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Dermatology at Boulder Medical Center

Board-certified dermatologists deliver complete skin, hair, and nail care for adults and children

Please call to schedule an appointment: 303-440-3013

Latest Dermatology News
Halo™ and Broadband Light™ (BBL) Laser Treatments Now Available

BBL-Logo-smallHalo_Logo_smallThe Boulder Medical Center dermatology team now offers the latest laser technology to address skin concerns ranging from anti-aging to redness and brown spots. Fall and winter are optimal times to treat yourself to a laser treatment.

  • Schedule a consultation now, as slots are limited. Call (303) 440-3013 Option 3.
  • Click Here to learn more about Halo and BBL Laser Treatments

The Boulder Medical Center dermatology specialists offer comprehensive medical and surgical care for all skin conditions. Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Adult dermatology
  • Pediatric dermatology
  • Skin cancer screenings
  • Acne care
  • Hidradenitis suppurativa
  • Psoriasis
  • Atopic dermatitis
  • Treatment of skin cancers and removal of benign skin growths
  • Cosmetic dermatology (Botulinum toxin, fillers, and more)
  • Halo™ and Broadband Light™ (BBL) laser treatments
  • Surgical dermatology
  • Teledermatology


Medical Providers for Dermatology

Recent Dermatology Posts

Board-certified dermatologist Jenna Peart, M.D. shares her simple daily routine for protecting skin and fighting aging. “A healthy skin care routine can be simpler than you might think,” she says.

Boulder Medical Center Dermatology now offers Halo™ and Broadband Light™ (BBL) Laser treatments. This latest, state-of-the-art laser technology is always…

Living in beautiful, sunny Boulder County exposes us to approximately 25 percent more ultraviolet radiation when compared with sea level. Check this dermatologist’s view about sun risk in Boulder County, skin protection tips, and her favorite sunscreens for your body and face.

UV radiation is the main cause of skin cancer and also causes sunburn and eye damage. Learn when, where and how to protect yourself from harmful sun rays.

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