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Lynn Nash Dental Hygienist

Lynn Nash

Dental Hygienist

BSc Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy University of Birmingham (2009)

GDC 185339


Lynn started as a dental nurse in the Royal Air Force before transitioning to dental therapy, qualifying in Birmingham in 2009. Due to her husband Tom’s RAF career and the need to move every few years, Lynn has worked in numerous locations throughout UK and Scotland before setting in the Borders. While Lynn is a dental therapist and, like Michelle and Abbie, is trained to do ‘fillings’ and baby teeth extractions as well as hygiene care, her practice predominantly focuses on hygiene treatments at The Gentle Touch.

Lynn was born in Stirling. She now lives in Gattonside with her husband and two children, Luke (9) and Emma (6). When Lynn is not wearing her dental scrubs, you’ll find her hill running with her Cocker Spaniel Reggie.


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