Beautifully You – Mary Mitchell

Refine Aesthetic Studio at the Plastic Surgery Group

Taking a
Goal-Oriented Approach

If there’s one piece of advice Mary Mitchell would give her clients, it’s to wear sunscreen – every single day. A licensed aesthetician, Mitchell has spent over six years in the field of aesthetics. In addition to her work performing facial resurfacing and assisting in the Plastic Surgery Group’s OR, Mitchell’s day-to-day is filled with client consultations. “My love of people is part of what led me to this career, so consultations are one of my favorite parts of my day,” Mitchell shares. “I ask specific questions that pertain to my clients’ lifestyle, skin type, genetics, and overall goals, such as treating acne or reversing the effects of sun exposure. I think it’s important to truly listen so that my clients will love their results.”

Mary is one-of-a-kind when it comes to her work in aesthetics. I searched high and low throughout the years, and no one has accomplished what she has with my skin. Not only does my skin look better, but it feels better too!"

My Credentials

Licensed Aesthetician:

Chattanooga College – Chattanooga, TN


InMode Laser Certification

Cartessa Laser Certification


Total Skin Rejuvenation

My Specialties

Medical Aesthetics

Facial Anatomy

1. What’s the most rewarding part of your profession?

Obviously, excellent results and happy clients. I also love the field of aesthetics because it’s always evolving, so there is always much to learn! 

2. What would you consider to be your main strengths?

Positivity in the treatment room, client education, and reinforcing each person’s natural-found beauty.

3. How do you develop a plan for each client?

I develop each client’s plan specifically to tailor to their unique concerns. I find that it is important to let each client educate me on what changes they want to see in their own skin. I then will give options of how we can accomplish their goals. 

4. What is one of your happiest professional moments?

I find my happiest professional moment in my career thus far has been the opportunity to work alongside some of the finest board-certified plastic surgeons. I love my job and the relationships that come with it.

5. What is your philosophy when it comes to the care of your clients?

Trust. By creating a trustworthy relationship from the first consultation, I have found that my clients are happier, more confident, and at ease knowing I have their best interest in mind.

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