110 Memorial Avenue
Car park entrance via Ilam Road
Please allow extra time for travel due to the ongoing road works at the intersection of Ilam Rd and Memorial Ave.
Subsidised Dental Scheme - University of Canterbury Students
We have partnered with the UCSA to provide subsidised dental treatment. Vouchers are released on Monday mornings at 8:30am through the UCSA website and are limited in number. There is one voucher per student per year - please note the expiry date on your voucher.
John graduated from the University of Otago with credit in 2002. He worked for a year in facial surgery after graduating and has since worked in private practice. John moved back to Christchurch in 2007 and began working at Ilam Dental. He purchased the practice from his father, Peter Malcolm in 2013.
He is married with 4 children and enjoys motor bikes and scuba diving in his spare time.
Ren graduated from the University of Otago in 1985 and has worked as a dentist at Ilam Dental Centre since 2001. In his spare time he enjoys the outdoors, hiking, surfing, canoe polo and gardening.
Kalo graduated from Otago in 2004 and has worked as a dentist in Christchurch for over 15 years. In her spare time she enjoys painting, skiing and spending time with her wonderful family.
Bertie graduated from the University of Otago in 2019 and then worked as a Dental House Surgeon for a year in Dunedin before moving back to her home town of Christchurch. In her spare time Bertie enjoys multisport and is training for the Coast to Coast.
Saion graduated from the University of Otago in 2017 and has since been working in his home town of Christchurch in private practice. In his spare time, Saion enjoys endurance sports and is an avid runner.
FLOSS offers Oral Hygiene Services by a Registered Dental Hygienist.
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We are here to educate, motivate and inspire you to gain and retain control over your dental health.
Dental disease is almost entirely preventable and oral health is just as important as the health of the rest of your body. Untreated dental disease can lead to serious health problems such as infection, damage to bone or nerve, and tooth loss. Infection from tooth disease can even spread to other parts of the body.
You can practice preventive dentistry by adopting basic healthy habits by remembering to brush your teeth twice a day, floss once a day and eat a balanced diet with limited sugary content.
of school children and nearly 100% of adults have dental cavities
Severe gum disease is found in 15-20% of middle aged (35-44 years) adults.
for oral diseases include an unhealthy diet, tobacco use, harmful alcohol use and poor oral hygiene