A luxury dental clinic based in Prestwick has combined the worlds of five-star hospitality and dentistry and is now looking to expand its unique services into Europe. 

Haus of Dentistry, which opened its doors in September 2022, has been so successful that its directors, Dr Conor and Adam Morgan, want to expand beyond Ayrshire to offer a VIP-style dental experience to as many people as possible. 

The purpose-built clinic receives clients from not only within the UK, but also from as far afield as Dubai, giving the team confidence to expand its business model across the Channel. 

Adam Morgan, the clinic director, said: “This clinic has been our test tube in a way. We wanted to create something we could play around with a bit, to test our ideas and make sure it would work. 

“Our ultimate goal is to have other clinics like this and we are looking at sites in Europe.” 

Adam previously worked in hospitality as an award-winning business consultant, travelling the world and helping major hotel groups to create magical experiences for their guests. 

Husband Conor, clinical director and an award-winning restorative and cosmetic dentist, had transitioned from NHS dentistry when they met 10 years ago, after realising the corporate practice he worked in didn’t align with his values. 

Adam and Conor decided to combine their experience to bring the fun and glamour of hospitality into the world of dentistry. 

Conor added: “We designed the whole building to be like a hotel, so it doesn’t feel like a dentist when you come in.

"It’s more like a nightclub as you come through the main front corridor where there’s music playing.  

“There’s a scent pumped through the whole building so there’s no dental smell at all. And all the team dress in a very fashion-forward type of way, walking around feeling like a million dollars every day.”   

Adam and Conor are grateful for the support they have received from the Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce and its members. 

Adam said: “Collaboration for me is so important as are relationships. Our motivation for joining the Chamber was to build those relationships with businesses nearby and the Chamber has acted as a conduit between us and them. 

“There were people when we first opened who thought it was going to be too expensive or too posh, and that’s what we were fighting against a little at the beginning.

"But having that link with the Chamber meant we could go and speak to people and tell them about what we have created. It’s helped us build a sense of community.”