Mon-Thurs 8:30am-4:30pm; Fri 8:30am-1:00pm
1259 Lake Plaza Drive, #270 Colorado Springs

Susan Schroeder, MD
Diplomate of the American Board of
Medical, Surgical and Cosmetic

Becoming older
is inevitable.
Aging, however,
is optional.

At Perfect Skin Dermatology, we create an aesthetic partnership with each patient.  To transcend and elevate traditional skin care to an art form is our goal.  Although we offer and excel in all aspects of Dermatology, we are known for exceptional face/body beautification and restoration.  Our close-knit, motivated and dedicated staff work to address your individual concerns and make your results a priority.  We provide a spectrum of treatment options for patients to look and feel their best.


Your skin is just as individual as you are, and it reflects your lifestyle, eating habits, health, and genetics. As specific as it is to you, it needs personalized care, evaluation, and management.

When you visit Perfect Skin, Dr. Schroeder will evaluate your skin’s appearance and health and talk to you about any concerns you might have. With your help, she will develop a treatment plan specific to you and no one else.


Cosmetic dermatology continues to evolve at a rapid pace. The right interventions can boost your confidence, appearance, and self-esteem.

With so many options, patients need an expert guiding them when deciding upon the expanding available procedures. We work individually with each of our patients to plan an approach that best delivers desired results.
Dr. Schroeder’s approach is not to make a patient look 20 years younger or change their appearance drastically. Rather, she looks to enhance the unique beauty of the individual.
Dr. Schroeder is fellowship-trained in Cosmetic and Surgical Dermatology and has had over 15 years of clinical experience. At the University of Colorado School of Medicine Anschutz Medical Campus, she has been the primary instructor for Dermatologic residents during their Cosmetic Dermatology.


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“Beautiful young people are accidents of nature, but beautiful old people are works of art.”

Eleanor Roosevelt