DR BILL DIEBERTDr. Bill Diebert

Bill is a dedicated practitioner and has been a dentist on the Central Coast for more  than 30 years. Bill completed his Bachelor of Dentistry at the University of Sydney and continues to be an obsessive post-graduate course attendee with a long-term hobby interest in Dentistry for the Aging.

Bill is extremely community minded. He is a regular provider of dental volunteer days and looks forward to his 2 weeks each year in Walgett with the Aboriginal Medical Service.

If you’re up early enough you’ll see Bill going for his all year round morning run and swim.

 

 

DR NICK WILDINGDr. Nick Wilding

Nick grew up on the Central Coast where he studied at Central Coast Grammar School. He attended the University of Sydney where he completed a Bachelor of Medical Science followed by a Bachelor of Dentistry.

Nick has a genuine empathy and caring nature, which, along with his soft touch and gentle manner make the dental experience much more pleasant.

Nick enjoys getting out in the water for a surf as well as going for regular dives. He is a big sports fan, he especially loves his footy and cricket.

 

 

DR TOM HALLDr. Tom Hall

Tom is a fourth generation dentist and is passionate about his profession. Tom graduated in Medical Science at Sydney University before starting the Post Graduate Dental program at the same university, completing his degree in 2009.

Tom realises the importance of further education and regularly attend seminars locally and overseas to stay up to date with the latest advances in dental science and technology. Tom's special interests in dentistry include implantology, crown and bridge work and oral surgery along with all aspects of general dentistry.

Apart from Tom's passion for dentistry he is a keen surfer, basketballer and tries his best to keep up with folks at Body Movement Gym. The loves of Tom’s life are his wife Gemma and his dog Boris.

If you are looking for a dentist on the Central Coast that are locals then come and see one of our team!

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