Looking for dermatologists in Loveland that offer quality services? Front Range Dermatology Associates is proud to serve Loveland, Colorado and the surrounding Northern Colorado areas with exceptional care for all your dermatology needs. We provide skin care for babies all the way to senior citizens and every age in between. We are located inside the Banner Clinic across the street from the post office.

Services at Our Loveland Location

At our dermatology office, our skin care specialists provide comprehensive care from treating the most common skin, hair, and nail conditions to performing surgical dermatology procedures. A few of the common skin issues we treat include, but are not limited to, acne, birthmarks, cysts, eczema, fungal infections, mole evaluations, and skin cancer. If you’ve been battling any of these or other issues, we’d love for you to come and see us.  We can also address your concerns with hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, microneedling, and other cosmetic dermatology.

Our Dermatologists

Our dermatology providers serving this location are Dr. Hoover and Nicole Bielecki.

Dr. Hoover is a dual board-certified dermatologist and dermatopathologist. He strives to provide evidence-based and effective treatments combined with compassionate and patient-focused care. With extensive experience and skill, Dr. Hoover is able to give both accurate and prompt diagnoses for his patients.


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1825 E 18th St, Unit C
Loveland, CO 80538

Our Loveland office is conveniently located at 1825 E 18th St, Unit C, Loveland, CO 80538. Dr. Hoover and Nicole Bielecki, PA-C, proudly offer limited dermatology office hours to patients in Loveland, CO and those located within the surrounding communities of Johnstown, Berthoud, Milliken, Mead and beyond.

3 Reasons to See a Dermatologist 

Skin is one of the most important parts of your body. It is the first line of defense against the elements and pollutants in the air and often takes a beating from the wear and tear of everyday life. But many people often overlook their skin instead of giving it the medical attention it deserves. Dermatologists are doctors dedicated to all things skin-related. These skilled professionals work with their patients on a variety of issues to build personalized treatment plans for healthy, beautiful skin.

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Here are three common reasons to see a dermatologist in Loveland.


Acne is the most common reason people visit their dermatologist. Many people experience acne as a teenager, but it can be difficult and embarrassing if the condition continues into adulthood. Acne looks different for everyone and can include skin blemishes like pimples, blackheads, whiteheads, or cysts. Acne can occur all over the skin, not just on the face. A dermatologist will examine your acne and take into consideration your skin type, health history, lifestyle, and other factors to create a personalized treatment plan. Doctors have access to topical and oral prescription products that are stronger than what is available over the counter. A dermatologist may even recommend and be able to perform laser therapy to remove acne and clear the skin. Acne treatments often require multiple visits to the dermatologists to follow up and examine progress.

Dermatologists can also help with acne scarring, which often occurs in people who had acne when they were younger. Scarring can lead to pitting and an uneven skin texture and coloring. A dermatologist can perform laser therapy or prescribe creams or ointments that can even the skin tone and lessen the appearance of acne scars.

Dry, Itchy Skin

Redness or dry patches of skin can be caused by a number of conditions, all of which can be treated by a dermatologist. If you have experienced inflammation or itchiness, a dermatologist can determine the cause and recommend a treatment plan. One of the most common conditions is eczema, which leads to skin inflammation and uncomfortable redness and itching. Eczema can flare up all over the body and be incredibly uncomfortable. There are a number of potential treatments for eczema, including oral pills and topical creams. A dermatologist can also recommend lifestyle changes to lessen the impact of eczema, such as changes to diet or updates to your skincare routine.

Other conditions that can lead to dry, itchy skin include psoriasis, which is caused by an overabundance of skin cells that create patches of dry, scaly skin. A dermatologist can diagnose psoriasis by examining skin cells under the microscope. Although psoriasis is a chronic condition, a dermatologist can prescribe medicines and creams to treat the symptoms and help heal the uncomfortable scaly areas. Dry and itchy skin can also be caused by rashes or stasis dermatitis. These conditions are often treated by a dermatologist-prescribed cream.

Skin Cancer

Did you know that according to skincancer.org, 1 out of 5 people will have gotten some form of skin cancer by age 70? Skin cancer is incredibly common, which means everyone needs to be aware of the risks and examine their skin for any warning signs or changes. Skin growths or moles that change size, color, or shape can be an early sign of melanoma, the most common form of skin cancer. If you notice any changes to your skin growths or new moles, visit the dermatologist to see if they are cancerous. Dermatologists recommend getting a routine skin cancer screening once a year, especially if you have a family history of skin cancer, have a light complexion, or spend lots of time in the sun and have gotten multiple blistering sunburns.

The good news with skin cancer is that it can often be treated fairly easily if it is diagnosed early. If you’ve been diagnosed with skin cancer, the dermatologist can help you create a treatment plan. Treatment options may include the removal of cancerous moles, mohs surgery, and even radiation or chemotherapy for more advanced cases. A dermatologist will work with a team of doctors to create the best cancer treatment plan.

A dermatologist can also proactively remove suspicious moles that could become cancerous. To lessen your chances of skin cancer, avoid spending time in direct sunlight during the middle of the day, cover your skin when you’ll be outside for long periods of time, and wear a daily sunscreen.

Protect your skin from skin cancer infographic - CDC

Dermatologists are trained to meet a huge variety of skin-related issues, including signs of aging, hair loss, and skin damage. There are many reasons to see a local dermatologist and get on your way to beautiful, healthy skin.