Qualifications, Training & Memberships:
- BDS (1997; Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital, London)
Years Practising: 22 years
Years with RDI: 7th year; (Started: March 2014)
Location and Hours:
Dental Innovations on Sternberg
- Monday (8:30am-5:30pm),
- Tuesday (8:30am-5:30pm),
- Thursday (8:30am-5:30pm),
- Friday (8:30am-5pm).
About Dr. Reece:- Dr. Reece is based in the gold surgery at Dental Innovations on Sternberg. Working four days a week, Dr. Reece enjoys all aspects of dentistry, especially Root Canal Treatments and children’s dentistry.
Over the years Dr. Reece has developed a special interest in the treatment of anxious patients and children, helping them to overcome dental phobia and thereby improve their dental health. Dr. Reece is able to guide her patient’s through their nervous tensions and achieve the results those patients deserve but may not been able to otherwise achieve.
Dr. Reece is our frontline provider for the Nitrous Oxide system now up and running at Dental Innovations on Sternberg. Commonly called laughing gas, Nitrous Oxide has been used in the dental industry for decades and is able to provide relief from dental anxiety and discomfort for dental procedures. This colourless, slightly sweet, non-irritating gas can be suitable for adults and children as young as 6.
Dr. Reece is also an accredited provider of the Inman aligner system. This removable orthodontic system has wide spread use in the Europe and North America and is a rapidly growing part of the Australian and New Zealand dental/orthodontic landscape.
Dr. Reece is also a member of the Bendigo Dental Implants team. Dr. Reece is able to restore implants, such as placing the crowns on the implants.
Dr. Reece joined the team at Robertson Dental Innovations in 2014, moving from the UK to join our group. Dr. Reece had previously worked in regional Victoria and Spain as well as the UK. Dr. Reece and her husband (Gordon, a published author) are enjoying their new lives in Bendigo.
Dental Tip from Dr. Reece:-
Dr Reece’s advice to patients is to stay sugar free between meals. Sugar causes tooth decay and it’s in nearly everything we eat and drink but, if we give our mouths time to recover, the harmful effects can be reduced. Ideally, you should give your mouth a rest from sugars for 3 hours – beware the ‘No Added Sugar’ label on fruit juices because they contain fruit sugars which are just as bad for you teeth – save them for meal times!