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The Caulfield Park Team

Welcome to Caulfield Park Dentists. Our team is made up of expertly trained individuals who are dedicated to the highest quality of dentistry.

Caulfield Park Dentists Team

Get the bright, healthy smile you want with our experienced staff.

Meet Our Caulfield Park Dentists


Dentist Caulfield North, Dr Brian Dyskin


Dentist Caulfield North, Dr. Martin Goldfeld


Dr Baz Ghosh


The Caulfield Park Staff


Caulfield Park Dentists Dental Hygienist, NickyNicky, Dental Hygienist

After graduating from Gillies Plains Tafe in South Australia and receiving her Associate Diploma in Dental Therapy as well as an Advanced Diploma in Dental Hygiene, Nicky decided a career as a Hygienist was the perfect fit for her passion of people and dentistry.

In order to help patients receive the best possible care, Nicky regularly keeps up on continuing development courses and has recently attended seminars on Whitening and Orofacial Myology. At Caulfield Park Dentists, she strives to help patients attain optimal dental health while working with an amazing team.

When she isn’t helping patients in the practice, she enjoys spending time with family and friends as well as playing basketball. Learn more about Nicky at your next visit.

Caulfield Park Dentists Dental Hygienist, Michelle-Stein

Michelle, Dental Hygienist

Upon graduating from Stellenbosch University in Cape Town, Michelle received her BDH in 1991. Since then, she’s joined the Caulfield Park Dentists team, and we couldn’t be happier to have her.

With a passion for preventative dentistry, Michelle aims to inspire and teach patients of Caulfield Park Dentists how they can achieve better health through education and proper maintenance.

When she isn’t shaping smiles in the practice, Michelle enjoys spending time with her family, reading, exercising and travelling.

Caulfield Park Dentists Dental Hygienist, Deb Hume

Deb, Dental Hygienist

Deb finds it fulfilling to improve patients’ wellbeing through education and motivation. “Being able to be an advocate for a patient and building valuable relationships is also a highly rewarding aspect of my profession.”

Graduating from George Brown College in Toronto, Canada in 1995, has attained the credentials in Diploma in Dental Assisting, Post Diploma in Dental Hygiene, Post Diploma in Restorative Dental Hygiene and Certificate IV TAE. She takes many Continuing Professional Development courses and is also working towards a Graduate Certificate in Clinical Teaching. She serves as a teacher/clinical supervisor in the Dental Hygiene program at RMIT as well as an educational consultant. In the latter role, she provides CPD courses for oral health professionals on behalf of Hu-Friedy and EMS.

When she’s not looking after a young family or training her two energetic dogs, Deb Brown loves to get out on the water to kitesurf. She’s also recently taken up cycling. “I also enjoy cake decorating and am an avid reader.”

Caulfield Park Dentists Dental Hygienist, Amelia Roff

Milly, Dental Hygienist

Entering the workforce after school as a dental nurse, Milly was pleasantly surprised to find this field more enjoyable than how it was presented in movies like ‘Little Shop of Horrors’. For her, the social aspect of engaging with patients was the most rewarding aspect and drove her to pursue further study.

Milly possesses two bachelor degrees: a Bachelor of Oral Health (BoH) from the University of Newcastle and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) from the University of Melbourne. To stay abreast of the latest in dentistry, she also takes continuing education courses.

‘The most fulfilling aspect of working as a dental hygienist is how holistic the field is. Effectively treating patients means having an understanding of general health and the impacts of chronic disease on oral health’. For Milly, taking dental hygiene into unexpected territory keeps her engaged with the field.

‘Outside of work I love to drag my often unwilling friends on hikes and into swimming holes of questionable safety. My favourite sport is white water rafting, but it is a rare treat’. In her spare time, Milly can often be found in the slow lane of her local pool, in the occasional life drawing class and writing articles for the Dental Hygienist Association of Australia’s quarterly newsletter.
Book an appointment with Milly today!


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