Peter Murray B.D.S (Principal)
Peter trained at St Barts and the Royal London hospital and gained his dental degree in 1998. He worked in London for a year and then Edinburgh where he completed his vocational training. Peter owned and ran a successful dental practice in Morningside, Edinburgh for 7 years until he had the desire to return to the highlands to bring up his family. Now settled on the Black Isle and enjoying life in Easter Ross Peter is delighted and excited to be setting up a new dental practice in the beautiful seaside town of North Kessock.
He is a very experienced practitioner with interests in dental and facial cosmetics and rehabilitation. Restoring a beautiful smile is a passion!
When he’s not in surgery he may be found trying to play better golf or fishing on river and loch.
Linda Best graduated from Manchester University in 2001 then worked for 11 years in Edinburgh and Fife. In 2012 she moved up to the Inverness area with her husband and family. She has spent the last 3 years working in Dingwall before deciding to set up a practice in North Kessock.
As a mother of two she has all the attributes for dealing with children and has a special interest dealing with anxious patients, helping people relax and enjoy their visit to the practice.
With 14 years in general dentistry she has extensive experience and is happy to provide a wide range of treatments to meet your needs.
Mari Dabjen B.D.S (Associate)
Mari graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2015. She spent 2 years working in a busy dental practice in Fife. During this time she also expanded her skills working in the Paediatric Dental Department in Edinburgh, helping children feel at ease and enjoy their visit to the Dentist. Mari also worked in the Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Fort Valley Royal Hospital where she developed and interest in oral surgery; in particular removal of wisdom teeth. She gained membership to the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow in 2017 and enjoys learning new skills to improve her patient care.
Mari moved to the Highlands in August 2017 to join the practice. When she’s not at work she will likely be in the mountains, bagging a Munro or rock climbing.