“Deeply interested in innovation, design, and construction, I consider myself imaginative with a meticulous attention to detail. Whether of a garment, a building, or the human body, the way different pieces fit together to craft something substantial and meaningful is fascinating to me. This has inevitably fueled my passion for aesthetic surgery, as well as my desire to create compassionate and empathetic relationships with my patients facilitating the creation of beauty together as a team.”
Fernando Enrico Eugenio Domingo, MD, or Dr. Nico Domingo as he prefers, is the most recent addition to the RefinedLooks Plastic Surgery team. Born in the Philippines, he immigrated to the US at the age of two and was raised in Kentucky. He proudly attended the University of Kentucky, graduating summa cum laude. Coming from a family of physicians, he then attended the University of Louisville School of Medicine, finishing in the top third of his class.

With the goal to be the first surgeon in his family, he completed both his General Surgery Residency and Plastic Surgery Fellowship at the University of Tennessee College of Medicine, Chattanooga, where he is now a Faculty Member for the Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. Dr. Domingo is currently Board Eligible under the American Board of Plastic Surgery.
As Chattanooga’s newest plastic surgeon, Dr. Domingo’s practice encompasses a special interest in all aesthetic procedures of the face, breast, and body: specifically, breast augmentation, lift, and reduction, contouring procedures of the arms and thighs, tummy tuck, liposuction, facelift, eyelid surgery, and rhinoplasty. Dr. Domingo is also devoted to non-invasive aesthetic procedures including laser and facial treatments in addition to Botox and filler injectables. He is trained in all aspects of plastic surgery of the face and body.

Dr. Domingo lives in the Southside of Downtown Chattanooga where he keeps an active social role in the community. He enjoys exploring local restaurants, relishing in local art and live music, spending quality time with his friends and family, as well as traveling in and out of the country. He maintains a Silver Membership to the Chairman’s Circle of the Hunter Museum of American Art in Chattanooga and was selected as part of the Membership Committee to the newly established Common House Chattanooga for his significant outreach.