Dr. David Gilpin is a native of Nashville, TN. After graduating from Vanderbilt University with a degree in Biomedical Engineering, Dr. Gilpin pursued his M.D. from The University of Tennessee College of Medicine. After considering multiple medical specialties, Dr. Gilpin discovered his passion of the head and neck. He furthered his training through a five-year surgery residency at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Post residency, Dr. Gilpin was hand-selected for fellowship training at Tulane University with one of the world’s leading experts in facial plastic surgery, Dr. Calvin Johnson. Dr. Johnson was a pioneer of rhinoplasty and many other cosmetic procedures in the field, and this training honed Dr. Gilpin’s training in cosmetic surgery of the nose, eyelids, face, ears, neck, and related structures.
Gilpin Facial Plastic specializes in surgical treatment of the nose, aging face and neck including brow lifts, upper and lower eyelid surgery, neck lifts, and facelifts. Dr. Gilpin’s gentle bedside manner and beautiful results, make Gilpin Facial Plastic Surgery an easy choice for most patients when considering surgery or non-invasive cosmetic procedures. Dr. Gilpin believes that each patient is unique and should received a customized surgical plan during his or her consultation. He also has a special surgical interest in cosmetic and traumatic rhinoplasty and offers a full range of office procedures to fit every patient’s needs.
In addition to specializing in facial cosmetic surgery procedures, Dr. Gilpin was invited to serve on the Facial Trauma team at Skyline Medical Center. His extensive background in facial reconstructive procedures, including skin cancer removal and traumatic injury, enable him to be a part of a talented, well-respected team of surgeons. Dr. Gilpin is honored to be a part of this important work of helping patients recover from life-altering events.
Dr. Gilpin is dual board certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and the American Board of Otolaryngology. He is also fellowship-trained to perform cosmetic procedures. This fall, Dr. Gilpin will be speaking once again at the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery’s annual meeting.