Dr. Torok specializes in cne, atopic dermatitis, botulinum toxin, cosmetic dermatology and has particular expertise in dermal fillers, eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, skin cancer,

About Dr. Helen Mary Torok, MD

Dr. Helen Torok is a board-certified Dermatologist providing care to patients in Medina, Ohio at Trillium Creek.

Dr. Torok is the Medical Director for the Dermatology & Surgery Center at Trillium Creek. Dr. Torok, a nationally noted dermatologist, has been practicing medicine for over twenty-five years. She is considered an expert both in medical and cosmetic Dermatology, earning an excellent reputation in her specialty: diagnosing and treating disorders of the skin, hair, and nails. She is also known for her expertise in lip enhancement, providing full, gorgeous lips to the delight of her cosmetic patients.

Dr. Torok leads the Trillium Creek medical staff in treating patients using state-of-the-art technology. As experts in research and patient education, our staff is knowledgeable in the exciting breakthroughs in skin care and repair that can improve the health and appearance of your skin.


Dr. Torok earned her Doctorate at Ohio State University and completed her residency in Dermatology at Case Western Reserve University. She has authored numerous articles in skin disorders and has been published in many respected medical journals.

Tips & Wisdom From Dr. Helen Mary Torok, MD

Good Results with Juvederm®

Juvéderm™ is a dermal filler advance from Allergan, Inc., the makers of Botox® cosmetic. Juvéderm™ is a "next generation" smooth gel non-animal dermal filler th...

Botox® for Wrinkles

Botox® is a leading treatment for erasing and softening wrinkles and frown lines. Botox® can be used to effectively improve the appearance of wrinkles and expression lines in a matter of ...

Radiesse For Wrinkle Treatment

Radiesse® is a long-lasting injectable filler used to smooth wrinkles and defects in the skin. It is the first calcium hydroxyapatite injectable implant used for soft tissue augmentation. Rad...

Contact Dermatitis

A wide range of substances can trigger contact dermatitis, including: Plants such as poison ivy, poison oak and poison sumac Metals, particularly nickel and chromate found in earri...

Rosacea Explained

Rosacea is an inflammation of the middle of the face that causes symptoms similar to acne. There are pimples, pustules and cysts, but there are no blackheads or whiteheads. “This is what di...