Get Your Fill: Fillers and Injectables


At Beaty Facial Plastic Surgery, we offer an array of non-surgical, cosmetic options to our patients. Surgery is not the only way to look and feel your best, and in many cases, surgery is unnecessary to achieve a desired result.

One recommendation Dr. Beaty may suggest, would be to utilize fillers and injectables.  In recent years many new products have become available to achieve long-term results for wrinkle reduction or to enhance facial volume.  Here at Beaty Facial Plastic Surgery we use only the highest quality products on the market.  Please click on the links below to find out more about these amazing products.

  • Juvederm®  – A smooth, gel facial filler that adds volume under the innermost layer of your skin used to reduce smile lines (parentheses),    marionette lines, and vertical lines on the face.
  • Radiesse® – A collagen dermal filler that not only reduces the appearance of wrinkles and folds instantly, but actually stimulates your skin’s ability to increase collagen production, giving you healthier, more youthful skin over time.
  • Restylane – An innovative facial filler that works to add volume and fullness to improve the appearance of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and nasolabial folds (the lines from your nose to the corners of your mouth). It provides long-lasting, natural-looking results and helps you look years younger.
  • Sculptra® – A type of facial filler known as a biostimulator because it stimulates your body to regenerate collagen at the site of injection. Over time, Sculptra fills facial hollows, rejuvenates the skin’s appearance, and reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

If you are interested in learning more about how facial fillers and injectables can help you, please contact us today to set up an appointment at Beaty Facial Plastic Surgery.

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