ASPEN CENTER FOR COSMETIC MEDICINE & DERMATOLOGY is Aspen’s premiere doctor’s office dedicated to personalized dermatological and cosmetic procedures and total skin care.
Dr. Ron Razzore and Dr. Katha Rossein met at New York Medical College and have been partners in their medical practice for nearly 40 years. Over the course of their careers, they have practiced emergency medicine, family medicine, cosmetic medicine and dermatology.
Dr. Razzore and Dr. Rossein enjoyed the training they pursued to offer the most comprehensive and updated approach to the changing field of cosmetic medicine. Additionally, because of the doctors’ many years of treating dermatologic problems in their family practice, at Aspen Center for Cosmetic Medicine they’re able to provide medical care for a range of skin disorders, such as acne and rosacea, along with services such as skin cancer screenings.
The enthusiasm and dedication that Dr. Razzore and Dr. Rossein show toward each of their patients makes Aspen Center for Cosmetic Medicine unique. The doctors perform all the procedures themselves and spend extensive time with each patient at every visit.
We invite you to schedule an appointment for a free cosmetic consultation with Dr. Razzore and Dr. Rossein.
Before training as a physician, Dr. Rossein studied painting and printmaking at New York University. She believes medicine and art are intimately connected and is passionate about both.
To view Dr. Rossein’s artwork, please visit: katharosseinart.com
We look forward to welcoming Dr. Brooke Walls to our practice in September 2018
Dr. Brooke Walls is a board-certified dermatologist with a special interest in treating skin cancer both medically and surgically. A Colorado native, she received her medical training from Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed her traditional rotating internship as well as her dermatology residency in Tampa, Florida, through Nova Southeastern University and Largo Medical Center.
During her time in Florida, Dr. Walls spent a year between her internship and residency working at Moffitt Cancer Center in the epidemiology and cutaneous oncology departments researching rare skin cancers such as melanoma and Merkel cell carcinoma. Upon completion of residency, she was accepted into a fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Dana Farber Cancer Institute and Harvard health care system, to further study and treat patients with very rare and high-risk skin cancers. She has extensive training in the treatment of rare skin cancers such as melanoma, Merkel cell carcinoma, cutaneous T-cell lymphoma, high risk non-melanoma skin cancers and skin toxicities from chemotherapy and systemic medications. She also has extensive training in Mohs micrographic surgery for the treatment of non-melanoma skin cancers.
While Dr. Walls has a special interest in skin cancer, she enjoys all aspects of dermatology care and treats both adults and children. She received extensive training in cosmetic procedures including Botox, fillers and lasers as well.