Dr. Tahl N. Humes owns and serves as medical director to Vitahl Medical Aesthetics in Denver, Colorado. She graduated with a BS from Indiana University, completed Medical School at Touro University in California, and Residency at Saint Joseph Hospital in Denver. She is a National Laser Trainer and National Spokesperson for Cutera® Lasers. Dr. Humes also trains physicians, RNs, and PAs from across the nation in advanced injection techniques of BOTOX® and advanced dermal fillers, including Juvederm, Restylane, Radiesse, and Sculptra. Dr. Humes has performed thousands of aesthetic treatments with lasers and injectables. She was invited by Allergan to participate in the Juvederm Experience Trials prior to the product’s release to the general public. In addition, Dr. Humes is known for her expertise in laser medicine. Dr. Humes and Vitahl are known for their cutting edge laser treatments, such as Pearl and Titan. She has been interviewed for her cosmetic medical expertise by news affiliates ABC, CBS, and NBC, and has served on expert panels for Cutera® Lasers at national presentations.

Help Stop the "BOTAX"

Vitahl is voting to stop the proposed tax on cosmetic treatments.

To help pay for the health care reform bill that is being debated over the next few weeks by the U.S. Senate, users of cosmetic medical treatments have been targeted with a 5% federal tax on such procedures. This tax discriminates predominantly against woman and the middle class. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), 61% of patients considering a cosmetic medical procedure are in the middle class, earning between $30,000 and $90,000 per year and 91% of patients seeking cosmetic medical procedures are women. In addition, since cosmetic procedures are generally not covered by insurance, the proposed tax will not reduce the cost of health care nor will it reduce insurance premiums.

You can learn more about the bill and decide how you feel by going to
http://www.stopcosmetictax.org/ ...... Then, hopefully you will sign the petition on the site to stop the Botax.