New patients at Bridge St Aesthetic and Dental Implant Clinic

For NHS and private patients

Why choose us?

Family Dentist

Affordable Dentistry

Located in city centre

Friendly Staff

Emergency Appointments

Everyone Welcome

Register as a Private
or NHS Patient?

At Bridge St Aesthetic and Dental Implant Clinic, we will always give you a choice between the two and enable you to make a decision which benefits you.

How do I register?

Registering online will enrol you Onto Plan A. Please book an appointment at the practice to confirm your registration.

A member of our team would be happy to book a time for you to come in and register at the practice.

Denplan insurance services also provide a 24-hour worldwide emergency dental helpline and assistance with any questions you have about your supplementary insurance.
Great King St Dental is a mixed dental practice which means we provide both NHS and Private dental treatments in order to offer our services to as many people as possible. This is because some of the treatments highly demanded are not usually available on the NHS, therefore, we try to accommodate our patients with private options to increase their range of choices.
  • At Great King St Dental, as an NHS patient you will always be treated with the same care as our private patients. The Government however does impose some restrictions that we have to adhere to.
  • NHS treatments need to be functional and not for cosmetic reasons.
  • NHS treatment is designed to be cost effective for the taxpayer and each NHS clinic works with a fixed NHS budget. Hence why we naturally use more cost effective materials and laboratories. 
  • We must follow government guidelines for recalling patients which could mean you may not be entitled to a check up or clean as often as you want. 
  • NHS cleaning is designed to ensure gum health and treat what is clinically necessary such as gum disease and not to specifically remove all stains or for cosmetic reasons. 
  • Appointment availability may be limited. You may not be able to get appointments outside school or work hours. You may also not be able to see more experienced dentists or specialists who choose to work outside the NHS.
  •  Some treatments are not available under the NHS at all or in certain cases eg. cosmetic treatments / dental implants or certain preventative treatments eg. fissure sealants for low decay risk patients.
  •  Tooth whitening is usually not available on the NHS.
  • Cosmetic treatments are not available on the NHS. This means the materials/treatments which produce the best appearance are often not used. Private treatment will always give you the best possible functional but also cosmetic result. 
  • Appointment times are more flexible within private treatment and thus easier to manage with your own lifestyle and needs. 
  • Private treatment allows us complete freedom to provide the very highest standard of treatment with the best possible materials available. We have no funding restrictions like we do with the NHS and therefore, we can focus purely on quality of the treatment. 
  • Longer appointments to allow plenty of time to complete your treatment at a more relaxed pace. 
  • Certain treatments are not always available on the NHS eg. Teeth whitening
  • Orthodontic treatment for patients over the age of 18 is usually not available on the NHS and invisalign is usually not offered on the NHS

To conclude, NHS dentistry is designed for functional treatments, whereas private dentistry is a combination of both functional and cosmetic treatments. Our dentists will always present your options to you without pressuring you to choose one over the other.

Great King St Dental is a mixed dental practice which means we provide both NHS and Private dental treatments in order to offer our services to as many people as possible. This is because some of the treatments highly demanded are not usually available on the NHS, therefore, we try to accommodate our patients with private options to increase their range of choices.
  • At Great King St Dental, as an NHS patient you will always be treated with the same care as our private patients. The Government however does impose some restrictions that we have to adhere to.
  • NHS treatments need to be functional and not for cosmetic reasons.
  • NHS treatment is designed to be cost effective for the taxpayer and each NHS clinic works with a fixed NHS budget. Hence why we naturally use more cost effective materials and laboratories. 
  • We must follow government guidelines for recalling patients which could mean you may not be entitled to a check up or clean as often as you want. 
  • NHS cleaning is designed to ensure gum health and treat what is clinically necessary such as gum disease and not to specifically remove all stains or for cosmetic reasons. 
  • Appointment availability may be limited. You may not be able to get appointments outside school or work hours. You may also not be able to see more experienced dentists or specialists who choose to work outside the NHS.
  •  Some treatments are not available under the NHS at all or in certain cases eg. cosmetic treatments / dental implants or certain preventative treatments eg. fissure sealants for low decay risk patients.
  •  Tooth whitening is usually not available on the NHS.
  • Cosmetic treatments are not available on the NHS. This means the materials/treatments which produce the best appearance are often not used. Private treatment will always give you the best possible functional but also cosmetic result. 
  • Appointment times are more flexible within private treatment and thus easier to manage with your own lifestyle and needs. 
  • Private treatment allows us complete freedom to provide the very highest standard of treatment with the best possible materials available. We have no funding restrictions like we do with the NHS and therefore, we can focus purely on quality of the treatment. 
  • Longer appointments to allow plenty of time to complete your treatment at a more relaxed pace. 
  • Certain treatments are not always available on the NHS eg. Teeth whitening
  • Orthodontic treatment for patients over the age of 18 is usually not available on the NHS and invisalign is usually not offered on the NHS

To conclude, NHS dentistry is designed for functional treatments, whereas private dentistry is a combination of both functional and cosmetic treatments. Our dentists will always present your options to you without pressuring you to choose one over the other.

What to expect

Your first visit is an essential opportunity for us to get to know you better and learn about your background, requirements, and desires, as well as any concerns you may have regarding your oral health or aesthetic goals. We want to help you keep and improve your smile at Bridge St Dental & Aesthetics. We have a lot of experience effectively treating a wide range of patients who are all extremely happy.

24-28 Bridge St, Aberdeen Ab11 6JJ

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Our staff members are super friendly and approachable. You will be welcomed into our practice and greeted like you are part of the Bridge St Aesthetic and Dental Implant Clinic.

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You will be requested to complete a confidential medical history form to enable us to provide you the safest and most suitable treatment.

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Once called through to our dentist, they will perform a full oral assessment to determine what treatment you require and answering any of your questions. This will be your chance to discuss your desired goals and wishes for your smile.

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After our examination and discussion, we will produce a tailored treatment plan best sutied for you. We offer both NHS treatments and treatments which the NHS may not offer (private treatments).

NHS Registrations are Open.

Please fill out the online registration form below and our friendly reception team will get back to you.

Request to register At our practice