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

Dr. Reath’s Blog

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 »

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 »

An Epic Victory Over Obesity: A Reath Patient Story

One of our very dear patients has written the following about her life journey of dealing with obesity. Not only has she very effectively dealt with this, but she has truly changed her life. My staff and I have been honored to help her achieve her goals and dreams. Her words and her life are … Read more »

5 Tips For Healthy Skin During The Winter. [Updated]

As winter is upon us you have probably noticed that your skin is getting dryer. This is common. Your skin changes throughout the seasons of the year and it requires different care and treatment depending upon the season. So what should you be doing for winter skin? Glad you asked. With the cold of the winter … Read more »

7 Hottest Trends To Beautify Your 2018

I hope 2017 has been a good year for you, because it’s been a great year for our Knoxville plastic surgery practice in so many ways. At this time of the year I like to reflect back over the past year with an eye to the future to take stock of where we are, where … Read more »

Confidence For A New Job: A Reath Patient Story

Every time we post new before and after photos on our website, we try to include a bit of information about the patient. Every now and then, a patient will write about his or her experience with us and how this has affected their lives. Here is a patient who struggled with hyperhidrosis (excessive underarm sweating) and was … 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 »

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