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Our General Dentist in Mount Laurel, NJ Can Keep You Smiling

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Dr. Robert Chase has one goal: to improve his patients’ lives. He enjoys making over smiles and helping everyone feel as comfortable as possible. That’s along with providing exceptional care at our Mount Laurel, NJ general dentist office.

As the son of a truck driver and a high school cafeteria worker, Dr. Chase understands the value of hard work. His parents supported him as he made his own path in life. Growing up in southern New Jersey, he developed his artistic abilities and studied drafting. In college, he studied computer science before switching to premedical studies. He graduated magna cum laude from the College of New Jersey with a bachelor’s degree in biology.

He went on to earn high honors and his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at Temple University’s Kornberg School of Dentistry. Dr. Chase then completed Temple’s one-year postgraduate program in Advanced Education in General Dentistry. Since then, he stays updated on dental trends as an active member of the American Dental Association, New Jersey Dental Association, and Southern Dental Society of New Jersey.

Dr. Chase has always been committed to advanced dentistry. Since 1999, he has been a provider of Nobel Biocare® dental implants. He has training in both traditional orthodontics and is certified to provide treatment with Invisalign® clear aligners. In 2004, he added CEREC technology so our patients can get dental crowns in a single day.

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That tireless focus is one of the reasons he received a top-rated doctor and dentist award by Philadelphia Top Rated Doctors. Only the top 5 percent in their field are selected for this distinction.

Outside the office, Dr. Chase uses his skills to benefit the Special Olympics and Operation Smile. This international charity provides free surgeries for children with facial deformities.

He and his wife (and our office team leader), Tammy, enjoy spending time with their three children: Nick, Liz, and Nate. You also might find Dr. Chase cooking, jogging, swimming, traveling, or adding to his collection of U.S. postage stamps.

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