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

My Top 10 Most Important Blog Posts (So Far)

Dr Reath BlogsBack 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 11,000 facebook fans and our practice You Tube channel has 253 videos with over 433,000 views. Pretty amazing, right?

Now, eight years later, I have written over 280 blog posts. It’s hard for me to think that I have written that many, but it’s true and I have really enjoyed writing them.

As a way of marking this milestone, a la David Letterman, I thought I would list my top ten favorite or most important posts I’ve written. Maybe you remember some of these. If you haven’t read anything else I’ve written, I recommend you read these first. Here they are:

When A Surgeon Has Surgery (What I Learned While Recovering)

 

Think Timeless, Not Trendy When Considering Plastic Surgery

 

Why The Keller Funnel May Make Breast Augmentations Better

 

The Most Important Benefit of a Tummy Tuck (and it’s not what you think.)

 

Why Getting Cheap Plastic Surgery is Like Buying A Discount Parachute

 

We’re Stuck on a Better, Safer Way to Inject Fillers

 

You Decide: Do Silicone Implants Look Different Than Saline

 

The Brazilian Butt Lift: A Word of Caution

 

5 Areas CoolSculpting Works Better Than Liposuction

 

My Plastic Surgery “Patients Of Courage”

 

I am always interested in your feedback. Are there things you would like me to write about?  If so let me know. With over 200 in the bag, I will continue writing, and perhaps look back again once I’m up to 300 or our eight-year anniversary. So stay tuned.

Until then, all the best,

Dr. David B. Reath

 

 

 

David B. Reath, MD

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Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in October 2011 and has been updated with my selection of blog posts for our 8-year anniversary.

 

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