Appletree is a long-established, friendly professional dental practice in Glasgow. It has a great reputation for cosmetic dentistry, particularly dental implants but also provides more routine dentistry both privately and on the NHS. New patients - even those who have not visited a dentist for many years - are made very welcome and are usually offered a free initial consultation to discuss their pressing dental needs.
No pain and super friendly staff! I am no longer scared of visiting the dentist - Angelika, Glasgow patient
(BDS Glasgow) 1992
Dr Murphy is principal dentist at Appletree Dental Care. He haslong had a special interest in cosmetic dentistry including clear braces, metal free crowns and bridgework and porcelain veneers, having completed several hundred smile makeovers in the last few years.
Dr Murphy’s main concern is giving patients a smile they are happy with whilst maintaining the focus on dental health.
Read about his Top 10 developments in modern dentistry.
Originally from Northern Ireland Dr Kirke studied dentistry at Glasgow University.
He has a particular interest in helping nervous dental patients and also takes great pride in his work in the field of cosmetic dentistry.
He introduces himself in this short video.
(BDS FDRCS (Eng))
Anjali provides treatment under conscious sedation for patients of Appletree Dental Care.
Shei qualified from University of Glasgow in 1990 and undertook 3 further years of training in oral surgery.
Anjali also carries out more complex oral surgery procedures at Glasgow Dental Hospital and is involved in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students.
(BDS 2000 MFDS RCS DPDS)
Dr Rennie has a special interest in orthodontics and is Clearstep, Inman Aligner and Six Month Smiles accredited.
We refer many cases of children's orthodontics to Dr Rennie due to his vast experience in this field. He is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh).
We are pleased to accept referrals from other dental practices for both dental implants and orthodontic treatment.
Dr Murphy on accepting dentist referrals:
I've often came up against patients with a negative regard for the pricing and ambiguity or complexity of planning amongst our profession. We have worked hard on this and you'll find our reward at the top of a Google search for dentist Glasgow prices.
We take referrals from approx 12-14 practices and 22-25 dental principals or associates. We are not an all implant practice and many cases are heavy wear or reconstructive, mixed ortho and porcelain. I use a lot of NT alternative splints, generally well tolerated, retainers (using ESSIX material, must be essix for durability in those cases) are a good alternative.
I am not a specialist. We don't advertise for referrals but I tend to stumble on new and interested referral sources. I've been practicing in the Glasgow area for 26 years. I've never had a patient complaint that involved the GDC, never a warning or hearing- although await the day when someone may try and change that....it seems so litigious out there!
If referred patients ask to stay here after treatment is completed we say no.
If you want to be involved in treatment or attend, use photos we say yes!
Referrals can be made by telephone, email, post, fax or by using our contact form. Patients can usually be seen within two weeks.
You do not need to be a Glasgow dentist to contact us. We accept referrals from all over Scotland
Here at Appletree Dental Care we work hard to ensure that we meet the expectations of our patients. We want you to be happy with the service you receive from us and we take any concerns that you may have with anything very seriously. Our Practice complaints procedure has been put in place to allow us to handle any complaints to a high standard.
If you have concerns regarding any area of care you have received from us please contact Brendan Murphy or Andrena Grant in writing:
Apple Tree Dental Care
3 Crow Road
You can also send an email through our practice contact form. If you are not satisfied with our response, you can get in touch with The Scottish Public Services by writing to:The Scottish Public Services
4 Melville Street
Tel: 0800 337 7330
Or contact the Dental Complaints Service through their website.