Our Philosophy of Dentistry
Narromine Shire Dental Surgery, “Your Teeth Should Last a Lifetime – Excellent dental care can assure this. Excellent dentistry is a commitment from both the doctor and the patient. For the doctor it demands a personal commitment to strive for perfection and allow adequate time to do every job right. And, it demands a personal commitment to continuing education that keeps the NSDS Team on the leading-edge of technology. At NSDS Dental your smile is our top priority … and we work hard every-day to earn our patients trust and friendship.”
Dr Mick Jackson grew up in Dubbo NSW and graduated from Sydney University in 1993. Dr Jackson has remained rurally based since graduation working in Coonabarabran, Dubbo, Implants in Dubbo and now Narromine. Dr Jackson excels in all areas of General Dentistry with particular interest in surgery under general anaesthetic, restorative and cosmetic dentistry and dental implants.
When he is not at work Dr Jackson enjoys riding his motor bikes, wood chopping and farming.
Important update: Dr Mick Jackson is unable to take bookings at this time – please check back here for further updates. In the meantime our team of wonderful staff are more than happy to tend to your dental needs during his absence.
Information coming soon.
Cate graduated from Dental Therapy in 2003. As a Dental therapist Cate provides examinations, cleaning and ultrasonic scaling, x-rays, extractions of permanent and deciduous teeth, sealants, stainless steel crowns, dietary and brushing advice.
With over 8 years’ experience and working only with children up to 18 years of age Cate believes in preventative dentistry with a strong focus on early intervention. Cate is heavily involved in her local community, by visiting local schools, preschools, mothers groups and a local breakfast club to do talks on brushing and good dietary habits for the children.
Cate makes the children’s visit to surgery very relaxed and comfortable with a bright and colourful surgery.
Rachel Herbert studied a Bachelor of Oral Health Therapy / Hygiene at Charles Sturt University and has recently returned to the Narromine Shire Dental Surgery following the completion of her degree in 2013.
Growing up in Trangie NSW, Rachel has an excellent understanding of the needs of rural patients. Rachel provides a range of dental services to people of all ages including preventative, hygiene, periodontal and restorative treatment, mouthguards and tooth whitening.
Working in a team environment with fellow clinicians, Rachel contributes to providing an integrated and comprehensive treatment planning approach, catering to the individual needs of each patient.
Rachel aspires to further her studies in the field of dentistry.