Dr Jason Huang grew up in Brisbane and graduated with his Dental Degree from the University of Queensland in 2009. He has lived locally since 2014 and is renowned for being a very gentle dentist who is exceptionally good at helping nervous patients overcome their fears by ensuring treatment is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. Dr Huang loves working with his patients to improve their dental health and nothing gives him more pleasure than restoring a patient’s ability to smile and eat comfortably. He is particularly interested in full mouth rehabilitation, using the latest techniques to create fully functional and beautiful smiles. When not here at Redcliffe Dental, Dr Huang loves to relax listening to music and takes every opportunity to travel.
Dr Jenny Wang grew up in Melbourne and graduated with honours from the University of Queensland with multiple awards in 2011 before working in practices in both regional and metropolitan areas. She is also a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. Known for her attention to detail, Dr Wang is particularly interested in cosmetic dentistry and she gains great pleasure in creating healthy, natural looking smiles. She undertakes numerous volunteer dental projects for refugees, the homeless and through the Australian Dental Association Foundation. When she’s not at work, attending courses or doing volunteer projects she enjoys spending time with her young family.
Dr Jeremy Horsfall grew up in Townsville and graduated from James Cook University in 2015. He has been practicing in rural New South Wales for the past two years and has recently moved back to Queensland. Jeremy is a friendly dentist who is enthusiastic about restoring patient’s confidence in their smile. When not practicing dentistry he is a keen skier and piano player.
Aurelia grew up here in Redcliffe and graduated with her Bachelors Degree in Applied Health Science (Oral Health) from the University of Queensland. Like everyone here at Redcliffe Dental, Aurelia is passionate about preventative dentistry and she loves working with patients, motivating them to achieve optimal dental health. She finds helping people with dental anxieties and fears is especially rewarding, providing them with practical help and the gentle encouragement needed to overcome these anxieties. Aurelia particularly loves interacting with people during her work and it really makes her day when someone leaves with a smile. You will find she is very easy to talk to and she enjoys sharing stories with her patients. As a mum, Aurelia is particularly good with children. Working with ‘Sparkles’ the tooth fairy, Aurelia regularly visits kindergartens to do health talks during oral health week.