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Meet Gail Humble, M.D.

Dr. Humble brings a commitment to perform the art and science of aesthetic medicine. While having a background in traditional plastic surgery, she now concentrates exclusively on non surgical procedures. Her office was one of the first cosmetic injection based practices.

Since then, she is constantly striving to provide her patients with the best, and latest procedures to enhance, mold, shape, and improve the face and body. She is dedicated to helping you look and feel better about yourself through a variety of medically directed procedures in a nurturing and relaxing environment... Learn More

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Featured Procedures

Dr. Humble can help you rejuvenate and enhance your appearance through non-invasive and non-surgical methods. She is proud to offer the most advanced treatments available today, including:

Silhouette InstaLift: This procedure has been used by Europeans for years to provide a noticeable, yet natural lift, across the midface and jowls. While it produces results similar to a facelift, it is a non-surgical treatment that requires little downtime afterwards.

Platelet Rich Plasma: A unique procedure that utilizes plasma obtained from your blood, PRP can rejuvenate your appearance and correct specific areas of concern. Dr. Humble is an expert in administering “Vampire Facelifts” and is well known for the incredible results she produces.

ThermiRF: This treatment is designed to combat the loss of volume and elasticity in the skin as a result of the aging process. Through the use of radiofrequency energy, the production of collagen in stimulated, resulting in an increase in volume and gentle lift to sagging or loose skin.

Nova Thread: Nova threads are a synthetic absorbable suture composed of polydioxanone. PDO sutures have been used in the human body for decades. These threads fully absorb the sutures within 4 to 6 weeks. Utilizing a selective inflammatory response new collagen is formed. There are two types of procedures with PDO threads.

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