COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR PATIENTS
We are pleased to announce that Scotstoun Dental Practice will reopen on Monday 1st November 2020 for ‘face to face’ patient care.
As before, if you have an out of hours dental emergency, please call NHS 24 on 111 for advice.
For managing minor dental problems at home, you may find the following link helpful;
This page will be updated daily as required.
Your cooperation and understanding at this time are greatly appreciated.
Scotstoun Dental Practice, formerly TKB & LD WRIGHT Dental Surgeons, has been with the same proprietors, Kerr and Lesley Wright since 1981 and has been looking after patients for over 90 years. We are now treating the 4th generation of families.
Kerr and Lesley retired recently and have handed over the clinical side to Lindsay Robinson and Cameron Boags who, in the tradition of the practice, are proud Glasgow University graduates.
Closed for lunch 1.00pm – 2.00pm
Monday 9.00am – 8.00pm
Tuesday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Wednesday 8.30am – 5.30pm
Thursday 9.00am – 6.00pm
Friday 9.00am – 4.00pm
We believe in preventative dentistry and want to help you achieve optimal dental health.
Your treatment plan is fully costed prior to commencing treatment.
Sometimes when more complex treatment is involved, more than one appointment may be necessary. Our aim is to keep your treatment as simple as possible.
Your first appointment allows ample time to discuss your requirements. A complete and thorough assessment, including any dental x-rays, if needed, followed by a discussion of the options available to you.
Scotstoun Dental Practice is a family orientated practice on busy Dumbarton Road in Scotstoun and welcomes patients from all age groups.
Our dentists, Lindsay Robinson and Cameron Boags will provide you with the advice and care you need in a relaxed and welcoming environment. We aim to provide the highest quality of NHS and Private treatments.
Scotstoun Dental Practice is child friendly and we recommend attendance in early years to discuss diet, toothbrushing and orthodontics.
Nervous patients are encouraged to visit and discuss their concerns. Being able to help patients overcome their fears is always very rewarding.