dentistry scotland awardsIf you’ve entered the Dentistry Scotland Awards, this is the moment you’ve been waiting for – 2020’s shortlist of finalists.

This year we have added some new categories, while keeping some of the favourites.

Look through the list below to view your 2020 finalists.

Dentistry Scotland Awards finalists

Best New Practice

Bridge of Weir Dental and Aesthetics

Garthamlock Dental Care

Kilmarnock Smile Studio

Best Private Practice

Bridge of Weir Dental and Aesthetics

Glasgow Smile Clinic

Best NHS Practice

Garthamlock Dental Care

Montrose Dental Care

One Eighty Dental Bishopbriggs

Best Young Dentist

Alisdair Colquhoun

Allan Matthews

Ania Nohawica-Heer

Lawrence Sharkey

Matthieu Dash

Best Team

Dentistry @ No 3

Dentistry on the Clyde

Infinity Smiles

Integrated Dental Care

Montrose Dental Care

One Eighty Dental Bishopbriggs

Queens Drive Dental Practice

The Tooth Doctor

Best Patient Care

Bridge of Weir Dental and Aesthetics

Dentistry @ No 3

Dentistry on the Clyde

Integrated Dental Care

One Eighty Dental Bishopsbriggs

Queens Drive Dental Practice

The Tooth Doctor

Best Smile Makeover

Jameel Gardee – Glasgow Smile Clinic

Jamie Kinnell – Dentistry on the Square

Josh Rowley – Bite Dentistry 

Best Adult Orthodontic Case

Andrew McIntyre  – Dentistry on the Square

Josh Rowley  – Bite Dentistry

Best Treatment of Nervous Patients

Dentistry on the Clyde

The Tooth Doctor

Best Charity or Community Project

Kilmarnock Smile Studio

One Eighty Dental Bishopbriggs 

Dentistry Scotland Awards goes virtual

The Dentistry Scotland Awards is going online for the first time ever this year.

Due to COVID-19, FMC has been forced to find an alternative way of rewarding leading dental practices across Scotland. This year FMC is bringing the glitz and glamour of the ceremony to a screen near you.

It hopes this will make the ceremony completely accessible to all practices across Scotland. And it ensures attendees to the ceremony in November are completely safe from contracting COVID-19.

The ceremony, held on the 29 October, is completely free to attend. FMC will share the link to sign up and attend closer to the time.

‘This was a tough decision to take because we love rewarding the dental profession face to face at these events,’ Seb Evans, Dentistry Scotland Online editor, said.

‘We often hear stories about how proactive dental practices are, and we’ve taken inspiration from this. This is the first year we’ve moved the awards ceremony online and we’re hoping to therefore receive a record number of entries and attendees.’


For more information about the awards visit www.dentistryscotlandawards.com.