Oral Health Therapist
Lisa become an oral health therapist and she has always loved working with people and has a strong interest in health. She graduated with a Bachelor of Oral Health from the University of Newcastle in 2011 becoming a dental hygienist and then returned to the University of Newcastle to graduate with a Bachelor of Oral Health Therapy in 2019 to become an oral health therapist. Lisa is also a member of the Australian Dental and Oral Health Therapists Association (ADOHTA) and the Dental Hygienists Association Australia (DHAA).
She brings with her a wealth of experience including running the “Senior Smiles” oral health program in an aged care facility. She also enjoys the preventive side of dentistry. Lisa loves working out why oral health issues are happening and finding ways to prevent further issues from occurring in each patient. Lisa is also passionate about working with children and patients who may be nervous or anxious about dental treatment and finding ways to ensure they enjoy a positive dental experience.
When not keeping her patients smiles healthy Lisa likes to spend time with her family and two dogs, heading out for trivia night with friends and catching up on a good TV series. She’s also a keen Rabbitohs fan and scuba diver.