American Board Certified Prosthodontist

Precautionary measures for COVID 19

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Putting the safety of our patients and staff as our top priority, Bucks Dental Health and Esthetics has started the following precautionary measures to prevent the spread of COVID 19, as recommended by ADA ( American Dental Association) and PDA ( Pennsylvania Dental Association .

  1. Continue our regular strict protocol of infection control and OSHA, while paying special attention to disinfecting doorknobs, counter surfaces in the waiting room area.
  2. Postpone all elective and less-urgent procedures for three weeks, including tooth cleaning, etc.
  3. Medical history update in advance---All patients during the appointment-confirmation phone call will be asked about medical history update for screening purpose.
  4. Limit the daily number of patients we see to reduce crowding.

We apologize if any of the above measures have caused inconvenience to you and your family. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation. For all postponed appointments, our staff will reach out to you to schedule the new appointment soon after the COVID 19 crisis clears up. In the meantime, if you have any dental pain or discomfort, please feel free to reach us. All staff and Dr. Qing will still be on call to answer your questions.  

Hai Qing, DMD, PhD, FACP

Diplomate, American Board of Prosthodontics 
Specialist in Prosthodontics and Implants

Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor

Department of Preventive and restorative sciences

University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine

Private practice: 

Bucks Dental Health and Esthetics, LLC

108A West Butler Ave, New Britain, PA 18901

For Patient care:, 215-220-3395;

For education and research:


Portrait Hai Qing HAI QING, DMD, Ph.D., Board Cert Prosthodontist Private practice at New Britain, PA 18901 Adjunct clinical assistant professor teaching Advanced Prosthodontics Program at Upenn Dental Medicine.

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