GDC Number: 61837
Our Practice Principal, Fiona Davidson, graduated from the Royal London Hospital in 1986.
After two years working in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at the Royal London, St Mary’s and The Eastman Hospitals in London, Fiona moved into General Dental practice.
In 2007, Fiona bought the existing practice at 4, Glasgow Road, and so SmilePlus Dental Care was born. In the same year, Fiona became the Official Dentist to the Scottish Rugby Union, which involves delivering general and emergency dental care to the professional and academy players, and the provision of custom-made mouth guards.
Over the years, Fiona’s love of Sports Dentistry has grown and, as well as the Scotland Rugby stars, she also looks after the dental health of International athletes, swimmers, hockey players & boxers.
Fiona is also a trained Invisalign® Gold dentist, and enjoys providing this adult-friendly teeth straightening treatment. She is an experienced provider of facial aesthetic treatments including anti-wrinkle and dermal filler treatments, and has trained in advanced techniques.
Fiona lives in East Lothian with her Springer Spaniel, Poppy, and has three grown up children.
" I couldn't thank Fiona and everyone at SmilePlus Dental enough for their help over the last two years. They have made the whole process of Invisalign so easy and straight forward for me. It "
" Smileplus give me fast and efficient service. They are friendly and have done a great job in looking after my teeth. I am really pleased with the results of the Six Month Smiles and would highly recommend it to anyone. "
" I have had three years of freedom with my new implants. They have given me back my life and restored my self-confidence. No longer do I worry about eating or meeting new people. I would certainly recommend anyone to undergo the procedure to begin to live life to the full once again! "
" SmilePlus has completely changed the way I think about, and care for, my teeth and gums. Fiona, Assunta and the rest of the team take a lot of time to detail what is required for the ‘teeth for life’ objective, with crystal clear explanations of the benefits. "