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After finishing her undergraduate degree at Yale University, Dr. Weishar attended the University of Pennsylvania Medical School. She then completed a residency in Internal Medicine at Tufts and then a second residency in Dermatology at Weill Cornell Medicine. She achieved the rank of Clinical Associate Professor at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Weishar has spent the majority of her career delving deeper into the science behind the aging process of the skin. As a cosmetic dermatologist, she has spent years restoring, rejuvenating, and enhancing her patients’ appearance through various non-surgical procedures. Her drive and ambition combined with her education and expertise have allowed her to become an award-winning, internationally recognized dermatologist.
Most recently, Dr. Weishar won Philadelphia Magazine’s Top Doctor Award for the third year in a row. For this award, she was nominated by her medical peers before having her education, professional experiences, and expertise screened for the selection process. This competitive award is among the most prestigious a dermatologist can receive. Dr. Weishar has also been honored by her peers as a Castle Connolly Top Doctor since 2013. In addition to the above, Dr. Weishar is a top 3% ExpertInjector and Luminary, as well as a trainer for Cutera Lasers. She has been recognized as an expert in aesthetic dermatology by Castle Connolly, Charlotte’s Book, and New Beauty. She researches and uses the best and most innovative technologies in non-invasive skin rejuvenation from InstaLift, PICO Genesis, and various other leading companies to help her patients look and feel their best, no matter what their age.
At Springhouse Dermatology, Dr. Weishar uses non-invasive treatment options to reduce the appearance of wrinkles, improve skin tone and texture, and help patients achieve more youthful-looking skin. She ensures that her entire team receives the best training for every single treatment they provide, as well as all the devices they use. Furthermore, she works closely with patients to understand their needs and creates personalized treatment plans designed to offer them the most natural results possible. In 2018, Springhouse Dermatology opened a new location for which Dr. Weishar personally oversaw the buildout to ensure that the clinic was perfectly suited for dermatology and cosmetic treatments. This new boutique-style clinic’s primary goal is to offer patients exemplary care in a timely manner.
Dr. Weishar’s passion for the skin does not stop at Springhouse Dermatology. In addition to being an award-winning dermatologist, Dr. Weishar writes a blog for the Huffington Post where she shares her knowledge and experience as well as some of the latest news from the dermatology industry. She also acts as a monthly commentator on CN8 Your Morning and has been featured on:
Dr. Weishar believes in sharing her medical knowledge with people in need by helping her surrounding communities, as well as those afar. She recently led a hike with the help of her team in Upper Dublin, Pennsylvania, to raise awareness and funds for skin cancer prevention and early detection services and programs. The hike raised $10,000, all of which was donated to further support research into skin cancer. This campaign was created by the American Academy of Dermatology (ADD) and Skin Cancer Take a Hike, who congratulated Springhouse Dermatology for raising the most money of any local team.
Moreover, in May 2013, Dr. Weishar went to Kenya to treat patients at the Baraka Health Clinic through the NGO ME to We. Many of the patients at the clinic suffered from conditions that are the primary results of the living conditions in rural Kenya and tribal lifestyle. Some of the most common conditions she saw during her time there were river blindness, black fly bites, and elephantiasis. Due to the remoteness of the location, Dr. Weishar and the team of volunteers relied on textbooks and each other’s expert knowledge to diagnose and treat patients.