Lindsay Boyers, MD
About Lindsay Boyers
Dr. Lindsay Boyers received exposure to the field of medicine at a young age. Her mother was a registered nurse and her father and grandfather were ENT (Ear, Nose & Throat) physicians together in Las Vegas, Nev., where they served entertainers and the community for decades. She is very proud to continue their legacy.
In addition to growing up in Las Vegas, Dr. Boyers has lived in various cities throughout the United States. She attended the University of California – Santa Barbara for her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication, then earned her Doctorate of Medicine at Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. She relocated to Connecticut for her Internal Medicine internship at Yale University then completed her residency training at the University of Colorado.
Dr. Boyers chose dermatology as her specialty because she loves the multifaceted components of this field, including clinical medicine, surgery, cosmetics, and histopathology (the study of changes in tissues caused by disease). She enjoys helping a diverse range of patients understand their body, especially their skin.
“Our skin is often a window into processes that we cannot see,” she explains. “Working with patients to understand what is going on with their body and empower them with knowledge and access to treatments that benefit their lives is rewarding for me.”
Her philosophy of care is to treat her patients with the same quality as she would her own family.
In her free time, Dr. Boyers enjoys spending time with her family. She is an avid painter and works with oil and acrylic mediums. She also loves to travel and has volunteered around the world for various outreach and service programs.
After years of relocating for her education and training, Dr. Boyers is thrilled to make her home in Boulder County and enjoy all that this community has to offer.
As a board-certified dermatologist, Lindsay Boyers, MD, practices a full spectrum of dermatology for all ages including:
- General dermatology
- Pediatric dermatology
- Dermatology surgery
- Cosmetic dermatology
A partial list of conditions that Dr. Boyers evaluates and treats:
- Blistering disorders
- Connective tissue disease
- Cutaneous lymphoma
- Discoloring of the skin / uneven skin tone
- Eczema / atopic dermatitis
- Excessive sweating
- Hair / scalp disorders
- Lupus of the skin
- Moles and non-cancerous growths
- Nail disorders
- Pigmented lesions
- Rare skin conditions
- Rashes / hives
- Scars / keloids
- Sexually transmitted diseases
- Skin cancer
- Skin infections
- Skin infestations
- Vulvar diseases
Dr. Boyers performs dermatology procedures that include:
- Halo™ and Broadband Light™ (BBL) Laser Treatments
- Neurotoxin injections (wrinkle relaxing)
- Skin cancer surgery
- Skin surgery (general)
Education and Certifications
Residency — University of Colorado
Dermatology & Cutaneous Oncology
Residency — Yale-Waterbury Internal Medicine Residency
Medical School — Georgetown University School of Medicine
Doctorate of Medicine
Undergraduate — University of California Santa Barbara
Bachelor of Arts with Honors - Communication | magna cum laude | Phi Beta Kappa society
Santa Barbara, CA
Board Certification — American Academy of Dermatology
Women’s Dermatologic Society 2017-present
American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) 2016-present
American Medical Association (AMA) 2015-present
Recent Lindsay Boyers Posts
Board-certified dermatologist, Lindsay Boyers, MD, shares tips and to help prevent and treat mask-related skin concerns.
Handwashing is critical to the effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. However, the increased frequency of washing our hands can leave skin dry, cracked, peeling ,and even painful!
“My first visit with Dr. Boyers. Recommended by my primary care physician. She was wonderful. Extremely professional, caring, explained issues and procedures and noted all possible issues. Handled my "spots" and removed a small growth on my nose after explaining all the options. Procedure was quick and painless. Healing seems very fast and with out any issues.”Eugene in Boulder County