Dr. Joseph Tidimane Dentist
“My aim is to listen carefully to patients, and partner with them to maintain their oral health and fulfill their specific dental requirements. I also thrive in answering questions relating to patients dental needs, and you know why- because its my job to not only treat/manage, but to also make sense to you WHY, HOW and WHEN it needs to be done”.
Joseph Tidimane graduated with the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery at University College Cork – National University of Ireland, Cork, a constituent university of National University of Ireland – on the 16th June 2005. He was awarded the Pierre Fauchard Academy Certificate of Merit for Outstanding Academic Achievements in Dentistry – National University of Ireland. Joseph has worked in Botswana (Private Practice), and migrated to Australia in December 2006 working for Queensland Health at Mackay, then Toowoomba after which he settled at the Granite Belt (Stanthorpe) as a senior dentist for QLD Health and also working part-time privately. In 2011 he moved to Canberra and has been working in private practice since. In 2014 completed a One Year Master Clinician certificate program in Implant Dentistry through the Loma Linda University / gIDE institute in California in 2014, and in 2015/2016 completed a second certificate program through Melbourne University – The Principles of Surgical Implant Dentistry. In May 2017, Dr. Tidimane completed a Sydney University Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants).
Away from dentistry Joseph enjoys time with his wife Thato and their two daughters and son, as well as turning his hands to some basic carpentry work.
Dr. Thato Entaile-Tidimane Dentist
Thato graduated with the Honours Degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery at University College Cork – National University of Ireland, Cork, a constituent university of National University of Ireland – on the 16th June 2005. She worked in Botswana in the public service until December 2007. She continued on to service the Granite Belt under Queensland health. She later moved into private practice in January 2009 in Stanthorpe QLD until March 2011 when the family relocated to Canberra, where she continued in private practice.
Thato’s passion in dentistry stems from the challenges it creates, and the satisfaction of providing excellent dental care. Her aim is to listen to you and formulate an individualized treatment plan as well as completing the dental work needed to restore your mouth to optimum health.
Thato has a lot of interest in all aspects of general dentistry, especially cosmetic dentistry, root canal therapy and working with children. She continues to attend continued professional development courses in clinical dentistry to expand her skills, and keep up to date with advances in dentistry
Dr. Julia Bradshaw Dentist
Julia graduated from the University of Adelaide (Bachelor of Dental Surgery, Honours Degree of Bachelor of Science in Dentistry). She grew up in Canberra, returning to work at Campbell Dental Practice in late 2015. Julia achieved a First Class Honours Degree for her research in early childhood decay in Indigenous children, as well as winning the prestigious Moore Medal for the highest result in her graduating class at Adelaide.
Julia is a great believer in gentle dentistry, and focusing on prevention. Julia enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, with a particular interest in children’s dentistry. Julia is passionate to keep her knowledge up to date, and invests a lot of time in continuing education, in particular new technology.
Julia has previously volunteered in Cambodia doing dental work for children. Outside of dentistry, Julia enjoys spending time with her family, travelling, and walking her sausage dog Louis.