Doylestown Dental Group

On behalf of our entire professional team, we welcome you to Doylestown Dental Group. Doylestown Dental Group houses one of fewer than 25 board certified prosthodontists in the state, meaning we specialize in dental implants, crowns, veneers, and full mouth rehabilitation.

We also provide services such as teeth whitening, dental bonding, and dentures. Our dentist Dr. Link has the ability to handle dental complications. We are eager to help you and your family with any dental needs. Our team puts patient comfort and education at the forefront. We will be there for every step of your treatment. Call us today (215) 345-1155 to learn more or book online.

Operating as usual

01/05/2021

Thank you Doylestown Hospital for your safe and efficient vaccine process. First round of vaccines on the books. Doylestown Dental Group is happy to do our part! #doylestowndentalgroup, #doylestownhospital, #doylestownprosthodontist, #doylestowndentist

Thank you Doylestown Hospital for your safe and efficient vaccine process. First round of vaccines on the books. Doylestown Dental Group is happy to do our part! #doylestowndentalgroup, #doylestownhospital, #doylestownprosthodontist, #doylestowndentist

12/31/2020

"Tooth” be told, this year has been “jaw dropping”. The “veneer” of 2020 wasn’t what it appeared. It had quite the “impact “. We fought “tooth” and nail to get through, and it certainly wears the “crown” for the worst ever. But what we can “extract” from it is the positive... “bonding” with immediate family and getting back to our “roots”. We will need to read between the "Invisalign" to know how some are feeling and we won't ever "probe” you about it, so please come and see us “ Oral B” mad. I’m sure most of you are "brace"ing yourselves for the arrival of 2021. “Brush” off 2020. It has certainly left us “Crest” fallen. We are “confindental” 2021 will be a nice change of “paste”. We will have an “Aqua fresh” start as we are on the “cusp” of this new year. You win some, you lose “gums”, so “Buccual” up... The best is yet to come. You can’t see our smiles under all the PPE we wear, but we can’t wait to see yours. You know the “drill”. We “Aim” to please. 2021 will be pleasing to the “palette and we will “scale” great heights. Happy New Year!!!!

"Tooth” be told, this year has been “jaw dropping”. The “veneer” of 2020 wasn’t what it appeared. It had quite the “impact “. We fought “tooth” and nail to get through, and it certainly wears the “crown” for the worst ever. But what we can “extract” from it is the positive... “bonding” with immediate family and getting back to our “roots”. We will need to read between the "Invisalign" to know how some are feeling and we won't ever "probe” you about it, so please come and see us “ Oral B” mad. I’m sure most of you are "brace"ing yourselves for the arrival of 2021. “Brush” off 2020. It has certainly left us “Crest” fallen. We are “confindental” 2021 will be a nice change of “paste”. We will have an “Aqua fresh” start as we are on the “cusp” of this new year. You win some, you lose “gums”, so “Buccual” up... The best is yet to come. You can’t see our smiles under all the PPE we wear, but we can’t wait to see yours. You know the “drill”. We “Aim” to please. 2021 will be pleasing to the “palette and we will “scale” great heights. Happy New Year!!!!

12/23/2020

Happy Holidays from Doylestown Dental Group. We have the best  quaran-team! We hope to get back to these pre-Covid days soon! (DDG Xmas party 2019)

Happy Holidays from Doylestown Dental Group. We have the best  quaran-team! We hope to get back to these pre-Covid days soon! (DDG Xmas party 2019)

11/26/2020
A room, a bar and a classroom: how the coronavirus is spread through the air 11/17/2020

A room, a bar and a classroom: how the coronavirus is spread through the air

Ways to keep your family gatherings safe, especially over the holidays.

