Dermatology Specialists offers a full array of dermatological services to help you maintain healthy skin. You can read more on this page about specific services. Select from the drop down menus above to view a service.
We are leaders in the field of cosmetic dermatology. Dr. Allen, the founder of Dermatology Specialists, is considered a Key Opinion Leader (KOL) in the aesthetic world. He serves as an advisor and consultant to many of the top major cosmetic companies around the world. We are also the only practice offering hair transplant services in Boulder County using Neograft. We provide the most advanced and safest technology for cosmetic treatments, including over 13 different lasers to provide a full spectrum of surgical and cosmetic skin care needs. Whether you are looking to melt that unwanted stubborn fat away, rejuvenate your vaginal health, restore your receding hair line, or erase a wrinkle, Dermatology Specialists has you covered with state of the art treatments.
We specialize in offering the highest level of medical dermatology. Our board certified providers focus on the full spectrum of skin care. From acne to skin cancer, we will tailor a care plan to successfully treat all of your skin care needs.
Mohs Surgery in Boulder, CO AND WESTMINSTER, CO
Mohs micrographic surgery is a specialized, highly effective technique for the removal of skin cancer. The procedure was developed in the 1930's by Dr. Frederic Mohs and is now practiced throughout the world. Mohs surgery differs from other skin cancer treatments in that it permits the immediate and complete microscopic examination of the removed cancerous tissue, so that all roots and extensions of the cancer can be eliminated.
Due to the methodical manner in which tissue is removed and examined, Mohs surgery is recognized as the skin cancer treatment with the highest cure rate of any treatment available, 99%. This procedure, utilizing the most exact and precise method of cancer removal, minimizes the chance of re-growth and lessens the potential for scarring with skin cancer surgery. For most new skin cancers the cure rate is 99%. While the success rate in treating a recurrent skin cancer (previously treated cancer) by conventional means is often as low as 50-80%.
The success rate for Mohs surgery in treating recurrent skin cancers remains high at 95-98%.