Jeremy is an ideal fit for patients who have higher expectations of quality, value and longevity.

Dr Jeremy Bywater BDS (Otago)


Jeremy was born and bred in New Zealand and graduated from the Otago School of Dentistry in 2000. After four years of private practice on the North Shore Jeremy moved to the UK where he spent ten years working in Oxford and London, returning to New Zealand with his wife and two young sons in 2015.

While abroad Jeremy has attended a number of courses in modern dental techniques and has furthered his dental studies at the world renowned Dawson Academy in London which focuses on comprehensive dental care to create beautiful smiles that are functional whilst preserving natural tooth structure, and which patients can maintain for years to come. This has inspired Jeremy’s particular interest in the re-building of broken down or uncomfortable bites, and how simple interventions can prevent future tooth wear and damage. Jeremy is dedicated to extensive, on-going training and strives for excellence, ensuring his dental capabilities are both diverse and specialised.

Jeremy believes that tooth decay, gum disease, and cracked or worn teeth are all preventable, and is committed to working with you to create a preventative plan that is tailored to your needs. During treatment Jeremy will provide a relaxed and comfortable environment and will involve you every step of the way in the decision making progress. Jeremy prides himself on his attention to detail and the part of his job that Jeremy enjoys most is helping patients achieve great looking teeth that are comfortable and can be maintained for years to come.

Outside of work Jeremy loves outdoor sports, particularly on the water or snow, and travelling to some of the amazing spots around the country with his wife and two young sons. Previously a musician Jeremy still keeps his hand in on the drums, and is always keen to hear about any good books or films.

Jeremy is registered with the New Zealand Dental Council, and is a member of the New Zealand Dental Association, the Auckland Dental Association, and the New Zealand Society for Sedation in Dentistry.