Dr Charlotte Bishop
General Dental Practitioner
Charlotte is a General Dental Practitioner with a special interest in occlusal therapy, which is the study of how the teeth meet and the effects this has on the jaw joints, the muscles and the rest of the body. She has established a strong reputation for helping people with difficult pain conditions and uncomfortable mouths. She works in conjunction with chiropractors and osteopaths and takes referrals from many sources. Her patients report that she has a gentle touch and a caring, empathetic approach. She sets herself very high standards in everything she does.
Charlotte was born in Bristol, trained at the University of Birmingham and returned to Bristol to join the family practice in 2001, after a year working in an NHS practice in Truro. She is a member of the British Society for Occlusal Studies and has studied with the Clinical Foundation of Orthopaedics, Orthodontics & Temporo-Mandibular Dysfunction since 2000.
On the days Charlotte is not treating patients, she loves spending time with her son Arthur. Otherwise, enjoying a broad spectrum of music with her husband Matt, pub quizzes (especially the music round!) and Pilates are her main interests outside of work.