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We are grateful that because of the collective efforts in our communities, we will soon be able to gradually re-open our offices as of May 4, 2020.  However, to preserve the safety of our patients and team members, we will operate at a reduced capacity so that we can maintain a modified level of social distancing.  Please read about our continued social distancing efforts here: COVID-19 Updates for Patients.  In addition to limited in-office visits, our team is dedicated to continuing to provide Personalized Care Access Options, and we are pleased to continue serving patients through CCD Virtual Visits, Telephone Check-Ins, and Urgent In-Office Visits for high-acuity and essential needs (subject to our Wellness Screen).  We are here for you and committed to addressing your skin concerns while doing our part to preserve the well-being of our larger community.  Thank you for your understanding, and we wish you and your loved ones peace and good health.  


At Colorado Center for Dermatology & Skin Surgery we are dedicated your skin health and providing the high-quality services for you and your loved ones. During this time of mandated sheltering-in, our office is ceasing non-urgent and non-essential in-office services until at least April 30, 2020.  However, Colorado Center for Dermatology & Skin Surgery continues to be available to care for your skin health through the following Personalized Care Access options:

CCD Virtual Visits

Meet with your preferred dermatologist to address your concerns via high-quality, secure video conference from the comfort and safety of your home.  Available to those with access to a smartphone or computer with a webcam.

Telephone Check-Ins

A telephone consultation with one of our board-certified dermatologists may best suit your needs.  Contact our office to determine whether this option is right for you. 

CCD Urgent In-Office Visits

Our clinical team will triage and evaluate urgent, essential, or high-acuity concerns and determine whether a patient needs to be treated in-office.  This option is available to patients who pass our Wellness Screen