David B. Reath, MD

David B. Reath, MD

Knoxville Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 5.0 stars from 90 reviews
109 Northshore Drive , Suite 101
Knoxville, TN 37919
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5 out of 5 stars

25 Year Old, Very Athletic/Muscular, Wanted Some Women Curves - Knoxville, TN

BEST DOCTOR EVER. Sits and talks with you about all of your concerns. Gives you an honest opinion about what size you should get. Patient. Caring. Loves talking with you about anything! Gave me anti-bruising pills and vitamins that helped me a lot with the procedure. Very little pain/bruising. Very knowledgeable on this procedure. I would trust him with any procedure. He knows his stuff!!! You won't be disappointed. I promise!

5 out of 5 stars

Best Decision Ever! - Knoxville, TN

5 out of 5 stars

Breastfed 3 Kids and Wanted to Restore my Figure - Knoxville, TN

Dr. Reath is prompt, knowledgeable, kind, professional, and easy going. He made the whole procedure a breeze! From the way surgery is totaled to the procedure outcome, everything went great and I was very pleased with how things were done. They definitely know what they are doing and leave no stone unturned. I am glad I did my research and found Dr. Reath. I highly recommend Dr. Reath and his staff!

5 out of 5 stars

Yes, Botox is Great! - Knoxville, TN

I love the entire staff. Dr. Reath is just a super nice and professional person. Best place in the world. Jill is fantastic and I feel safe with her and injections. She is the best!

5 out of 5 stars Body Lift

Simply the Best - Knoxville, TN

I chose Dr. Reath after lengthy research on surgeons for my procedure. From the first phone call to the office, I instantly felt welcomed and safe. He is a surgeon with true artistic vision. He is also a man with integrity, and a great sense of humor! I live 7 hours away from Knoxville, and it was well worth the drive (several of them!) to have the honor of being his patient. Due to weight loss, I had lots of sagging skin, which really lowered my self esteem. Over the course of a year and a half, Dr. Reath performed a breast lift/augmentation and a circumferential body lift. The results are amazing! Dr. Reath has the ability to see beyond what is” and work towards “what can be”. His “personal approach to personal change” rings very true—he explains everything very thoroughly and answers every question. He also takes the time to answer his emails personally. He makes sure his patients are well informed and are realistic in their goals. His awards and accolades that he has received are well deserved, and is well respected in his profession. His staff is wonderful and caring, always giving the personal touch to whatever they do. Dr. Reath also keeps up with the current trends in his area of expertise, as well as keeping a personal connection with his patients through social media. I told Dr. Reath that he transformed my life by allowing the “real me” to shine through—he humbly said “you did the hard work; I just did the clean up!”. It is obvious he truly loves what he does—his patients are truly blessed to have him—a gifted surgeon, an artistic visionary and a wonderful person all rolled up in one!

5 out of 5 stars

Coolsculpting Works!!!!! - Knoxville, TN

5 out of 5 stars

58 Year Old. Lost Weight and Needed Much Extra "Tightening" I Saw Heather and She Was Absolutely Wonderful at Her Trade. - TN

Heather is so knowledgeable regarding her trade. She went above and beyond what was required of her and made sure to make me feel comfortable. I wouldn't hesitate to see her anytime or anyone in Dr Reath's office. Always professional.

5 out of 5 stars Botox

Unbelievable Results! - Knoxville, TN

Jill is fabulous!!!! Takes the time to discuss what you want to achieve from visit, and explains procedure. I'm thrilled with my results.

5 out of 5 stars

40-something, Happily Married, Empty Nester - Knoxville, TN

Overall, I thought this would be a more complicated process. It was actually very easy. Dr. Reath answered all of my questions, and I felt very comfortable with him as my doctor. Everything I needed to know was documented by Dr. Reath's office, which made things easy. The hardest part was the sizing- it was such a big decision to make and I had no clue where I wanted to be. This isn't a decision that someone else can make for you. The best part was knowing I could call the office no matter what - the ladies in the office as so professional and kind. I only called a few times, and I really appreciated how nice they were. My implants were under the muscle, so the first week was a little rough, but every day was a little better. Three months out, I feel great and love the results.

About David B. Reath, MD

David B. Reath, MD practices in Knoxville at David B. Reath, MD Plastic Surgery as a Plastic Surgeon, board certified by American Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Reath began participating on RealSelf in 2008, and has achieved "Distinguished Member" status. The doctor has 29 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services, and is a member of American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). Dr. Reath has hospital affiliations at University of Tennessee Medical Center, Fort Sanders Regional, Mercy Medical Center.

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$100, which is applied to the cost of your surgery, should you choose to schedule

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Blog Posts and Articles

Dear Allergan: Keep Up the Valeant Fight.

Recently, one of the hottest topics in both the worlds of aesthetic medicine and big business has been the attempts by the pharmaceutical company Valeant at a hostile takeover of Allergan. To date this has not been successful, but this fight is my no means over. And, it could have a major negative affect on you and me if this succeeds.Now, let me start by professing my juvenile understanding of the world of big business and major investing. So, I will not discuss the major financial...

Breast Implants: How to Know When You're Going Too Big

A recent phenomenon that I have noticed is that women are choosing larger and larger breast implants when having breast augmentation. This is something that has gradually increased over the years that I have been doing breast surgery. And I am left with two questions: is there an upper limit in sight? And, how big is too big? About twenty years ago, the volume of implants that were usually chosen was less than 300 cc. And it was quite rare to go much above that or even into...

Why Social Media Should Stay Out Of The Operating Room

My office has had a lot of fun embracing social media. And, it has been educational, informative and fun for our patients as well. I say this because I am about to suggest a limit on social media as it applies to plastic surgery. Put simply: social media should stay out of the operating room. Recently I read a story about a plastic surgeon who, with the permission of the patient, was using Facebook, Twitter Instagram and Vine to essentially live-broadcast an operation. The...

Caring For Your Breast Implants: Three Things to Know Now

What do I need to do to take care of my breast implants? This is a question that many breast augmentation patients ask. It is not a trivial issue and it’s not like they come with a use and care manual. So here are three recommendations about how to care for your breasts/breast implants that you may not know. In my experience, following these simple suggestions can go a long way in helping you to maintain the health and longevity of your breast implants. Support Your...

Traveling For Plastic Surgery: When It Does (And Does Not) Make Sense

Let's play a little game. What do Guam, Memphis, Africa, Nashville, Chicago, Atlanta, South Carolina, You're probably wondering why someone would travel so far to have plastic surgery. You're also probably wondering if it's even a good thing.Washington D.C., New York, Canada, Massachusetts, Florida and Dubai all have in common? Believe it or not, patients have come to Knoxville from all of these places to have surgery with me. You might think that I was advertising in Air...

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Education / Training

Medical: MD, Medical College of Virginia , Richmond, TN
Residency: Plastic Surgery Training, University of Pennsylvania , Pennsylvania, PA
Fellowship: American College of Surgeons

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