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Microneedling + RF = Pixel8-RF

At Beaty Facial Plastic Surgery, we’re always looking at new technologies and systems that come to the aesthetic market to see if we think they would be a good option for our patients. Our newest system is called Pixel8-RF. It combines microneedling with the delivery of radiofrequency energy to improve skin texture and tone, and… Read More »



Long-Lasting Sculptra

Collagen is the key to firm, younger-looking skin. This protein provides the structural framework under our epidermis. Unfortunately, every year after we have our 20th birthday our bodies produce one additional percentage point less collagen. No wonder wrinkles, lines, and areas of volume loss really show themselves when we’re 50 — it’s because we now produce… Read More »



Menopause: The Battle from Within

Menopause is simply the end of menstruation, but there is absolutely nothing simple about menopause.  I’ve been fortunate to care for many women going through this hormonal transition during my 20+ years of medical practice.  I believe I’ve learned far more from them about managing menopause than they from me.  That doesn’t mean I’m ready… Read More »



Intense Skin Improvement

Some people assume intense pulsed light and laser light are the same things, but they are different. Laser energy is delivered in a single wavelength. Intense pulsed light delivers a broad spectrum onto treatment areas. By using different filters to allow certain wavelengths through, different skin problems can be treated with IPL. An IPL FotoFacial… Read More »


Rhinoplasty Recovery

Whether your nose surgery was for cosmetic or functional reasons, the goal is to recover as soon as possible without complications. Dr. Beaty knows that a successful recovery is a critical component of your overall rhinoplasty experience. Patients want to see their final results as soon as possible, but patience is a virtue with recovery… Read More »


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