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Dec 12 2016

Treatments for Marionette Lines

Monday, December 12th, 2016

What are Marionette Lines?   Marionette lines, also known as nasolabial folds, are deep lines that run from corners of the nose to corners of the mouth. Some may refer to them as facial parentheses..   Marionette lines appear as a consequence of age. As the skin ages, it loses volume and elasticity due to diminishing reserves of tightening and plumping substances, including collagen, hyaluronic Read More …

Oct 10 2016

Pillow Face: The Danger of Too Much Facial Filler

Monday, October 10th, 2016

Fillers and injectable treatments are an excellent non-surgical method of adding volume and youth back into the face. Dr. Gail Humble has years of experience working with dermal fillers and injectables such as Juvederm, Restylane, Perlane, Sculptra and Radiesse. Dr. Humble was one of the doctors who participated in the FDA studies before Sculptura and Radiesse were approved for use. To add to her expertise Read More …

May 8 2015

Sculptra vs Voluma: Which is best for you?

Friday, May 8th, 2015

Anti-Aging Treatments One of the top fears of most people is getting old. Aging and a changing appearances is something that no one wants to experience. Although it is impossible to completely avoid aging, there are some steps you can take to help fight it. Sculptra and Juvederm Voluma XC are two common anti-aging treatments on the market today. Both processes are designed to help Read More …

Aug 3 2013

The Aging Face – Why and How our Faces Age

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

FAT: A youthful look depends on having the right amount of facial fat in the right places. Aging can cause redistribution, accumulation, and atrophy of fat which leads to facial volume loss. Some areas lose fat, for instance the forehead and cheeks. We see lines in the forehead, and sallow cheeks. Other areas gain fat, for example the mouth and jaw. As these fat pads Read More …

May 4 2013

Celebrities and PRP

Saturday, May 4th, 2013

Celebrities are always on the cutting edge when it comes to beauty and fashion (after all it is their stock and trade). A decade ago the celebrity magazines would all write about the latest star getting yet another facelift. Surgical procedures where the only option to help those celebrities (and those others that could afford) stay young and beautiful looking. Times have changed! Recent advancements Read More …

Feb 14 2013

Stem Cell Facelift: A testimonial

Thursday, February 14th, 2013

Another excerpt from our series of videos about the Stem Cell Facelift. In this video, Linda discusses her Stem Cell Facelift during a follow up office visit, 2 weeks after the procedure.

Jan 23 2013

Another look at Sculptra

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

Recently I was reminded of the online journal of a patient who came to me for Sculptra, not too long after it was FDA approved (I was asked to participate in the FDA trials). Mariannes’ Scuptra Journal provides an insightful look into the procedure, as well as many pictures of her treatment. It’s a “must read” for anyone considering Sculptra. Here’s the link: http://www.yestheyrefake.net/journals/marianne_sculptra.htm  

Dec 6 2012

Stem Cell Facelift: A Testimonial

Thursday, December 6th, 2012

I recently performed several stem cell facelifts in my office, which we videotaped. Below is a short clip of Linda, who discusses results, and what to expect following the procedure. She was interviewed during her 2 week follow up visit.

Oct 15 2012

The Aging Face. Part 1 of a Video Series

Monday, October 15th, 2012

I recently recorded a series of 3-5 minute videos about how we age, and the therapies offered to counteract the effects of aging. This first video is an introduction and discusses beauty, how we perceive beauty, and how we age.

Aug 10 2012

PRP…A Testimonial

Friday, August 10th, 2012

Recently, a colleague emailed me this story. Hello Gail, About 2 years ago, while working her way through college and playing soccer, a woman injured her left ankle. It swelled from what she was told, was “bursitis.” After her doctor gave her a cortisone injection the muscle and skin atrophied (an unwanted side effect) to the point that she was embarrassed to wear a dress. Read More …

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