A room, a bar and a classroom: how the coronavirus is spread through the air The risk of contagion is highest in indoor spaces but can be reduced by applying all available measures to combat infection via aerosols. Here is an overview of the likelihood of infection in three everyday scenarios, based on the safety measures used and the length of exposure

10/15/2020

During this difficult time of COVID-19 it is still important to maintain your regular dental cleanings. Even if you always brush and floss your teeth, it is very beneficial to have your teeth cleaned once every six months. Dental plaque and tartar are a collection of germs on your teeth that can affect not only your mouth but your entire body. The bacteria in the mouth has been found to travel to other parts of your body such as your heart or even your brain. In fact for some people, it is necessary to have their teeth cleaned more frequently such as once every 3 to 4 months. If your gums are healthy and you do not have a lot of dental plaque, a cleaning once every six months is usually long enough. However, if you’re someone who has gum disease, dry mouth or you are prone to getting cavities; having more frequent cleanings can prevent future problems. Everyone collects plaque underneath their gums that cannot be removed from brushing and flossing. Once the plaque is there more plaque tends to accumulate. If the plaque is left for long periods of time it hardens forming a layer of tartar (calculus). Dental tartar if left for a period of time causes gum disease, bone loss and gum recession. Some people are prone to developing tartar at a faster rate than others, this would also necessitate more frequent cleanings. Getting your teeth cleaned also gives the hygienist and the dentist a chance to check your mouth. Often times the hygienists are able to pick up on potential problems before they occur or get worse. It is usually the people that do not come in for long periods of time that have the most cavities or the most gum tissue problems. Putting off these appointments can be detrimental not only to your dental health but your overall health and lastly your wallet.

Please call 215-345-1155 to schedule your hygiene appointment. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

During this difficult time of COVID-19 it is still important to maintain your regular dental cleanings. Even if you always brush and floss your teeth, it is very beneficial to have your teeth cleaned once every six months. Dental plaque and tartar are a collection of germs on your teeth that can affect not only your mouth but your entire body. The bacteria in the mouth has been found to travel to other parts of your body such as your heart or even your brain. In fact for some people, it is necessary to have their teeth cleaned more frequently such as once every 3 to 4 months. If your gums are healthy and you do not have a lot of dental plaque, a cleaning once every six months is usually long enough. However, if you’re someone who has gum disease, dry mouth or you are prone to getting cavities; having more frequent cleanings can prevent future problems. Everyone collects plaque underneath their gums that cannot be removed from brushing and flossing. Once the plaque is there more plaque tends to accumulate. If the plaque is left for long periods of time it hardens forming a layer of tartar (calculus). Dental tartar if left for a period of time causes gum disease, bone loss and gum recession. Some people are prone to developing tartar at a faster rate than others, this would also necessitate more frequent cleanings. Getting your teeth cleaned also gives the hygienist and the dentist a chance to check your mouth. Often times the hygienists are able to pick up on potential problems before they occur or get worse. It is usually the people that do not come in for long periods of time that have the most cavities or the most gum tissue problems. Putting off these appointments can be detrimental not only to your dental health but your overall health and lastly your wallet.

Please call 215-345-1155 to schedule your hygiene appointment. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

10/08/2020

COVID 19 Protocol

Photos from Doylestown Dental Group's post 10/05/2020

Hearing you are appreciated is one of the simplest and most incredible things. Below are some thank you notes we received from our grateful patients.

10/04/2020

COVID 19 Protocol

Click to see how Dr. Elyce Link-Bindo and team are keeping you safe at our office during COVID-19. #Doylestowndentalgroup, #COVID19DENTIST, #DrElyceLinkbindo, #DoylestownProsthodontist, #Doylestowndentist

08/11/2020

Doylestown Dental Group new office!

Please see the updated video of our complete new office! #doylestowndentist, #prosthodontist, #newoffice, #drelycelink-Bindo

07/01/2020

We love seeing our patients in our beautiful new office. We pride ourselves on keeping the office clean and safe! #doylestowndentalgroup, #doylestowndental, #doylestownprosthodontist, #newoffice, #stateoftheartdentistry

theintell.com 05/30/2020

Dentists, eye doctors prepare for long-awaited return to a new normal

Dr.Link-Bindo was featured in article by the Intelligencer earlier today. https://www.theintell.com/news/20200530/dentists-eye-doctors-prepare-for-long-awaited-return-to-new-normal?template=ampart
#Doylestowndentalgroup, #DrElyceLinkBindo, #Doylestownprosthodontist#Doylestowndentist

theintell.com Bucks dental and eye care practices prepare to return to normal business, while incorporating more safety features to protect patients and staff from the

