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Dr. Richard Bash, DDS is a dentistry practitioner in Doylestown, PA and has been practicing for 35 years. He graduated from Temple University School Of Dentistry in 1983 and practices dentistry, endodontics, and more.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Bash "Dr. Bash is a graduate of the Temple University School of Dentistry. From the beginning of his 30-plus year career, Bash was busy carving out his niche— to become a top-tier dentist that's available on a 24/7 basis, 365 days a year. Patients find Dr. Bash to be fun-loving, knowledgeable and thorough in his approach. He takes the necessary time to explain the various aspects of treatment and puts concepts to patients in a way that's easy to understand. Dr. Bash was voted One of the Best Dentists in Bucks and Montgomery County by the Intelligencer's Best of Bucks Mont reader poll for 2015 and most recently — Best Dentist in the 2016 readers' poll. Dr. Bash is an active member of the American Dental Association and the Pennsylvania Dental Association. He's also a veteran of the United States Army having served in Vietnam. Dr. Bash is always accruing continuing education credits ensuring he's at the forefront of the many disciplines within dentistry. A lifelong Bucks County resident, Dr. Bash resides in Milford Township with his wife Euhnee, three dogs Winkle, Susie, Hannah and Fred the cat."
This content was provided by Dr. Bash "Our philosophy for treating patients revolves first in the understanding of their ultimate goals. This process is only achieved through candid dialogue and a strong dentist-patient relationship.
Each patient is different. Every expectation is different. Our job is to take a holistic view of your oral health picture and cosmetic expectations and ensure that in the end, the two converge."