Herschthal Medical Staff

The Herschthal Practice is lead by David Herschthal, MD, and Jordana Herschthal, MD, a father/daughter duo with a passion for dermatology. With the support of a dedicated and knowledgeable staff, our practice provides advanced aesthetic treatments to men and women living in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Delray, FL.

At The Herschthal Practice, our unique approach to dermatology involves giving each patient the attentive and individualized care they need. Thanks to our incredible staff, we are able to help patients in Fort Lauderdale, Boynton Beach and Boca Raton, FL, achieve beautiful results. To learn more about our staff or our practice, contact us today.

What Our Patients Say

Result Matters

I love Dr. J, she is the best. She is so talented at what she does and I always trust her judgement not to overdue things and maintain an age appropriate natural look. Patient since 2015

Katherine Peterson

I see Dr Jordan Herschthal. She takes her time listening and is very knowledgable. I feel confident in her care… and she is very nice:)

Patti Poff

Dr Herschthal is excellent. Extremely thorough and knowledgeable. I would highly recommend Dr. Herschthal.

Ken Anenberg

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