Tula Medical Aesthetics
I have a true passion for aesthetics, because confidence in one’s appearance is beneficial to overall happiness. As an injector, I ascribe to a less is more ethos, preferring a more natural look than some in my field. Let’s face it: too much work can be counter-productive. The modern eye is now used to identify injectables; the “over-done” look is outdated.
My years of experience working for some of the best plastic surgeons in the country have taught me that not all wrinkles are the enemy; a naturally refreshed appearance is exponentially more appealing than an unnatural one. And it takes a keen eye, a deft hand, and an honest approach, to achieve it. I believe communication and honesty are essential elements to a healthy provider-patient relationship. I will always speak truth to bad work and will never encourage an unnecessary service.
As a medical professional who concentrates on improving one’s physical appearance, I understand that it is the emotional uplift that my work provides which is the ultimate product. My patients often tell me how good they feel, as well as how great they look. That is the highest compliment for someone in my field.
Tula Caputto, PA-C.
Tula is a certified physician assistant (PA-C) with over 15 years of experience in aesthetics. A Colorado native, Tula attended Cherry Creek High School and earned her undergraduate degree in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology at the University of Colorado at Boulder. She graduated from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center with a Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies in 2004.
Tula began her career as a PA in general/cosmetic dermatology with Brent Sigler, MD, at Skyridge Medical Center. After moving to Chicago in 2006, she worked as a PA under renowned plastic surgeon John Cook, MD, (U.S. News Top Doctor, Best Doctors in America, Real Self Top Doctor), where she began to focus her career on pre and post-operative care, becoming an expert at laser treatments and injectables. After 5 years with Dr. Cook, Tula returned home to Denver in 2011 and has been working in plastic surgery ever since, focusing on aesthetic procedures. She now resides in Denver with her husband, Sebastian, and their three children: Salvador, AnaMaria, and Luca.
Dr. Stephen Goldstein, MD.
Without so much as a wrinkle, in 1985, Dr. Stephen A. Goldstein M.D., F.A.C.S. moved to Denver and established a private practice specializing in plastic, reconstructive and cosmetic surgery. Dr. Goldstein is a fellow of the American College for Surgeons and is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He has written academic articles in the field of plastic and cosmetic surgery and was a Clinical Instructor at the University of Colorado Department of Plastic Surgery. Additionally, he is an active member of numerous professional societies including the highly esteemed (ASAPS) American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
In keeping up with advances in different areas of medicine, in 1999 Dr. Goldstein began to focus on Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Therapy (BHRT) realizing the exciting power it can have on the human body repairing it on the cellular level. As we age, our hormone levels decline. When they are out of balance, the entire body is effected negatively making us more susceptible to illness and even chronic diseases including cancer. Based on the belief that no man or woman of any age should have to suffer needlessly at the hands of hormone balances, Dr. Goldstein went on to found Denver Hormone Health. Every Doctor should care so much.