspects of aesthetic surgery while working in one of the busiest private practices in Australia.His aim is to provide safe, compassionate, and comprehensive treatment to each patient he meets. He considers it a great privilege to be able to assist people in either improving their form or helping them achieve a certain look they desire.