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Family Dentist in Doylestown, PA

Richard N. Bash, DDS Doylestown Dentist

If you live in Bucks County, Montgomery County or Lehigh County, PA, and you don’t already have a regular dentist, what are you waiting for? Keeping up with your dental checkups is a key part of staying healthy. Problems that originate with your teeth and gums can affect your entire body down the line. You can vastly improve your oral health—and your overall well-being—by visiting Dr. Bash. His office is convenient to Allentown and North Wales, PA, and is accepting new patients.

Dr. Bash’s office specializes in emergency dental services, but we also offer all kinds of routine care, including family dentistry, periodontics (the treatment of gum disease), endodontics (also known as root canals), dental crowns and bridges, extractions and other surgeries, cosmetic dentistry and dental bonding. Whether you need dental implants in Bucks County or a root canal in Doylestown, PA, we’re your full service dentist in eastern Pennsylvania, and our goal is to help you safeguard your dental health.


Your Local Certified Family Dentist in Doylestown, PA

Our patients schedule appointments for a variety of reasons. Many of them schedule regular checkups to help keep their oral health on track and catch dental issues before they become emergencies. However, our patients also come to us for emergency dental appointments following an accident or injury. We’re also happy to help with toothaches and other serious dental problems that emerge from time to time. As your go-to emergency dentist in Plymouth Meeting and the surrounding areas, your dental emergencies are our priorities.

Whether you want to maintain your great oral health, you’d like to get back on track with it or you need help with a dental emergency, you can rely on Richard N. Bash, D.D.S. to provide quality, personalized care. If you’re looking for an emergency dentist in and around Chalfont, PA, a cosmetic dentist in Bucks County, PA, or a Doylestown, PA, dentist for check-ups and maintenance, contact us today.

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For more than 30 years, our dental office has served Doylestown, Philadelphia, Allentown, Newtown, Bucks County, Lehigh County, Montgomery County, North Wales and the surrounding areas of Pennsylvania and New Jersey with a strong commitment to quality of service, value and customer satisfaction. We appreciate your interest and look forward to earning your business. We are available for emergency treatment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


We are available 24/7 for emergency care

Office Hours:

Sunday 10:00am–3:00pm
Monday 10:00am–9:00pm
Tuesday 10:00am–9:00pm
Wednesday 10:00am–9:00pm
Thursday 10:00am–9:00pm
Friday 10:00am–3:00pm
Saturday 10:00am–3:00pm

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