Originally hailing from Fife, Cheryl moved to Aberdeen in 2004 to study for an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Science. Following this, Cheryl’s desire to work closely with people led her to enrol on a postgraduate BDS course at Aberdeen University, from where she graduated in 2012.
A spell working in a busy NHS practice in Edinburgh was followed by a return to the Granite City where Cheryl has been providing both NHS and private dental care to a diverse patient base in the city.
Cheryl enjoys all aspect of general dentistry, loves working in a friendly, family environment and gets great satisfaction in building good relationships with patients in order to fully understand their requirements and provide the best possible solutions. She has an excellent manner with children and anxious patients.
Away from the surgery, Cheryl loves the great outdoors and can invariably be found up in the mountains; hiking in the summer months and skiing in the winter. In fact, having recently completed the Great Glen Way long distance walking route which, when added to the West Highland Way that she tackled a couple of years ago, means that Cheryl has walked all 200 miles from Glasgow to Inverness! Closer to home, family and good friends are what is really important to Cheryl.