Our oral health therapists and hygienists are dedicated to helping you achieve and maintain optimal dental health. Many of our patients actually look forward to seeing the hygiene team every six months.
Born and raised in Gladstone, Sam moved to Brisbane in 2006 to commence her studies at the University of Queensland. Graduating in 2008, with a bachelor in Oral Health, she joined the team at Coopers Plains. Sam enjoys all aspects of dental hygiene and has a special interest in children’s dental therapy and also attends Oral Therapy Conferences. When not at work she enjoys playing basketball & netball and relaxing with family and friends.
Alice grew up in the windy city of Wellington, New Zealand and relocated to sunny Brisbane in 2007 where she completed her high school studies and moved onto a Bachelor of Oral Health at the University of Queensland, graduating in 2013. Alice enjoys seeing kids and families – ensuring they start off with positive dental experiences. Growing up in a family that simply adores travel and culture, Alice continues to share this passion of exploring the world and loves having chats with her patients exchanging travel stories and experiences! During her free time, she enjoys going on food-ventures with her friends, movies and hanging out with her beagle, Indy
Nicola has forsaken the grey skies of England to come and provide hygiene services at CPDG. Emigrating with her husband in 2005 from Manchester, the couple has set about establishing a new life in Australia with other family members also moving to Brisbane. Nicola has been working as a Dental hygienist for over 11 years now. The aspects of Oral Hygiene that Nicola enjoys are Oral Health education, gum care (periodontal disease) and fissure seals for children. Nicola and her family enjoy going to the beach, parks and all the great activities available for families. Nicola and her husband have been successful in becoming Australian citizens.
Raised in Toowoomba, Kylie moved to Sydney in 2002, where she later completed her Bachelor of Oral Health through the University of Newcastle. After she completed her degree in 2007, Kylie and her husband decided to return to Queensland to be closer to their families. Kylie Joined the CPDG team in August of 2008 and continues to work part time and enjoys while also raising her two small children.