- Dermot McNulty – Dentist/
- Sandra Mas Sanchis – Dentist/
- Jason Hart – Dentist/
- Sarah Whitley – Hygienist/
- Nichola Tong – Hygienist/
- Jessica Seton – Hygienist and Therapist/
- Joanna Saunders – Treatment Coordinator/
- 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/
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.
…..all the staff at the practice are kind and patient and have made me feel at ease and confident at every stage, even from the initial phone call.
PRGF stands for Plasma Rich in Growth Factors and is a new technique that is used to regenerate tissues that uses a small amount of the dental patients own blood.
Dermot is taking part in the Bath Rugby Foundation Giants Cause bike ride in June. For an opportunity to win the shirt, all you have to do is sponsor Dermot and […]
What is Cerec? CEREC stands for ‘Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics’ and is a new system that is used to create dental crowns, veneers, bridges, inlays and inlays, in house by […]
If you would like to lighten the the natural colour of your teeth, you may wish to opt for tooth whitening. Although you cannot opt for a complete colour change, you can lighten the existing shade of your teeth.
Teeth can become stained by food and drinks such as curry, tea, black coffee and red wine. Some medications and smoking also cause staining, but our teeth naturally get more discoloured as we get older.
After 3 years of trying (finalists in 2014, 2015 and 2016) we can now officially say that Bath Spa Dentistry have won the health category in the Bath Life Awards […]
In June this year Dermot McNulty will be joining a team of other Bath Rugby Foundation supporters on a cycling journey from Cork in the South of Ireland to the Giants Causeway in the North.
This is all about raising funds for Bath Rugby Foundation which works with disabled and disadvantaged children in the local community running education and inclusion programmes using sport to engage people.
We are offering anyone who owns or works for one of the Bath Life Awards Finalists companies, some special offers if booked before the Awards Dinner on Thursday 25th February.
With cosmetic dentistry procedures becoming even more accessible, many people are considering changing one or several aspects of their smile.
At Bath Spa Dentistry, we know that many people’s lives have been changed by dental procedures, but before you start researching the different treatments on offer, take a step back and ask yourself – what is it that I don’t actually like about my teeth?
People are more inclined to believe what other people say, when they either hear it from some-one else, or see that a business has been endorsed and recognised by winning an award. This is more important in dentistry, perhaps than many other industries, as people ‘buy’ dentistry and dental treatments based on trust.
Our mouths are full of bacteria and when the bacteria joins together, it creates plaque (the soft white deposits you can see on your teeth before brushing). The bacteria produces toxins, which are harmful to gums, and also the bones that hold the teeth in place.
The toxins produced cause the gums to become irritated and red, and in turn the gums can bleed. Because the gums are irritated, they become inflamed, which in turn increased the blood supply in the area.
Here is part of our Bath Life Awards entry……. Why should you win this award? ‘Bath Spa Dentistry is a company that is committed to excellence in patient care, striving […]
We are excited and delighted to announce that we are Bath Life Awards finalists once again.
We have entered the awards 3 times and have made it to the finals rounds 3 times. We haven’t ever won the award, but we are hopeful that 2016 will be our year.
“After years of problems with broken crowns, bridges and a mouthful of plastic, wires, and disgusting glue, my teeth seemed to rule my life and became an embarrassment when eating, and […]
Dental Implants have been around for a while now, and are well established as a treatment of choice for many people they are considered to be the next best thing to […]
57% of adults have lost up to four teeth. Dental Implants are the only reliable permanent solution to replacing missing teeth. The infographic below shows the key reasons why you […]