News

May 1, 2014
On Friday, May 2, 2014, some of our cosmetic procedures and also our Oxgenetix makeup were featured on the Everyday Show, KDVR, for a segment called Lunch Hour Facelift. You can view the video at the following link: The Lunch Hour Facelift

You can find out more about the Oxgenetix breathable makeup/foundation by going to www.oxygenetix.com.


Jun 26, 2013
From Dr. Osgoode S. Philpott, Jr.:

As many of you already know, I retired on June 25, 2013. I want to thank all of you for allowing me to provide your skin care for all these years. It has been a deep honor and privilege for me to have done so. I can honestly recommended any of my colleagues at the Dermatology & Laser Center to continue your care if you desire to do so.

Yours very truly, Osgood S. Philpott Jr., MD


June 10, 2013
Recent reports have been in the news about a measles outbreak in Denver. The dermatology office mentioned in the report is NOT our office. We do want to let people know the signs and symptoms of measles, however. The symptoms of measles generally begin about 7-14 days after a person is infected, and include: Blotchy rash Fever Cough Runny nose Red, water eyes (conjunctivitis) Feeling run down, achy(malaise) Tiny white spots with bluish-white centers found inside the mouth (Koplik’s spots) A typical case of measles begins with mild to moderate fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes, and sore throat. Two or three days after symptoms begin, tiny white spots (Koplik’s spots) may appear inside the mouth. Three to five days after the start of symptoms, a red or reddish-brown rash appears. The rash usually begins on a person’s face at the hairline and spreads downward to the neck, trunk, arms, legs, and feet. When the rash appears, a person’s fever may spike to more than 104 degrees Fahrenheit. After a few days, the fever subsides and the rash fades. Because measles is so contagious, you should call your Primary Care Physician for advice BEFORE you head to their office or an emergency room.