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.

Dr Humes on Channel 2 with Shaul Turner - More women seeking help for aging hands

Dr Humes on Channel 2 with Shaul Turner - More women seeking help for aging hands
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by Shaul Turner
DENVER — Plastic surgeons in the metro area are very busy lifting faces and tucking tummies. But now there’s an increased demand for yet another area.

Many women feel that tired-looking hands can say a lot about you, especially if they detract from a youthful face.

Aging and harsh elements can wrinkle the skin on your hands. Doctor Tahl Humes is seeing a demand for hand rejuvenation at her Cherry Creek practice Vitahl.

According to Dr. Humes, it doesn’t matter whether you are male or female, signs of wear and tear on your hands can begin around age 30.

“You’ll hear women say some guy told me that they noticed I was in my 30’s because of my hands,” said Humes.

One treatment used to fill-out wrinkling hands is called Juvederm. It is injected between the bones to create a smoother appearance.

Another option is Sculptra, which actually stimulates collagen production in your hands, plumping them out.

Lasers are also used to resurface skin but are not advised for those with darker complexions.

Dr. Humes warns that it’s important to start protecting the skin on our hands in your 20s by using sunblock and plenty of moisturizers.

For more information about hand rejuvenation therapy you can call 303.388.7380 or visit www.vitahl.com. You may also visit the website for the American Society of Plastic Surgeons at www.plasticsurgery.org .