Annette has always had a passion in the nursing profession. She studied in Denver, and then attended the Colorado State University and graduated with her Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing in 2008. She worked as a Medical Oncology Nurse at Swedish Medical Center in Denver. After several years as a Registered Nurse she decided to pursue her passion of becoming a Nurse Practitioner. She graduated from Regis University's Family Nurse Practitioner Program in 2013. Since obtaining her Nurse Practitioner degree, she has worked as a Hospitalist, Neurovascular, and Peripheral Vascular Nurse Practitioner, serving various hospitals in the Denver area.
Understanding that prevention is key in any aspect and care of life she enjoys educating her patients on prevention, and improving and maintaining healthy functional lives. She applies these same foundations to the skin care industry. While working in the acute care setting, she attended the Aesthetic Skin Institute, completing training on performing aesthectic injectables. She has since continued to add to her long list of services, all with the goal of achieving a healthy and more natural appearance, with anti-aging benefits. She believes that caring for your skin / face and preventing wrinkles / fine lines earlier will help keep everyone looking more healthy, youthful, and more confident. Annette is known for doing subtle and natural looking enhancements that bring out your best features!
What sets me completely apart from others is a skill that I learned early on in my career and continues to be a staple in my practice. The ability to listen. I spend time with my patients, to listen and truly understand what they want and what their skincare goals are. Then I create a care plan that delivers the results they want. There is no cookie cutter approach in my office. Let’s be honest, your appearance is a big deal and can affect nearly every aspect of your life. If you feel healthy, youthful, and vibrant… you also feel happy, confident, and ready to tackle any challenge that comes your way. Some of my patients get emotional when they realize that I can help them feel this way, and I love those moments.