The South Street Dental Centre has been serving the local communities of Hamilton Hill, Freemantle, Booragoon, Myaree, Murdoch, Winthrope, Applecross and Bicton for over 6 years. Our modern, fully equipped surgery is set in a quiet medical centre complex with ample free parking and other services nearby.
Dr. Henry Chan has provided outstanding care to his patients in South Street Dental Centre since taking over its operations in 2005. As a testament to his professional, caring and gentle touch, the surgery attracts patients from as far away as Ellenbrook!
Since gaining a Bachelor of Dental Science from the University of Western Australia, Henry has devoted his professional life to the science and art of implant and prosthetic dentistry; including dental cosmetics, bone grafting and sinus augmentation. His extensive specialist education well exceeds the state’s requirements.
Henry has furthered his studies internationally, with courses taking him to Sydney, London, Paris and Brazil. He recently completed his postgraduate studies at Charles Sturt University in Sydney.
- Postgraduate Oral Implantology with Perio-Implant Europe Ltd (2007-2009)
- Certificate Advanced Bone Grafting and Anatomy, Paris V University (2009)
- Post Graduate Diploma in Oral Implants, University Positivo, Br (2008)
- Graduate of Brener Implant Institute, Sydney (2006-2009)
- Frozen Cadaver Surgical Program, Brener Implant Institute & Bio Horizons (2009)
- Advanced Tissue Management & Implant Procedures with Nobel Biocare (2008)
To complement his studies, Henry also attends industry seminars and professional symposiums locally and internationally. He is professionally affiliated with the following organisations:
- Australian Dental Association (ADA)
- Australia Society of Implant Dentistry
- International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI)
As part of his community work, Henry has provided pro-bono care to patients in Brazil. South Street Dental Centre is also proud to support the Surf Life Saving Foundation.
Henry is married to Tein. They have two children and a dog.
Christine Bowman – Dental Hygienist
Christine has always been passionate about working in the dental industry. After many years as a dental nurse, she achieved an Associate Degree in Dental Hygiene from Curtin University. This enabled her to work even more closely with her patients; to better help them maintain both their oral and overall health. In addition to her hygienist work, Christine also works with an orthodontist.
Christine has helped many of our patients obtain excellent results from in-chair whitening (Zoom) procedure. This treatment compliments her hygiene program and offers a broader service to our patients.
Tania Warneford – Practice Manager
Tania joined South Street Dental Centre with rich experience across a diverse range of dental management practice and patient care procedures. She has worked as a dental nurse in both general and surgical dentistry. Tania is now focused on the day to day operations as well as assisting with patient care and management.
Professional and Experienced Care
We have the privilege of working with some of Western Australia’s most qualified and experienced dentists, hygienists and clinical support staff. Continual education and professional development is part of our practice.
We provide personalised dental care in the form of comprehensive treatment planning, professional advice on the use of appropriate restoration and cosmetic techniques, and payment plans.
Current Technologies and Procedures
We stay abreast of the latest advancement in modern dental technologies and procedures. You’d be amazed at what can be achieved today.
We use a state-of-the-art Digital Imaging X-Ray system which reduces patient exposure to radiation.
High Exacting Standards and Uncompromising Safety
We only use the safest materials. To protect our patients and ourselves, we strictly maintain sterilisation and counter cross-contamination processes using standards recommended by the Australian Dental Association (ADA), the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OHS), and the Centre for Disease Control (CDC).
Make an Appointment Today
Contact us to make an appointment today. If you have a problem now, please don’t ignore it. Something that may be easy to fix today can turn into a serious, more expensive problem if ignored. A lot of the time, things are never as serious as you may imagine them to be – let us help you find out the facts and take control of your dental health.