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Board Certified Nashville Plastic Surgeon Dr. Chad Robbins Confidence Is Beautiful

Patient-centered and compassionate, board-certified Nashville plastic surgeon Dr. Chad Robbins understands that how a person feels about his or her body can directly impact self-confidence. Dr. Robbins, voted Best of Nashville by the Nashville Scene, is committed to helping his patients in and around Nashville and Franklin achieve their aesthetic goals, so they can more comfortably enjoy full and active lives.

Dr. Robbins is Mayo Clinic-trained and specializes in Facial Aging, Mommy Makeovers, Body Contouring and Breast Enhancement. He works closely with each patient to design a treatment plan that will provide the changes desired while maintaining a natural look.
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Dr. Chad Robbins, M.D., FACS Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

Dr. Chad Robbins is highly trained in all aspects of plastic and reconstructive surgery. A native of Huntsville, Alabama, he received his bachelor of science degree from Sewanee: The University of the South, graduating magna cum laude. He completed his medical degree at University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Medicine.

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Confidence At Any Age

During your 20s, early signs of aging and sun damage will begin to show. Although they may not completely detract from a youthful appearance, minor skin irregularities and wrinkles can motivate patients to begin cosmetic treatments.
Once you cross over into your 30s, you may begin to notice more significant effects on the body. The skin begins to lose volume and elasticity, so you may experience wrinkles and sagging skin.
Most patients begin to notice numerous signs of aging in their 40s. Volume loss, stubborn fat, sagging skin and more can take away from your youthful appearance.
Once you reach your 50s, it can be especially difficult to conceal signs of aging that have developed over the years. This is often the time where patients begin to consider effective surgical procedures over more subtle alternatives.