David B. Reath, MD
Knoxville, TN (865) 450-9253

Author Archives: Dr. Reath

Beauty Blunders Part 3: Hair Errors

  Although we all want to look our best, most of us are making beauty mistakes without a clue we’re doing something wrong.   In part one of this three-part blog series, we explored Skin Care Snafus, part two was all about Makeup Mishaps. In part three, Scott Stuart, co-owner of Metropolis Hair Fashions, shares the most common … Read more »

Beauty Blunders Part 2: Makeup Mishaps

  Although we all want to look our best, most of us are making beauty mistakes without a clue we’re doing something wrong.     In part one of this three-part blog series, we explored Skin Care Snafus. Today Christy Ledford, our fabulous aesthetician, dishes about makeup.   Part 2: Makeup Mishaps   You match … Read more »

Beauty Blunders Part 1: Skin Care Snafus

  Although we all want to look our best, most of us are making beauty mistakes without a clue we’re doing something wrong.   It makes perfect sense. Dollars to doughnuts, your beauty regimen is based on advice you heard from your mom, combined with tips you read in fashion magazines and what you observed … Read more »

50, Fit and Fabulous: A Reath Patient Story

Every now and then I get lucky enough to have a patient like Kris walk through my door. She is a wonderful person and has allowed me to embark with her on the gratifying  journey of making her look the way she feels inside. It has truly been a partnership because she has done as … Read more »

Ready to Get Fit? Start Spinning Your Wheels.

Fitness matters. It really does. When we are fit, we look better, we feel better, and, I would submit, we are better all around. Many patients confide that they struggle with incorporating exercise into their busy schedules and get discouraged. So I thought I’d share what’s working well for me. I have participated in several … Read more »

My Top 10 Most Important Blog Posts (So Far)

Back in November of 2009, I started my Facebook page, got my first smart phone, and wrote my first blog post. Since then, we have been honored with over 11,500 facebook fans and our practice You Tube channel has 273 videos with over 680,000 views. Pretty amazing, right? Now, eight years later, I have written almost 300 … Read more »

The Wrong Time For Your Skin Care Treatment

Want to know one thing you can do to maximize your skin care results? Hint: It’s not just about picking the right procedure. As the old saying goes, “The right thing at the wrong time becomes the wrong thing.” Licensed Aesthetician Christy Ledford explains why the timing of your treatment is so important, and what … Read more »

How the New Opiod Law Affects Your Recovery (and our brilliant solution for leftover pills)

On July 1 of this year, our state legislature passed “The Tennessee Together Plan”, which regulates the use and prescription of narcotic pain medications. The intent of this law is certainly laudable: to curb the overuse of opioids such as hydrocodone, oxycodone, oxycontin, and fentanyl, to name a few. Certainly, as a state we need … Read more »

Plastic Surgery Award Winners 2018

It’s official. New Beauty Magazine’s Spring/Summer “Best of the Best” is out. We haven’t noticed any of the editors hanging out at our practice lately, still it’s uncanny how many of our procedures were named “Industry Breakthroughs” and “Best In-Office Treatments”. Many of our favorite skin care products made the list as well. It’s always nice … Read more »

Our Game-Changing SkinPen Procedure: Yay! No Blood Required. Part 2

A better way to get your growth factors. I left off Part 1 of my last (vampirish) article with the question of whether there was an easier way to acquire and use growth factors for microneedling than drawing blood and using Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP). Could we find a product with a consistent yield of the growth … Read more »

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