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Dr Jeffery Lamb

Dr Jeffery Lamb

Associate Dentist

Maven Dental Robina welcomed Dr Jeffery Lamb to the practice as a Clinical Lead in 2015. Originally from the UK, Dr Lamb had initially qualified as a Medical Laboratory Scientist before pursuing a career in dentistry. He graduated from a University in Manchester with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery in 1989 before returning to complete his Master of Science in 1991. He undertook lecturing and dental research positions before moving into private practice, co-owning a practice in the UK with his wife prior to moving to Australia.

As a dentist, Dr Lamb is committed to caring for his patients and gets great satisfaction when he sees his patients' oral health improve. He is highly experienced across all areas of general dentistry however has particular interests in restorative procedures, periodontology and adult orthodontic treatments. Dr Lamb also enjoys the more challenging restorative cases and finds great joy in transforming a patient's mouth.

Keeping across the latest developments in the field of dentistry, Dr Lamb continually attends post graduate courses, and reads journals covering all aspects of dental surgery and medicine. With interests in adult orthodontic treatments he is also looking forward to furthering his studies in the near future.

Away from the practice, Dr Lamb holds interests in martial arts (karate, Ju-Jitsu, Brazilian Ju-Jitsu), physics, and world politics. He also enjoys spending quality time with his family, especially watching his four sons play soccer.

Dr Jeffery Lamb is part of the following associations:
  • Australian Dental Association

 

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BREAKING THE BAD TEETH CYCLE

With a high number of tooth decay cases in Gold Coast toddlers and children, parents are being advised to take great care.

Tooth decay can be a very painful experience and can often result in the loss of teeth prematurely which can affect a child’s speech, function and the growth pattern of the permanent teeth, according to Dr Jeanette Lamb BDS MSc from Maven Dental Robina.

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