- Dermot McNulty – Dentist/
- Sandra Mas Sanchis – Dentist/
- Jason Hart – Dentist/
- Sarah Whitley – Hygienist/
- Nichola Tong – Hygienist/
- Jessica Seton – Hygienist and Therapist/
- Joanna Saunders – Treatment Co-ordinator/
- Tabitha Edwards – Senior Receptionist/
- Shelley Moss – Senior Dental Nurse/
- Amelia John-Mallett – Dental Nurse/
- Alison Adams – Dental Nurse/
- Hannah Todd – Dental Nurse/
- Angela MacAusland – Marketing and Training Manager/
Tooth decay can not only cause your child pain and distress, but it could also lead to more dental problems as they get older. That is why educating yourselves and […]
We are very pleased to announce that we will be continuing our relationship with Bath Rugby as the ‘Official Dentistry Partner’ into the 2016-2017 season. Throughout the year we support […]
Bath Spa Dentistry joins the Tour of Britain Decorated Bath Bike Trail Along with another 50 or so businesses we are taking part in the multi-coloured cycle trail to welcome The Tour of […]
My job varies a lot from day to day and from patient to patient. Some days may be very demanding with complicated implant or cosmetic cases and other days will be routine treatments such as fillings and examinations. I always try to give the best service to my patients, listening to them and understanding what they want from me. The best result is when they leave the practice with a big smile.
Since my implants its been brilliant. I can attend any social event, go to any occasion, eat anything. Its just marvellous.
I do recommend Bath Spa Dentistry to al my family and friends, everyone, everyone I know, because people do not believe I have false teeth – implants.
Bath Spa Dentistry has successfully been awarded the 2016 Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Awards
‘Best Full-Service Dental Practice – South West UK’
The dental implants have worked out superbly well and has made a huge difference to my life, in my ability to eat and not worry about the food that I order anymore.
In our image conscious society, the demand for whiter teeth has never been greater. Many celebrities and models are pictured with shiny white smiles, but most of us tend to have a duller shade in reality. So what makes our teeth lose their pearly white effect, what causes them to be stained or yellow in appearance and what can you do to protect our teeth.
In June I set out with 62 other riders to cycle from Cork, in the South of Ireland, to the Giants Causeway in the North.
The challenge was to cycle 700km over 5 days, averaging 140km a day which included a number of very steep inclines indeed.
This cycle in aid of the Bath Rugby Foundation needed dedication, a lot of training and a lot of hard work and miles into getting ready for the ride, which was completed over many months.
We interviewed Dental Nurse Hannah Todd and asked her what it was like working at Bath Spa Dentistry. “I have been with the practice for the a year now and have […]
Every day, YouTube users in the United States watch 8,000 years of content, so it made sense for Bath Spa Dentistry to keep up with its state of the art image and have its own YouTube channel.
Day 1 – Monday 13th June 2016 “Long and frustrating day Cork to Limerick. Beautiful although wet countryside with headwind most of the day. 1 broken wheel, 1 snapped derailleur […]
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When it comes to foods and drinks that will stain your teeth, it’s important to remember that if it would stain a white shirt, it will stain your teeth. Dark […]
With the help of staff like dedicated treatment coordinator Joanna Saunders, we aim to deliver the highest standards in dentistry. Bath Spa Dentistry is an award winning dental practice, established in […]
We have some fantastic news, all the people who have sponsored Dermot for his charity bike ride in June, the totals from online sponsors and those that have pledged money in person, have just reached £1,987.
Bath rugby Foundation Giants Cause Bike Ride June 2016 Bath Rugby Foundation cyclists, including former and current Bath Rugby players, will be taking part on a 700km adventure from Cork in […]
Toothache refers to pain in and around the teeth and jaws that’s usually caused by tooth decay.
Bath Rugby Foundation is a development charity, working with vulnerable people, in our local community, using the power of sport to build people’s confidence and help them to live successful, happy and healthy lives. Our participants might be facing unemployment, social isolation or deprivation, or they might have physical or learning disabilities. Our team look deeper, and inspire people to do more, so they can be more.
An important part of what we do is demonstrating to potential patients how we can help them with their dental problems and what a profound effect this can have on their quality and enjoyment of life.
We occasionally ask patients to share their success stories and Stephen had kindly shared his story.