Mrs Isabelle Holroyd

Mrs Isabelle Holroyd  Tel: 020 3456 1273
Fax: 020 3456 2329

Eastman Dental Hospital

Paediatric dentistry

Professional background

BSC (Hons ) 1985 Bio Sci Leic Univ, BDS  1989 UCLH, FDS (RCSEng) 1993, GDC Specialist list 1999, FDS Paed dent Intercollegiate 2000, Consultant posts : Beds and Luton Primary care Trust 2001, Guys hospital (Locum) 2002-3, UCLH- Eastman dental 2003- present. Currently part time, private practice bedford 2000- 2013, Honorary lecturer UCL Certificate courses Sedation in Dentistry and Paediatric dentistry.

Research interests

Anxious patients, inhalation sedation


Professor G.B. Winter, J.R. Goodman, I. Holroyd
“Children are losing their teeth.”Letter BMJ 1993;    306:1544

I. Holroyd, Dr N. Lench, Professor G.B. Winter
“Amelogenesis imperfecta in Triplets - a Unique Family Record”
British Dental Journal 1995; 178: 465

I. Holroyd, K.E.Harley
“Resin Retained Bridges - a provision analysis for paediatric patients”
(1992-1994). British Society of Dental Research 1996 Abstract Conference supplement.

I.Holroyd, D.C.Rule
“Adenomatoid Odontogenic Tumour in a 12 year old boy.”
International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 1997; 7: 101

I.Holroyd, G.J.Roberts
Contribution to “Dental Phobia” BDA Factfile Editor: S Lindsay
Institute of Psychiatry King’s College Hospital May 1998.

I. Holroyd, M. Dillon, G.J. Roberts
“Gorham’s Syndrome- A Case (including dental presentation) of Vanishing Bone disease”
Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology and Endodontics 2000; 89: 125-9
I Holroyd, KE Harley
“New patient referrals to a hospital dental department” Abstract International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 1999; 9: 83

I. Holroyd, G.J.Roberts
“Inhalation Sedation with Nitrous Oxide – A Review”
Dental Update 2000; 27: 141-146

I. Holroyd
“Conscious Sedation with Nitrous Oxide – A useful technique.”  Dental Practice June 2000.

“Inhalation sedation with nitrous oxide in paediatric dentistry: a review”
Dental Nursing March 2007 3 No.2 68-70

“Conscious sedation in paediatric dentistry. A short review of the current UK guidelines and the technique of inhalational sedation with nitrous oxide” Paediatric Anaesthesia 2008 18.13-17

N.Bhatt, I.Holroyd
“Generalised idiopathic root resorption. A case report”.
International Journal Paediatric Dentistry2008; 18: 146-153

GMC/GDC number: 65075