A graduate of Temple University School of Dental Medicine, Dr. Weaver opened his practice in 1991 located in Souderton, just prior to joining practices with Dr. Reckner in 1994. He now draws from more than 25 years of experience in dental practice.
Dr. Weaver has earned a Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry (F.A.G.D.), an award given for post-graduate continuing dental education.
Dr. Weaver is currently participating in a program of specialized continuing education and lecturing and has recently achieved the credits necessary for his Masters in The Academy of General Dentistry (MAGD). He is also a member of the American Dental Association, Pennsylvania Dental Association, Dental Clinics Club of Philadelphia, and International Association for Orthodontics, and is past President of the Mennonite Medical Association and Ewing Dental Study Club. In dental practice, he is interested in the emerging concept of an expanded practice in general dentistry, where the general dentist is qualified to practice many specialties. In this model, patient care is paramount and high-quality dentistry is performed with knowledge of all areas of dental care.
Dr. Weaver lived in Africa as a child where his parents served on a medical mission assignment. The hospital, located in Tanzania East Africa, nurtured in him both cultural sensitivity and development of a world view.
Upon returning to the United States, his family settled in Lancaster, becoming neighbors with his future wife, Anne. They have three children-Keri, Lara, and Seth-and currently live in Brownstown.
When he is not working, Dr. Weaver and Anne remain active at James Street Mennonite Church, Lancaster Pa, where Dr. Weaver is involved with music leading in the worship service. Anne received a Masters of Divinity from Eastern Mennonite University and is a chaplain in Lancaster. Dr. and Mrs. Weaver enjoy running together, walking and bird watching. “I enjoy building relationships with my patients and staff, encouraging them to live healthier lives. Motivating patients both young and old to take responsibility for their health has become a mission for me!”