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OUR TEAM & PATIENT INFORMATION

Meet the most caring dentists in Mawson

Your first choice for dental care in Canberra

Professional, comfortable care is the focus for  Mawson Dental Care . We provide a relaxing environment where you will feel welcome, safe, and at ease while ensuring your ongoing dental health.
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Dr Peter Walmsley

General Dentist

Dr Walmsley has a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (1978) and a Master of Dental Surgery (1994) from the University of Adelaide. Upon graduation, Dr Walmsley served in the Royal Australian Army Dental Corps for 17 years after which he purchased Mawson Dental Care.
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Dr Robert Honeybone

General Dentist

Dr Honeybone has a Bachelor of Oral Health in Dental Science and a Graduate Diploma in Dentistry - Griffith University (Gold Coast).   He has a special interest in cosmetic dentistry.
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Dr Michael Back

General Dentist

Dr Back has a Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Adelaide.

Our dental hygienists are an integral part of our dental team. We aim to help you keep your teeth for a lifetime. Therefore, preventative dental care is of utmost importance.

Our dental hygienists are an integral part of our dental team. We aim to help you keep your teeth for a lifetime. Therefore, preventative dental care is of utmost importance.

Ms Annika Johansson - Hygienist

Annika is a registered Dental Hygienist. Annika has been practicing clinical dental hygiene since 1991 and has been with Mawson Dental Care since 1997.

Ms Michelle Williams - Hygienist

Michelle is a registered Dental Hygienist. Michelle has been practicing clinical dental hygiene since 1998. She worked at Mawson Dental Care in 2001 and has re-joined us in 2008.

Support Staff

We have six excellent support staff.

Our patient coordinator is Helen and Tanya is our practice manager. Both have extensive dental experience and look forward to helping you.

Louise is our Administration Manager and Katy, Dee, Sunday and Verity and are our Clinical Assistants.

All our support staff work closely with our practitioners, and their role is pivotal in ensuring our practice provides the very best dental care to our patients.

For more information about our dental practice, or to book, please speak to our friendly team in Mawson today. 

Information for patients


Practice Policies


Infection Control

Mawson Dental Care is committed to implementing infection control systems to prevent and manage healthcare associated infections.


Cosmetic Disease

Through advances in modern dental materials and techniques; the shape, color, and alignment of your teeth can be improved to give you the smile you've always wanted.


Dentures

Many people believe that once they have dentures, they no longer need regular dental care because they don't have any teeth. Denture wearers require regular check-ups and maintenance to ensure their health, comfort, and appearance.


Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is the major cause of tooth loss in adults. Because early periodontal disease is painless and shows few symptoms, patients are often unaware that there is a problem. For this reason, regular dental visits are essential for the early diagnosis and treatment of gum disease.


Implants

For people who have lost teeth, implants provide artificial teeth that look more natural and feel more secure. Implants can be used to replace a single missing tooth or support a bridge, full dentures or partial dentures.


Prevention

Prevention and early detection are key in avoiding costly and painful dental treatment. Prevention begins with the control of plaque and calculus, the main cause of decay and gum disease.


Restoring Damaged Teeth

Unfortunately, teeth damaged by decay or injury will not heal like most other tissues in the body. They require an artificial material to replace and restore the damaged tooth structure.


Root Canal Therapy

If a tooth's pulp (nerve and blood supply) become infected or inflamed, root canal treatment is often the only way to save the tooth.



Teeth Removal

The goal of modern dentistry is to prevent tooth loss; however, there are situations in which extraction is the only course of treatment.

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