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Comprehensive Adult and Pediatric Medical Dermatology in Denver

Denver Dermatology Center can help you or your child resolve a host of common dermatological problems, including blistering skin conditions, contact dermatitis, dandruff and psoriasis, genital rashes and lesions, hair and nail disorders, disorders of pigmentation, warts, and more.

Blistering Skin Conditions

If you are experiencing unexplained blisters, it is important to schedule an appointment with a board-certified dermatologist to accurately diagnose the condition. A skin biopsy may be required.

Irritant/Contact Dermatitis

Red, itchy skin may be irritant/contact dermatitis, an extremely common condition caused from direct contact with an irritating or allergenic substance.


An appointment at Denver Dermatology Center will help you identify the type of dandruff you have and which medications you should use to provide safe, effective relief.

Genital Rashes and Lesions

Genital rashes and lesions can cause considerable pain, emotional distress, and embarrassment for many people. If you are experiencing a rash or sore on your genital area, it is important to schedule an appointment for immediate diagnosis and treatment. Left untreated, many genital rashes or lesions can worsen, spread, or infect others.

We understand the courage required to schedule an appointment and the vulnerability experienced during an examination. As a result, we treat our patients with compassion and sensitivity, thoroughly explaining the diagnosis and options for treatment.

Disorders in Pigmentation

Disorders of pigmentation affect the color of your skin, causing it to become lighter or darker in patches or over the entire body. Causes for irregularities in pigmentation include sun exposure, hormonal fluctuations, autoimmune disorders, injuries, genetics, and others.


Warts are perhaps the most common adult and pediatric skin infection treated by dermatologists. Caused by a virus, warts come in many shapes and sizes, and they can appear on all parts of the body. Left untreated, they may resolve on their own, change in appearance, or spread to other parts of the body. Some warts may be linked with cancer.