Dental Hygienist Bristol

Your oral hygiene is vitally important

dental hygienist in bristol - Queen Square Dental Clinic
Good looking healthy teeth need a strong foundation, so good gum health is an essential component of a stunning smile.

Regular preventative care with a dental hygienist can maintain healthy gums, fresh breath and the natural whiteness of the teeth. It also means potential problems are spotted early, saving money in the long run.

Having the gums checked regularly is increasingly important in light of the current research linking gum health to general health and the connection between oral health and conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and stroke.

Dental Hygienist Prices
£58.00 (30 minutes)
£105.00 (1 hour)
If you wish to visit the hygienist and are not registered with the dentist you will need a DIRECT ACCESS Appointment – 1 hour for your first visit – charged at £100

Our Dental Hygienists

If you are looking for a dental hygienist in Bristol, even if you have a regular dentist who has no hygienist, then please contact us to see one of the following:

Jennifer Hall

Dip Hyg - (GDC No 103759)

Jennifer qualified as a dental hygienist from Bristol University Dental Hospital in 2006, winning the General Dental Council ‘Prize for Professionalism’in that year. Shortly after, she returned to the hospital to work as a staff hygienist for patients with cancers of the head and neck. She served as a trustee for the British Dental Health Foundation, and also spent five years working at a specialist periodontal practice treating patients with advanced gum disease, alongside working at Queen Square Dental & Implant Clinic for the past nine years.

Jennifer is member of the teaching staff at Bristol Dental Hospital, involved in the training and supervision of student dental hygienists. In addition to this, she also lectures at postgraduate level in the south-west and beyond.

Catherine Owers

Dip Hyg - (GDC 180960)

Catherine attended Bristol University at the Dental Hospital where she qualified as a Dental Hygienist in 2012. Prior to the course she lived in Cornwall where she worked as a dental nurse for five years. She is highly motivated and passionate about oral health and strives to treat patients to the highest standard. Her particular interest includes treating patients with special needs as she finds it challenging yet very rewarding.

Catherine retains professional membership with the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy and the Dental Health journal.