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BDA Scotland

We provide first local point of contact for BDA members living and working in Scotland, as well as providing strategic support and advice to BDA committees in Scotland.

Fees guide - ​BDA Scotland Fees Guide 2018 - 19

Blogs and opinion - Our latest blogs are available to read online


News and press releases


BDA Scotland 2.5% uplift fails to take account of rising expenses


Scotland's dentists express concern over plans for improving oral health


PSD update on eOrthodontic eDental Programme

HPV vaccinations for boys in Scotland - why a catch-up programme is needed
​16/07/19New quality improvement arrangements for dentists in Scotland
​04/07/19Scotland's public health minister admits waits for hospital dental treatment are 'unacceptable'


BDA Urges Dentists in Scotland to take part in Expenses Exercise

​04/06/19BDA Scotland welcomes new occupational health service for dentists


Scotland's Hospital Dentists get access to Dr Diary Job Planning App


Oral Cancer: Why Early Detection is Key

​03/04/19Getting a Fairer Deal for Dentists in Scotland: Making the Case for Pay Uplifts



BDA Scotland response Health and Sport Committee-Primary Care Inquiry Phase 2

BDA response to SG Consultation-Clinical Pathway for Children and Young People who have disclosed sexual abuse

BDA response to GDC Corporate Strategy consultation July 2019
BDA response to GDC consultation on the principles of specialist listing April 2019 final
HIS: IHC Consultation: Complaints Procedure for Providers and Complainants
​National Patient Safety Strategy for the NHS - NHS Improvement

​BDA Scotland

Forsyth House, 
Lomond Court, 
Castle Business Park 
FK9 4TU​​​

Tel: 01786 476040

​Staff based in ​Scotland​​

Dr Phil Grigor

​BDA Scotland National Director
Elaine BrucePolicy Advisor
Nicola KayaPolicy Advisor
David Paul​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.