Dr. Daniel Barker Rebrands Head And Neck Surgery Practice As "Wabi Sabi," Relocates To Expanded Hixson Office

Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Dr. Daniel Barker, a board-certified head and neck surgeon specializing in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, has rebranded his medical practice as “Wabi Sabi” and has relocated to Hixson.

Now located at 5441 Highway 153 near Northgate, Dr. Barker’s expanded office will house his surgical operations and a med spa, which provides additional care options to patients.

“This new location will allow our medical team to bring our goal of improving our patients’ lives and natural aging to Chattanooga,” Dr.
Barker said. “As someone who grew up in the Tennessee Valley, I am passionate about helping Chattanoogans show off their natural features.”

Relocating to Hixson is not only more convenient to a greater number of his patients, but it will also improve the overall patient experience for facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, Dr. Barker said.

“Facial plastic and reconstructive surgery is an important decision for any patient, and our goal is to not only serve their medical needs but also help them feel comfortable and relaxed during the entire process,” Dr. Barker said.

By rebranding the practice as “Wabi Sabi” and incorporating design elements of nature, Dr. Barker and his team said they will be able to better achieve their goal of helping patients relax before and after their procedure.

Dr. Barker specializes in rhinoplasty, nose surgery, Botox, Juvederm and facial plastic surgery.

More information is available by visiting https://www.danielbarkermd.com or by calling 423-756-2773.

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