Bay Dental is your Dentist Downtown Vancouver. We have recently moved to a new location in the heart of downtown Vancouver, just a few blocks away from Vancouver City Centre and Granville skytrain stations.

what our patients say

“I highly recommend Dr. Maycher, with his superb chair side manner and excellent staff for any
dentistry issues you may have I know he will always be my dentist, and I was very lucky to find him.”

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what our patients say

“I can’t say enough good things about Dr. Maycher and his staff. I’ve had a number of dentists
over the years, and he’s by far my favourite. I recommend him unreservedly.”
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what our patients say

“The staff are very knowledgeable about various treatment options, complete details about
the dental insurance as well as they are very personable that your dental anxiety disappears.
I highly recommend Dr. Maycher as your dentist I only wish I had found him and his team sooner.”
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Dr. David Maycher is in the top rated 2% of Dentists in Vancouver on His calming, informative nature will keep you at ease during your dental visit. Bay Dental is conveniently located Downtown Vancouver, read Bay Dental reviews here.


We strive to provide optimal dental care with minimal cost to you. Communication is an integral part of your dental plan at Bay Dental, and we discuss all treatment options available, the nature of each procedure, and the costs before beginning any dental procedure. Visit our Dentist Downtown Vancouver located on West Georgia, between Richards St and Seymour St.


The Maydent Plan is an affordable way to access preventative dentistry. The annual dental membership includes check ups, exams, bitewing x-rays, etc. Click to read Maydent Plan FAQs. Visit our office downtown Vancouver for more information.

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Downtown Vancouver



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