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Dermatology at Boulder Medical Center

Treatment for skin, hair, and nail disorders in adults and children.

Virtual Visits Now Available


To schedule an appointment with a dermatology provider, please call 303-440-3013


*** COVID-19 Updates

  • Virtual Visits Now Available
    • Boulder Medical Center’s new telemedicine program enables patients to receive a wide range of healthcare services from their providers without having to travel to a BMC clinic.
    • Click Here to learn more about Virtual Visits
    • Call the Dermatology Department to see if a virtual visit is right for you.
  • New Department Hours
    • Please note our temporary hours during the COVID-19 outbreak
    • Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to noon and to 4:00 p.m.

About Dermatology at Boulder Medical Center

The Dermatology Department at Boulder Medical Center diagnoses and treats skin, hair, and nail disorders in adults and children. Evaluation and removal of moles, skin cancers, and other growths can be accomplished on the initial visit. We also provide a wide range of cosmetic services including varicose vein diagnosis and treatment, skin aging strategies, chemical peels to decrease brown spots, scars and acne, laser hair removal, Botox treatments, and more. Learn more about our team and see our list of services below.

Cosmetic Services

Obagi: Superior Vitamin C-based skin care line available only in physician offices. Recommended for antioxidant treatment for aging skin. Options include skin lightening cream, cleanser, moisturizer, sunscreen, and vitamin C serum.

Sclerotherapy and Ambulatory Phlebectomy: Injections of spider veins and varicose veins of the legs, or in-office removal of large varicosities.

Chemical Peels: Glycolic, Jessner’s, and TCA peels of different strengths to decrease brown spots, wrinkles, scars, and acne.

DiamondTome: A painless resurfacing technique removing the top dead layer of skin, leaving it soft and vibrant. It gently exfoliates using diamond tips while vacuuming the dead skin cells away in a sterile and controlled manner. Useful for acne, clogged pores, rough skin, and fine wrinkles or scars.

Candela Laser Hair Removal: This procedure delivers permanent reduction of unwanted hair with usually 3-6 treatments over 1-2 years. not effective on red, grey, white, or blonde hair. Click here for additional information.

Botox: An injection of a purified protein that temporarily paralyzes selected overactive muscles that cause wrinkles. Very useful for the forehead, between and around the eyes. Also can be used for hyperhidrosis (excess sweating). Click here for additional information.

Intense Pulsed Light A fluorescent pulsed light reduces redness, blood vessels, hyperpigmentation, and age spots. Most effective with a series of three treatments approx. 2-4 weeks apart.

Fat Transplant: Removal of fat, usually from the abdomen or buttocks, and injection into facial scars, wrinkles, or sagging skin.

Injectable Fillers: Click on the filler below for additional information.

  • Restylane and Perlane – Lasts approx. 6-12 months
  • Zyplast – Lasts approx. 3-6 months
  • Radiesse – Lasts approx. 1-3 years
  • Sculptra – Larger volume, Lasts 2-3 years
  • Juvederm / Juvederm Ultra / Juvederm Ultra Plus – lasts up to 1 year

CO2 Laser: Intensive skin resurfacing for facial wrinkles and scars.

Fraxel: New approach to skin resurfacing. A nonablative laser used to treat pigmentation problems, scar, and wrinkles. Most effective with 2-5 treatments. Click here for additional information.

Latisse: treatment for hypotrichosis used to grow eyelashes, making them longer, thicker and darker. Click here for additional information.

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Medical Providers for Dermatology

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