Alicia graduated from the University of Adelaide with a Bachelor of Oral Health. Being dual qualified in dental hygiene and dental therapy and with plenty of experience with reputable clinics under her belt, means patients don’t just get high-quality care but they get education as well.
Alicia has delivered a range of oral hygiene services to primary and high schools across South Australia. Alicia assisted second-year uni student’s clinic sessions, as a peer mentor at the University of Adelaide whilst providing respected mentorship and support.
‘Truly, my main objective is patient comfort whilst providing a very gentle and friendly approach. It’s important that I build a rapport as quickly as possible by getting to know them and their history and finding common ground, before I do anything invasive. I want them to know they are important to me.
Seeing patients return and making them feel better is a real highlight to me. As is hearing I’ve done a thorough job.’
When she isn’t in the clinic, Alicia loves to spend time in the gym, going out and trying different restaurants whilst spending time with family and friends.
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