Rob Smith – Dentist
Rob has been working as a Dentist in Wellington since 1995. His special interests are in cosmetic dentistry and replacing missing teeth. Rob has trained with some of the world’s most prominent Cosmetic Dentists and has devoted countless hours in the perfection of his craft. Wellington Dentists is fast becoming known as the Wellington area’s leading place for people who want excellence in cosmetic dentistry, teeth implants and cosmetic dental surgery.
Mel Fox – Dental Hygienist
Mel graduated as a Dental Hygienist from Otago Dental School in 1998. She has since developed a special interest in teeth whitening and has attended many courses to enable her to provide the most up to date technology in the world today. She also provides dental hygiene to her many loyal patients.
Judy Petrie – Dentist
Judy joined the practice in 2009 after six years of private practice both in Wellington and also Dunedin as well as two years spent teaching dental students at Witten Herdecke University in Germany. Judy practices general dentistry but also has a special interest in cosmetic dentistry, including Porcelain Veneers, Invisalign and Teeth Whitening.
Christie Holmes – Dentist
Christie Joined us in June 2011. After first doing a stint up north, Wellington born and bred Christie has been working in Wellington since 2008. Her interests are general dentistry with a special interest in Endodontics and Cosmetic dentistry.
Jane Lambert – Dentist
I graduated from Otago University, and I have been practicing in wellington since 1994. After an initial stint at Hutt Hospital, I have worked solely in private practice. I opened my own very successful business at The Wellington Dental Practice and built up my practice as “No Pain Jane”. With the chaos of having 3 children I sold my practice to devote more time to my children. I am excited to join Rob and his Team as a full time dentist. I enjoy all aspects of dentistry. Outside of work my hobbies include cycling, short triathlons, skiing and of course, my wonderful children!
Jen Blakemore – Dental Hygienist
I graduated as a Dental Hygienist 1999. I am a passionate and committed Dental Hygienist. Having treated a wide variety of clientele over the years, it is my aim that my patients understand what is happening in their mouths regarding their gum health. I like to educate them to understand their gum disease and the importance of achieving and maintaining a healthy mouth.
Clare Thomson – Dentist
I graduated from Dundee Dental School in 2002. The following five years I spent working in Glasgow and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, gaining a postgraduate certificate from Glasgow Dental School in 2005. I then traveled to New Zealand in 2008 and have been based in the Coolest Little Capital ever since. I using a range of preventative and restorative techniques in my practice and enjoy the technical aspect of Dentistry. I especially enjoy working with anxious patients, taking time to make my patients feel at ease and enabling them to understand their oral health needs and treatment plans.
Raj Rajpal – Dentist
Raj spent 2 years as Dental house surgeon at Lower Hutt hospital. His role involved a combination of facial and dental trauma, serious dental infections and other emergencies relating to the mouth and face. Raj completed his post graduate training in Oral Surgery at the University of Sydney with a special interest in teeth implants. This involved not only clinical and theoretical learning but also lecturing and examining the undergraduate students.
James English – Dentist
James graduated with credit in a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from Otago in 2012. With Wellington Dentists up to date approach to dentistry, James is enthusiastic about providing high quality treatment to his patients using the latest evidence-based approach to his procedures. James enjoys being supported by a practice with highly skilled and passionate dentists of which there is a wealth of knowledge to draw upon. James has always been aware that a lot of people associate the dentist with pain and has some great ways to make your experience as pain free as possible. In fact, most patients go away thinking it was a lot less painful than they thought it was going to be.
Lisa Bailey – Dental Hygienist