Our Woombye TEAM

Aga - Oral Health Therapist

Aga studied and worked as a dentist in Poland. After taking a year off to travel around the world Aga and her husband decided they wanted to move and find a more suitable place for them to live. They fell in love with Australia, which has now become their home.

Aga graduated from CQ University as an Oral Health Therapist. This means that she is dually qualified in dental therapy and dental hygiene with extended adult scope. Aga is passionate about prevention and educating her patients so they will be able to maintain their natural teeth for life. She thrives on explaining procedures and gum disease in a way that is easy to understand for her patients.

She also loves to become friends with her young patients. As a mum of a very active daughter Sophie, Aga loves to spend time with her outdoors and read books to relax after a busy day.

Emma: Dental Receptionist

Emma grew up in Junee, NSW. She moved to the Sunshine Coast about 15 years ago. Emma has worked in the Dental sector for the past 20 years. She has a Cert III in Dental Assisting, Cert III in Oral Health Education and a Cert IV in Practice Management.

Emma enjoys caring for patients and takes pleasure in getting to know the patients of the practice. Emma loves the village of Woombye and is happy to call it home. She loves spending quality time with her son Charlie, enjoying all the Sunny Coast has to offer.

Svjetlana - Patient Co-Ordinator

You will always receive a friendly greeting from our receptionist, Svjetlana. She goes out of her way to make people feel welcome and comfortable so please chat to her if you feel nervous about coming to see us. Originally from New Zealand, Svjetlana moved to the Sunshine Coast in 2015 and recently graduated from the Australian College of Natural Therapies.

She enjoys to chat about culture, travel, food and movies and is a volunteer with Noosa Parkrun.

Ngwee: Dental Assistant


Ngwee has recently relocated to the Sunshine Coast with her husband and 3 children after spending 4 years on the Grove Peninsula, a remote mining town in the Northern Territory.

During her time in the NT Ngwee worked alongside a FIFO Dentist who flew in from the Gold Coast once a fortnight, servicing the community of 3,300 people. Ngwee had the opportunity to work with indigenous and special needs children working in the local school as a teacher’s aide and also for the NT Government working as an Administrations Assistant/ Receptionist for Mental Health.

In her spare time, Ngwee enjoys spending time with family, taking beach trips, mountain walks and keeping fit.