Dr. Adam Weiss

Dr.Weiss

Dr. Adam Weiss is a trained orthodontic specialist who has been in private practice since 1990. He is among the first orthodontists in the area to be trained using Invisalign®, and was the first orthodontist in Pennsylvania to be trained in SureSmile® technology!  Dr. Weiss feels strongly that a prospective patient should have all treatment options explained, and he should be able to provide those options in our office.

Dr. Weiss received his undergraduate degree from Franklin and Marshall College, majoring in physics. Upon graduation, he attended Temple University School of Dentistry and received his Doctor of Dental Medicine (D.M.D.) degree. Graduating at the top of his class, Dr. Weiss received his orthodontic residency training from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.

He is committed to providing his patients with the best possible orthodontic care available. Each patient receives an individualized treatment plan presented at the consultation visit. Dr. Weiss believes in personalized attention and feels that each patient deserves his time and his hands-on treatment. Delegation to assistants is kept to a minimum. Dr. Weiss spends time each year in continuing education courses so that his patients can benefit from the latest orthodontic improvements. When not attending to patients, Dr. Weiss enjoys spending time with his two kids, Samantha and Jake; playing golf; going to the shore; and traveling.

Dr. Weiss takes much pride in his office, his staff and the many successfully treated orthodontic patients that have put their trust in him. He makes himself readily available to anyone with questions or comments. Schedule an appointment to meet with him in the office, or you can reach him through our e-mail address or by phone at (610) 409-9880.

Dr. Erin Bauerle

Dr.Erin

Dr. Erin Bauerle is a board-certified orthodontic specialist. She has a passion for orthodontics and loves her job. She believes that everyone has a beautiful smile, but some of us need a little help finding it. Dr. Bauerle would be honored to help you find your beautiful smile.

Dr. Bauerle completed her undergraduate education at Villanova University. She then attended Temple University to earn her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. After graduating from dental school, Dr. Bauerle spent two additional years at Temple studying solely orthodontics. During her orthodontic residency, Dr. Bauerle earned a master’s degree in Oral Biology and a Certificate in Orthodontics.  She is currently on staff at Temple University's Department of Orthodontics.

                Additionally, Dr. Bauerle has a background in general and pediatric dentistry. She spent an extra year furthering her education in a general practice residency. During this time Dr. Bauerle placed and restored dental implants, placed crowns and bridges, designed partial dentures, and helped patients with periodontal (gum) disease improve their oral health. This expertise will be used to help the treatment planning process for those of you who will need further dental work after your braces are removed.

                Prior to specializing as an orthodontist, Dr. Bauerle worked full time for a local pediatric dental practice. She performed dentistry on children of all ages, some as young as 2 years old! Also while working for this practice Dr. Bauerle was one of the few dentists selected to treat the patients with special needs. She helped patients with special needs receive their dental care both by using behavior management techniques and treating them in the OR while they were under general anesthesia.

                Dr. Bauerle believes that she is privileged to be a member of the dental profession and enjoys giving back by sharing her time and knowledge. She is a faculty member at Temple Dental School’s Orthodontic Department where she teaches twice a month. Locally, Dr. Bauerle has organized and participated in events such as Give Kids a Smile and Special Olympics Healthy Smiles. She also traveled to Jamaica and provided dental care to a population there who did not readily have access to dental services.

                In her free time Dr. Bauerle likes to play tennis and soccer, run, bike, and ski. She also loves to travel and try food of different cultures. She is an avid reader and is always happy to give or receive good book recommendations.