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

Category Archives: Plastic Surgery for Men

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 »

My New Skin Care Addiction

Few things in my business change as much as skin care lines. Some of these changes we like, others not so much. Our most recent change has been to bring in SkinMedica skin care products. These come from Allergan, our good friend who also brings us Botox, fillers such as Juvederm and Voluma, CoolSculpting and … Read more »

My Plastic Surgery “Patients Of Courage”

Each year at our annual meeting, the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recognizes several patients as their “Patients of Courage”. These remarkable individuals have had incredible journeys dealing with injuries, breast cancer, or congenital deformities with the help of plastic surgery. They have further gone on to “give back” to society through their experiences. … Read more »

CoolSculpting vs Liposuction vs Tummy Tuck [Infographic]

When you’re wanting to make a change, it can be confusing to figure out which body contouring procedure is right for you. CoolSculpting is a non-surgical way of reducing fat that is very effective, but as this infographic illustrates, it is not for everyone. Beware of clinics with only one procedure to offer. If there is only … Read more »

You’ve Had Plastic Surgery. Now What?

It happens. People have great results from their surgery (or CoolSculpting), and think they are done. So, they slip back into their old bad habits and start gaining weight again. We don’t want to see this happen to you! Congratulations on the new and improved you! Plastic surgery is an investment, a very worthwhile one, … Read more »

30 Years as a Plastic Surgeon. Thank You Knoxville.

In the summer of 1986, (when We are the World was the top song, Out of Africa was the top movie, and a gallon of gas cost $.89) having just finished my residency in plastic surgery at the University of Pennsylvania in Plastic Surgery, I moved to Knoxville, Tennessee to start my practice. You could … Read more »

How To Prevent Wrinkles: You Can Do It While You Sleep.

I think all of us are looking for ways to look better, slow down the aging process, and improve our facial appearance. Recently, I read an interesting article in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal about the lines on your face and how they are influenced by the position in which you sleep. Expression Wrinkles vs. Sleep Wrinkles … Read more »

A Boy and His Botox

Dr. Reath recently sat down to talk with one of our patients after his very first Botox treatment. He was kind enough to share his experience. He took some great before and after pictures documenting his results 24 hours and 72 hours after his treatment. To see them, scroll down to the end of the … Read more »

Surprising Sunscreen Fact: Apply Before You Fly

May is National Skin Cancer Awareness Month. With the upcoming holiday weekend, it’s a good time to reflect on the importance of protecting your skin from the sun in situations you may not have considered. There are certainly times where your exposure to the sun is greater than in others. Some of these you are already aware of … Read more »

Butt Enlargement Takes A Back Seat To Top Plastic Surgery Procedures

Every year the American Society of Plastic Surgery releases its highly-anticipated statistics on the number of surgeries performed the previous year. For many years I was Chairman of the Public Education Committee and one of my jobs was to review the stats with the ASPS staff to find something newsworthy enough to release to the media. Some years … Read more »

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