Quality and affordable dental services throughout the East Coast Bays and North Shore
At Greville Dental we aim to offer the highest standard of dental healthcare at affordable prices in the East Coast Bays.
We have the skills and resources to provide an extensive range of dental services from crowns and implants to root canal and periodontal treatments – We are passionate about dentistry and committed to ensure you get the best professional service possible in a relaxed and stress-free environment. We are all multilingual and aim to assist all patients in their home language.
Colin graduated from the University of Pretoria in 1992 and moved to New Zealand in 2008. He lived in the UK for a number of years and completed multiple modules of postgraduate training in Implant surgery and Periodontal Disease treatment. These were completed in South Africa, the United Kingdom, Portugal (Clinica Malo) and Germany (in-house residency under Dr Giesenhagen). Colin is also fluent in Afrikaans.
Mickey graduated from Otago University and also worked as a house surgeon in Dunedin Hospital where he gained valuable experience in emergency dentistry. Mickey returned to the North Shore, where he grew up and has been a valued member of our clinical team for a number of years now. He is relaxed, approachable and believes in providing quality care that caters to each individuals’ needs and budget. Mickey has recently completed further training in orthodontics and is a registered "Progressive Orthodontic" provider. Mickey is also fluent in Mandarin and Cantonese.
Kazu Eketone-Te Kanawa
Kazu graduated from the University of Otago in 2009 and is qualified as both an oral hygienist and dental therapist. She also assists our Japanese patients if translation is required.
Annetjie van den Berg
Annatjie also graduated at the University of Pretoria, in South Africa, and emigrated to New Zealand in 2006. She joined us when we relocated to our current premises in 2014.
Annetjie loves dealing with people of all ages and cultures. In her opinion, it’s never too late to start looking after your oral health – she’s seen it all and she’s ready to help.
“Ideally you should see a hygienist twice a year - about every six months. We can prevent a lot of problems and teach you how to brush and floss effectively. It’s good for your oral health and your health generally."