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When it comes to your skin, you expect the very best. We are committed to bringing the highest quality in patient care to ensure you enjoy total skin health.
Our team is led by Dr. Margo Weishar, who was selected by New Beauty magazine as a top Aesthetic Dermatologist in Montgomery and Bucks Country. She was voted by her peers to Castle Connolly's Top Doctors and serves as Luminary and Trainer for Cutera Lasers. As a top Expert Injector, she personally performs all cosmetic injections. Dr. Weishar has been interviewed in national magazines and on local TV shows on NBC and ABC.
Dr. Weishar continually seeks to enhance her scientific understanding of the aging process to provide her patients with the most effective treatments available today. As a result, many of Dr. Weishar's patients report that they look MORE youthful today than when they started treatment, sometimes over a decade ago!Learn More
We are a comprehensive dermatology practice with a cosmetic and medical team under one roof. From our experts dermatologists to our star aestheticians, we have all of your skin needs covered.Learn More
Springhouse Dermatology is thrilled to present our signature line of skincare products. Our New Visions products are carefully curated medical and cosmetic products meant to work as an integrated approach to health and beauty of your skin. Our team can help you choose the right combination of products to ensure your skin stays healthy and beautiful now and forever.Shop Now
Give your skin a fresh start and new glow this fall season.Learn More
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We are proud to announce that Dr. Weishar has been included in Philadelphia magazine Top Doctors™ 2020
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Additionally, the oxidative stress our skin undergoes due to increased exposure to blue light can lead to skin discoloration and hyperpigmentation, according to Margo Weishar, founder of and dermatologist at Springhouse Derm.View our latest media!
According to Philadelphia Magazine, electronic devices emit blue light that has a short wavelength from their screens. This could cause oxidative stress in the skin, which in turn leads to damaged DNA and premature ageing. "Additionally, the oxidative stress our skin undergoes due to increased exposure to blue light can lead to skin discoloration and hyperpigmentation, according to Margo Weishar, founder of and dermatologist at Springhouse Derm."View our latest media!