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Introducing the Clyde Munro Clinical Support Team 

We recently expanded our Clinical Support Team, which we are delighted to introduce below.

Published: 22 April 2024

Callum Graham

Chief Clinical Officer

Callum graduated from Newcastle Dental School in 1999, having changed careers from engineering. He bought his first practice in 2004 extending this to 3 practices over the next 8 years, developing a keen interest in new technologies within implant, laser and digital dentistry. He is a previous Vocational Trainer and still has close ties with helping new graduates and young dentists develop their skills and discover the joys of dentistry. Callum has had extensive training in dental implantology and is now a Key Opinion Leader, trainer and mentor in this field. He also trains and mentors in sedation techniques, smile design and makeovers, cosmetic dentistry and the planning and delivery of digital treatments. In 2015 he decided to return to full-time dentistry and sell his practices to concentrate on patient care and clinical dentistry. He sold his last practice to Clyde Munro in 2019 and will continue to split his time between clinical care and his duties as Chief Clinical Officer and Head of Advanced Dentistry for the group. 

David McColl

Senior Clinical Advisor

Dr David McColl qualified from Glasgow University in 1987 and worked as an associate for 3 years before purchasing two practices in Glasgow. After operating both for 14 years, he decided to concentrate his efforts on one of the businesses, which now has five surgeries and provides care for 13,000 patients. David has been active in dental politics for more than 20 years and is currently the chair of The Scottish Dental Practice Committee, which represents all non-salaried dental practitioners in negotiations and discussions with Scottish Government in relation to the delivery of NHS dentistry. He is vice chair of the GP subcommittee of the local dental committee and area dental committee of Greater Glasgow and Clyde. David is also a board member of the Scottish Public Pensions Authority.  

John Cameron

Senior Clinical Advisor

After working in oral surgery and general dental practice as an associate and practice owner and working with Dental Protection, John Cameron became a dental adviser at MDDUS and then senior dental adviser at PSD. He has extensive experience in dental practice regulations and recently retired from his role as a senior clinical Lecturer at the University of Aberdeen Dental Institute, where he was the lead for Law, Ethics, Professionalism and Management. John assists overseas dentists as they join Clyde Munro, particularly with regard to GDC, NHS Regulations and is involved in the VT equivalence programme. He is also Chairman of the Dentists’ Health Support Trust. 

Angela Harkins

Regional Clinical Support Manager

Dr Angela Harkins is a Glasgow graduate in both Dentistry and Medical Law and Ethics with a passion for dentistry and supporting colleagues as a clinician and adviser. While a practice principal of 16 years, Angela worked as a dentolegal advisor for indemnity organisations for over 11 years. An interest in managing anxious patients led to a postgraduate qualification in Sedation/Hypnosis and Angela is an accredited Sedation Mentor with the RCS (Eng). Currently, Angela combines her role as a Clinical Teaching Fellow and lecturer in Medical Law, Ethics and Professionalism in Dentistry, at the University of Glasgow with being an examiner Faculty of Forensic Law and Medicine. Supporting colleagues in different roles including being an LDC member while in practice and having represented West Coast of Scotland at the GDP Subcommittee of BDA, the varied roles have allowed an insight into the challenges facing dentists today. Angela also enjoys the opportunity to support the clinical journey of dental associates and colleagues at Clyde Munro. 

Bruce Duguid

Regional Clinical Support Manager

Dr Bruce Duguid has been working in dentistry for 28 years, having gained experience in oral surgery, orthodontics and general practice. He has been a VT trainer and worked within dental politics, and is also now working in general practice in the Scottish Borders. Since joining Clyde Munro, Bruce has become a Regional Support Manager. 

Charlie Evans

Regional Clinical Support Manager

Having qualified from Dundee in 1998, Charlie completed the pilot GPT scheme where newly qualified dentists worked in General Practice, Hospital (EDEC) and Community over two years. Charlie then spent a few years in private practices before moving to the Scottish Borders, where he purchased a mixed practice. During his 17 years of practice ownership, he was a VT trainer for 12 years and has also worked in a specialist referral practice for the past 4 years. Charlie has also developed a special interest in Sports dentistry. 

Sarah Lindsay

Regional Clinical Support Manager

Dr Sarah Lindsay graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2011, completing a postgraduate MFDS RCPS (Glas) in 2013. She has since worked in a variety of independent and corporate practices around Glasgow and spent four years as a Vocational Trainer. Sarah joined Sandgate Dentistry in Ayr as an associate in 2022 and is now another valuable member of the Clyde Munro Clinical Support Team. 

Aisling Hanly

Regional Clinical Support Manager

Aisling qualified from Dundee in 1997, setting up a multi-award-winning dental practice in 2012. She is a clinical trainer in facial aesthetics and one of the first dentists in Scotland to receive the quality assurance mark from the regulatory body IHAS. Aisling has also completed advanced training in anatomy and managing non-surgical treatment complications at the RCS (Eng). She is an aesthetic practitioner and mentor for Clyde Munro as part of the Clinical Support Team. 

Mary Smith

Senior Clinical Support

Mary Smith started her career as a trainee dental nurse, before moving into practice management. After the practice joined the Clyde Munro group, Mary had the opportunity to further expand her responsibilities into a multi-practice management role. She joined the Clinical Support Team in 2020 and has since provided valuable advice to colleagues regarding complaints handling and compliance. 


We are proud of the supportive culture we have built across Clyde Munro and strive to maintain this reputation for many years to come. Our Clinical Support Team is just one example of how we make sure we’re here for our professionals.

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