Are you unhappy with lines and wrinkles on your forehead or around your eyes and mouth?
Have you lost volume in your cheeks or along your jaw?
Would you like to have more full and robust lips or facial features?
Do you have a “gummy” smile?
We have proven procedures to help with that!
We offer an FDA approved American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE) solutions for all skin types and ages.
As our skin begins to lose collagen, we can see it start to sag or crepe. That’s where dermal fillers and Botox come in to help with fine lines and wrinkles.
Dr. Elliot is certified with American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE). He also highly educated in facial anatomy and physiology earning a master’s degree in Medical Physiology (MMP). This far exceeds the training and education of estheticians offering the same services.
We use Hyaluronic Acid fillers to add volume back into certain areas of the face. The most popular use of these fillers is lip injections, oral commisures, and Marinette lines.
Once injected the hyaluronic acid will absorb water and cause the body to produce collagen.
Our focus is to have a natural looking result. That being said as time goes on the volumized area will look more and more natural. The results can last 6-12 months and sometimes longer than that.
Many factors can lead to clenching and grinding. These issues can cause headaches/migraines in the temple and forehead and even cause neck and shoulder pain. Dr. Elliot Humiston personally suffered from these issues for many years and sought out a solution. He has now treated dozens of patients resulting in a reduction or complete elimination of symptoms.
Botox and Xeomin are safe injectables that effectively block some (but not all) of the nerve impulses to the facial muscles. Two of the major muscles in biting down are the masseter and temporalis. They contract with forces that far exceed our need to chew. When these muscles over contract or spasm the results can be pain in the muscles, the teeth, and referred pain to other areas of the face, head and neck.
Injections into the masseter and temporalis slow down these contractions and alleviate pain. Many patients wake up the day after their injections with a significant reduction in symptoms. This treatment results in an improvement in quality of life.