TMJ Center of Los Angeles

Gastroenterologist Beverly Hills

Dr. Mark Davidson, MD is an expert gastroenterologist in Beverly Hills, helping patients diagnose and treat diseases of the gastrointestinal system. These consist of conditions that affect the stomach, colon, liver, esophagus, small intestine, gallbladder, pancreas, and biliary tract.

At the office of Dr. Davidson, our goal is to provide care that is professional, respectful, innovative, and comfortable. We are guided by integrity and transparency, ensuring patients are informed of the details and preparation procedures for each treatment.


A number of gastrointestinal conditions are evaluated and treated at our practice, including constipation, hepatitis, and hemorrhoids. Among these, constipation is a result of low fluids, overdose of certain laxatives, fiber deficiency, low physical activity, and taking pills or medicine with constipation side effects.

There are multiple symptoms experienced during constipation, including small bowl, hard, dry bowel movements. If constipation is affecting you, you need a trusted and experienced gastroenterologist to help you treat and resolve it. Dr. Davidson provides the level of service and personalized care you can trust.

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