[05/30/20]   We are excited to announce we have resumed our normal business hours in our beautiful new office at 252 W. Swamp Rd. #30 Doylestown, PA 18901. We have missed our patients and are looking forward to seeing you. Please do not wait to call if you or someone you know is experiencing a dental problem. Please call us at 215-345-1155 if you would like to discuss our updates, or to answer any questions you may have. Stay safe and let us know if there is anything we can do to assist you. Check back to hear how Doylestown Dental Group has been working to keep you safe!
#DoylestownProsthodontist, #DoylestownDentalGroup, #Dr.Elycelink-bindo, #weareallinthistogether, #keepingyousafe

mouthhealthy.org 05/11/2020

Infection control in the dental office - American Dental Association

Your dental team always makes patient safety a top priority. We will keep you up-to-date on the latest safety measures. http://ow.ly/TQvZ30qF6GN

mouthhealthy.org The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has developed special recommendations for use in dental offices. Your dentist cares about your safety and works hard to prevent the spread of infection.

ada.org 04/22/2020

ADA offers interim guidance as some states consider reopening

As states begin to open up across the country, we want to assure you that we are following ADA guidelines to keep you safe and take care of your smile. http://ow.ly/4MT530qzYEC

ada.org “To aid dentists who may be reopening their practices when state mandates are lifted,” the ADA issued an updated statement and interim guidance April 18 on the personal protective equipment recommended in order to practice during this pandemic and minimize the risk of virus transmission.

sj-r.com 03/30/2020

How to correctly brush your teeth

Brushing and flossing correctly is more important than ever due to social distancing. Here is a reminder to get the most out of your dental hygiene at home. http://ow.ly/OBzW30qtOG1

sj-r.com Proper daily hygiene is a given until something like COVID-19 prompts thousands of people to question their hand-washing technique. Are other assumed

03/24/2020

Dental Emergency - American Dental Association

How do I know if I have a dental emergency? We recommend you contact our dental office to learn more or to book emergency visits during the coronavirus pandemic. Our team is available to answer your questions. http://ow.ly/sKum30qriG2

mouthhealthy.org Learn how to treat common dental emergencies, like cracked or broken teeth; a chipped tooth; and tooth aches.

[03/23/20]   Many emergency rooms are overwhelmed due to COVID-19. We recommend contacting our dental office for advice and treatment of dental emergencies rather than heading to your local hospital.

colgate.com 03/22/2020

How Often Should You Clean Your Teeth?

Home care during the coronavirus pandemic is more important than ever. Brushing, flossing, and wearing your night guard (if recommended) can help keep your oral health in good condition during the COVID-19 outbreak. http://ow.ly/j3XG30qriBa

colgate.com Keeping your teeth clean goes a long way toward keeping them strong and healthy. So, how often should you clean your teeth?… Read more at Colgate.com

03/20/2020

A Message to Our Customers and Dental Patients About Coronavirus

Here are some tips to stay healthy while in self-isolation. Our dental practice goes above and beyond standard sterilization techniques when accommodating emergency dental patients. http://ow.ly/H8EU30qrin6

deltadentalins.com The health and well-being of Delta Dental enrollees, dental care providers and employees is our top priority.

thelafayettesun.com 03/15/2020

5 Insights Your Teeth Can Reveal About Your Overall Health

Your mouth is the gateway to your body. What are your teeth and gums saying about your health? http://ow.ly/dTet30qpG2D

thelafayettesun.com Your dental health and overall health are closely connected. If something is wrong with your dental health, it could mean something else is

cdc.gov 03/13/2020

Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

COVID-19 Update: We follow the strictest sterilization guidelines to keep you healthy every day. We also have special protocols in place. Stay up to date and learn how to minimize exposure. http://ow.ly/C6bR30qpFYk

cdc.gov Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is a virus (more specifically, a coronavirus) identified as the cause of an outbreak of respiratory illness first detected in Wuhan, China.

colgate.com 02/29/2020

Healthy Foods List: Seven Best Foods for Your Teeth

What are the healthiest foods for your smile? http://ow.ly/HXUk30qk5JZ

colgate.com Use a healthy foods list to improve your diet and the health of your mouth.

colgate.com 02/26/2020

Burning Mouth Syndrome: Putting Out the Fire

Do you have burning mouth syndrome or something else? Find out more and call your dentist to book an appointment. http://ow.ly/bgmC30qk5IS

colgate.com When you have burning mouth syndrome, it is as if someone has ignited a fire in your mouth.

