Dr. Natalie C. Nash

Dr. Natalie Nash prides herself on providing comprehensive care for all patients. She is a Delaware County native, having grown up in Havertown, PA, and having attended both St. Denis School and Archbishop John Carroll High School. Dr. Nash earned a Bachelor of Science degree at St. Joseph’s University, where she was a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta’s Honor Society and graduated in the top ten percent of her class. She then studied at Temple University’s Kornberg School of Dentistry where she was an active member in the Dental Anesthesiology Honor Society and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Honor Society. Throughout her studies, Dr. Nash was actively involved in both her school and the Greater Philadelphia communities. Her volunteer work in homeless shelters highlight Dr. Nash’s service-orientation and commitment to community.

Upon graduation, Dr. Nash entered into private practice providing quality dental care to her patients in both Drexel Hill and Jennersville, PA. Within four years, she had gained a great deal of experience and found her new “professional home” at Dental Health Care Associates of Aston in 2015. To enhance patient care and provide a variety of services, Dr. Nash has taken numerous innovative continuing courses in endodontics as well as attended exclusive training courses in Atlanta, hosted by the well-renowned Scheduling Institute. She was also awarded a laser certification from the Academy of Laser Dentistry. Dr. Nash is a member of the Pennsylvania Dental Association, The American Dental Association and The Dental Society of Chester County and Delaware County. Her leadership is demonstrated via mentoring and speaking to youth on topics such as oral health.

Dr. Nash resides in Philadelphia with her husband Anthony. They enjoy spending quality time with their nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. In addition to caring for her patients, Dr. Nash enjoys golfing and relaxing on the beach in Ocean City, NJ.

 
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