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Dermatology in Avon and Eagle

Call (970) 363-5430 to schedule a telehealth or in-person dermatology appointment in Avon or Eagle.

Dermatologists Dr. Clare FossDr. Kelly Williams and Sarah Youngblood, PA focus on diagnosing and treating disorders of skin, including hair and nails. Skin is not only the largest organ, but it is also a window into your body’s overall health. We understand how the skin and immune system intersect, and treat common conditions such as acne, skin cancer, and psoriasis.

Our practice at Colorado Mountain Medical covers all aspects of dermatology.

A Wrinkle in Mountain Living: Botox & Fillers

If you’re unhappy with fine lines or wrinkles, talk to your dermatologist about Botox and fillers. Colorado Mountain Medical’s board-certified dermatologists can determine which option is right for you. Just because mountain life makes you happy doesn’t mean you need the smile lines to show it.

Hello Spring, Goodbye Wrinkles: 30% Off Dermatology

Colorado Mountain Medical is excited to share that the dermatology team is offering a 30% OFF promotion that includes:

• Cosmetic consultation with a skincare expert
• Botox and fillers
• All in-stock Elta MD products 

This offer is valid March 29 – April 12, 2023, while supplies last and as long as appointments are available. Cosmetic dermatology addresses fine lines and wrinkles. Schedule a consultation to determine which option is right for you.

Sun Protection Tips

Living in the mountains is fun. What it does to your skin isn’t. Did you know, when at high altitude, it only takes 15 minutes for your skin to be damaged when exposed to the sun? Don't let those desired tans fool you, since getting a tan only means your skin is crying for help! Below are the best ways to protect yourself from the sun.
Sunblock is mineral based and sunscreen is chemical based; both protect the skin from the sun in different ways. Sunblock protects from UV rays by forming a physical shield with minerals such as zinc oxide or titanium oxide while sunscreen contains chemicals which absorb the UV rays instead of your skin. It is important to be using either a sunblock or sunscreen that is at least 30 SPF or greater. It is best if the sunblock or sunscreen denotes that it has broad-spectrum protection and is water resistant. Sunblock is better for sensitive skin. 
Everyone should find lip balm that protects from the sun with 30 SPF or greater.
SPF sun shirts are a great way for kids and adults to not worry as much about reapplying sun protecting lotions, however be mindful of covering all exposed skin with sunblock or sunscreen.
Protect your eyes and scalp. Ideally, everyone should wear a full-brim hat since Colorado Mountain Medical dermatologists find many skin cancers on patients' scalps and the top of their ears. 
Sunblock, sunscreen and lip balm can only last so long, no matter the SPF. You need to reapply every 2 hours, every time you come out of the water and towel off, or every 40 to 80 minutes if sweating or swimming.
Relax in the shade or under an umbrella during the sun's strongest hours between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Your face, ears and scalp are the most common areas where dermatologists see skin cancer, as well as the less thought of places like the top of your hands.

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