Thornbury near Bristol is the location of this dental practice that has served patients of all ages with a range of dental and oral issues for the last 50 years. The family oriented team offer private dental services and give NHS services for children of registered patients. The friendly team have vast experienced in helping anxious adult and child patients and helping them relax through each visit. Services offered by the clinic are extensive hygiene and preventive services and cosmetic smile correction services.
After completing his studies as a dental technician, Connor went on to study dentistry at Sheffield University and graduated in 1998. Since then he has worked as a family dental practitioner in Barnsley and Nottingham, and now at Bank Cottage Dental, where he has been practising for the last seven years. Connor’s previous training as a dental technician has provided him with invaluable insight into the fabrication of crowns, bridges and dentures. This has enabled him to work closely with the dental laboratory to ensure that the best possible outcome can be achieved for his patients. In his spare time, Connor enjoys playing football and running, when not occupied with his new born son!
Robin qualified from the Welsh National School of Medicine and Dentistry in 1968. An appointment in restorative dentistry was followed by positions as a house surgeon and senior house surgeon in the department of oral and maxillofacial surgery at the Cardiff Royal Infirmary.
Robin developed special interests in orthodontics, oral surgery and endodontics (root fillings), and worked part-time at Frenchay Hospital as a clinical assistant in orthodontics for 12 years. Outside the practice he enjoys skiing, tinkering with his 1965 Morgan car and DIY.
Stephanie qualified from the Welsh National School of Medicine and Dentistry in 1968. She worked as a house surgeon in children’s dentistry and orthodontics for six months followed by a year working for the School Dental Service in the Welsh valleys, before coming to Thornbury. She joined Bank Cottage in 1993 on a part-time basis and worked for the Community Dental Service in Gloucestershire until 2000.
Her other interests include reading, gardening, skiing and solving crosswords.
Louise qualified from the University of Bristol dental school in 1992. Since then she has worked in dental practices in Swindon and Bristol, joining Bank Cottage in 2008. She has a keen interest in disease prevention and periodontology (gum problems).
Louise is married with three children. Outside dentistry her interests include running, tennis and music.