BDA Scotland and its elected committee members seek to improve conditions for the delivery of dental services across the country, negotiating directly with the Scottish Government.
Dentists working in Scotland are represented through the:
Scotland is also represented through one seat on our
board, which sets our policy and strategic direction.
We also seek to influence other key-decision makers, including educational institutions, political parties and statutory, and non-statutory organisations.
Our committees meet regularly to consider the issues affecting the dental profession and patient care. BDA representatives take these issues forward into discussion and negotiation with the Scottish Government and the range of bodies responsible for delivery of health and social care.
See our fees guide for 2020-21.
Castle Business Park
Tel: 01786 476040
Staff based in Scotland
Dr Phil Grigor
|BDA Scotland National Director|
Elaine Bruce||Policy Advisor|
|Nicola Kaya||Policy Advisor|
Employment Relations Officer|
Alan Pitcaithley||Practice Management Consultant for Scotland and Northern Ireland|
We may record telephone conversations to offer you additional security, resolve complaints, for regulatory compliance and to improve our service standards. Conversations may also be monitored for staff training purposes. You will be alerted to this when you call.