Making Your Health First Priority


Annual skin cancer screenings are recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology.  Skin cancer affects 1 in 5 Americans.  We take the time to examine your skin from head to toe to check for skin cancer in addition to teaching our patients about their skin.



Acne is one of the most common skin conditions to affect preteens, teens and adults.  Read more about acne, treatment options and popular press quotes by our Dermatologists. 


Psoriasis is more common than we may realize.  This chronic condition is considered to be autoimmune.  It can appear as rashes anywhere on the body but tend to be most commonly found in the scalp, hands, feet, elbows and knees.  There are numerous treatment and management options for psoriasis- from topical to laser to light to oral and injectable medications. 


There are several different types of skin cancer.  Basal cell carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinoma and Melanoma are the most common skin cancers seen.  Learn more about skin cancer types, treatment options and preventative measures. 


The word eczema is best thought of as a "basket term" that just means itchy sensitive skin.  There are a number of causes of eczema such as contact dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, irritant contact dermatitis, etc.  An evaluation by a Board Certified Dermatologist is key to accurately diagnosing the cause of your rash to find the best treatment options. 


The range of hair concerns that we evaluate and treat include hair loss, excess hair growth, hormonal related hair changes, stress related changes, hair damage, chemo related hair changes, autoimmune conditions and much more.  

The key to treating hair concerns effectively is accurate diagnosis of the cause. 

The broad range of hair disorders are best understood by a Board Certified Dermatologist and experience. 


Nails are not just cosmetic.  Nail disorders can reflect your internal health. 

Early and accurate diagnosis and management by a Board Certified Dermatologist is key to effective results. 


There are a number of causes of rashes.  When confronted with a new rash this can be so frustrating and 'google' searches will probably not help! 

We offer early morning, evening, weekend and same day appointments with our Board Certified Dermatologists. 

After all, if your primary care MD is recommending a referral to a specialist why would you go to someone with less training than a Board Certified Dermatologist? 


When confronted with excess sweating, not only can patients feel isolated and embarassed, they also are not always sure where to turn.  Excess sweating, known as hyperhidrosis, has a number of causes and treatment options.  This is considered a medical diagnosis. 

Montgomery  Dermatology, LLC

A part of Schweiger Dermatology Group

Phone (610) 265-1166

FAX (610) 265-1186

860 1st Ave #8b, King of Prussia, PA 19406
10000 Shannondell Drive, Audubon, PA 19403

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