02/25/2020

Dentistry: Root canal work not so bad after all

Root canal treatment actually relieves pain (and can save your tooth!) http://ow.ly/kp6t30qk5HM

sciencedaily.com Root canal work is not as bad as people think when compared to other dental procedures. Self-reporting of their dental health suggests that patients find the procedure no worse than other dental work which overturns the popular belief that root canal work is the most unpleasant dental treatment.

02/24/2020

Get Wise About Wisdom Teeth

Wondering if wisdom teeth are a problem? http://ow.ly/rRv030qk5Gm

With age comes wisdom – and wisdom teeth! Learn more about what to expect when this third set of molars come through in your late teens. Get more information...

02/12/2020

The month of January was a busy one at Doylestown Dental Group. The pictures below are of us getting settled in our new office at 252 West Swamp Road Suite 30. We have been happily arranging, organizing and preparing for our patients. We can’t wait to see you at our new location! #newofficeinBailiwick#brandnewbuilding #stateoftheartequipment #yourlinktoabeautifulsmile

mouthmonsters.mychildrensteeth.org 02/11/2020

AAPD | Mouth Monsters | The Big Authority on Little Teeth

February is National Children's Dental Health Month. You can find valuable resources here to support little smiles. http://ow.ly/xq4c30qgTl2

mouthmonsters.mychildrensteeth.org The Big Authority on Little Teeth

sports.yahoo.com 02/06/2020

6 'health trends' that are damaging your teeth

6 "health trends" that might be hurting your smile. Talk to your dentist about reliable tips to improve your smile and oral health. http://ow.ly/v7xL30qeXoK

sports.yahoo.com A dental hygienist is urging people to ditch the lemon in hot water trend.

deltadentalia.com 02/04/2020

American Heart Month: Gum Disease and Heart Health

Celebrate American Heart Month in February by booking a periodontal evaluation and teeth cleaning with your dentist. http://ow.ly/oUFM30qeXiH

deltadentalia.com Ongoing studies prove a connection between gum disease and heart health. Keep your smile and heart healthy with these tips.

newsroom.heart.org 01/30/2020

Poor oral health linked to higher blood pressure, worse blood pressure control

Gear up for February's National Heart Health Month by scheduling a dental exam and cleaning for the whole family. http://ow.ly/NXfj30q8Tyi

newsroom.heart.org Study Highlights: Poor oral health may interfere with blood pressure control in people diagnosed with hypertension. Periodontal disease — a condition marked by gum infection, gum inflammation and tooth damage — appears to worsen blood pressure and interferes with hypertension treatment. Study fi...

[01/28/20]   Make your smile more kissable this coming Valentine's Day with professional teeth whitening. Call us to learn more!

01/23/2020

Oral Cancer - American Dental Association

Why oral cancer screenings are so important, and the vital role your dentist plays in detection. http://ow.ly/S27r30q8TuA

mouthhealthy.org Oral cancer can include throat cancer, mouth cancer, tongue cancer, and jaw cancer.

01/21/2020

Oral Health for Senior Citizens

Oral health risks increase with age. Are your senior family members getting the dentistry they need to stay healthy? http://ow.ly/OjE630q8TtE

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oralhealthgroup.com 01/17/2020

Keep Calm and Don’t V**e - Oral Health Group

Va**ng can damage your health and your smile. If you want help and resources to quit smoking, va**ng, or using smokeless to***co, give us a call! http://ow.ly/NEW930q8Tsw

oralhealthgroup.com The fact is, smoking e-cigarettes or va**ng is anything but non-toxic to one’s body. Electronic va**ng devices contain many harmful chemicals, one of...

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252 West Swamp Road Suite #30
Doylestown, PA
18901

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 3pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 12pm
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