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When undertaking plastic or cosmetic surgery it is important to understand the ethos that underpins your surgeon’s practice, as this guides your care, as well as the beliefs and values of the team that will be taking care of you. 

At Dr David Sharp Plastic Surgery, our mission is to provide you with safe and comprehensive care from a qualified, specialty-trained plastic surgeon a discreet, comfortable environment. We strive to make you feel like you are not just a patient – to us, you are a member of our practice family.

Dr David Sharp and his team will always be honest and communicative with you, and utilise all of our considerable expertise and training to provide you with ethical, appropriate support.

To accomplish our mission, our practice is committed to the following:

  • EProviding a spectrum of surgical and medical services to meet our patient's needs within a single, well-appointed location
  • EImplementing proven methods, procedures, and programs to produce visible outcomes and nurture our patients through their healing journeys
  • EEmbracing the unique needs of our patients to make certain that each is treated with care, compassion and respect in a safe and comfortable environment
  • EEmpowering our patients with a complete educational experience to ensure that each is fully informed and fully prepared

Our vision is to be a premier provider of plastic surgery services in both Brisbane and Ipswich, known for our exceptional patient care, personalised approach and outstanding results. Our progressive, innovative and patient-focused plastic surgery practice is built upon five core values, focused on building relationships inside and outside of our organisation through:


  • EIntegrity
  • ECaring
  • EMutual respect
  • ETeamwork

“We restore, rebuild, and make whole those parts which nature hath given, but which fortune has taken away. Not so much that it may delight the eye, but that it might buoy up the spirit, and help the mind of the afflicted.”

– Gaspare Tagliacozzi 1597