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.

VITAHL - Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast Cancer Awareness is a cause that is near and dear to my heart. Over the years, not only have I treated many patients with breast cancer, but I have also had family and friends who have fought the disease. Because breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among women, many of you likely have friends and family who are fighting this battle as well. October is nationally recognized as Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It is an annual health campaign that stresses the importance of early breast cancer detection and that strives to provide greater access to services. Although National Breast Cancer Awareness Month started 25 years ago, there remains much to be accomplished in finding a cure. Some risk factors for breast cancer cannot be changed; however, some lifestyle changes, such as reducing alcohol intake and getting regular physical activity, may reduce your risk. It is important to educate yourself and other women as to the best ways to maintain good breast health. Thanks to the progression of research, improved treatment, and early diagnosis, 2.5 million women today are breast cancer survivors in the U.S.
There are many ways to get involved to help make a difference during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. I am very proud to announce that several of the VITAHL staff participated in the Race For The Cure at the beginning of the Month. With a vision to have a world without breast cancer, the staff felt they participated in an amazing event.
Warm Regards,
Dr Humes