Meet Dr. Diane Alexander
Dr. Alexander is a Board-Certified, Female Plastic Surgeon and Founder of Artisan Beauté, a premium luxury spa located in the heart of Buckhead. She has dedicated her career to the science of art and beauty to help women unlock their confidence. Through her passion for beauty, she co-founded the first all-female plastic surgery practice in Atlanta in 2000, which is now Artisan Plastic Surgery.
Since then, her love for beauty has led her to expand her expertise to encompass esthetics and non-surgical offerings. She founded Artisan Beauté with the goal of giving women a highly personalized experience, tailored to their unique needs and desires. Through her knowledge of advanced beauty technology, Dr. Alexander offers her clients access to the best service and variety of beauty products and treatments that the industry has to offer.
Dr. Alexander has been consistently selected by her peers as a Top Doctor for Atlanta Magazine. She is also selected as a Castle Connolly Top doctor by Modern Luxury.
Dr. Alexander graduated cum laude from Yale University, where she studied history, art, and political science, as well as pre-medical courses. Dr. Alexander studied medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, graduating in 1990.
Following medical school, Dr. Alexander trained at Emory University in the general and plastic surgery residency programs. During her clinical training, she also worked as a fellow in the transplant immunology department with Drs. Chris Larsen and Tom Pearson. Using microsurgical techniques, she performed mouse heart transplants as part of her research. She received grants for this work from the Plastic Surgery Educational Foundation and the National Institutes of Health, co-published dozens of articles in peer-reviewed scientific journals, and lectured extensively in the United States and abroad. Dr. Alexander has also been featured in local and national media outlets, including the New York Times.
A Renaissance Woman
During her time at Yale, Dr. Alexander performed as a concert cellist with the Yale Symphony. Today, she is still an admirer of the arts; she and her husband enjoy photography and collecting art together. She has two daughters, Kayla and Nicki. As a health and fitness enthusiast, she enjoys practicing tai chi and cycling on her Peloton. She has also recently completed her 200-hour yoga teacher certification.