Our Dentists


Dr Gregory Steele – Dentist

Greg originally grew up in Canberra, before moving to Melbourne for his dental training. He graduated from the Australian National University with a Bachelor of Medical Science (First Class Honours), before completing a Doctor of Dental Surgery at the University of Melbourne in 2021.

He enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, particularly focusing on preventative and holistic care. He is committed to providing high quality care for all his patients, and he strives to deliver clear communication throughout the appointment. Greg frequently attends professional development courses and online lectures to broaden his knowledge and skills.

Greg has a friendly and easy-going nature, which creates a stress-free environment, even for the most anxious patients.

Outside of dentistry, Greg enjoys an active lifestyle. He regularly attends the Sale Parkrun, and he also plays cricket and golf in the local area.

Dr Patricia Dutschke – Dentist


Dr Geoffrey Brown – Dentist


Linda Poland   – Dental Therapist 

Linda is originally from New Zealand where she completed her studies in Dental Therapy. She has extensive experience working in Public Health Dental Clinics here in Gippsland, New South Wales and New Zealand.

As a Dental Therapist, Linda works primarily with children from pre-schoolers to teenagers, with an emphasis on the prevention of tooth decay and gum disease, educating children and parents on the importance of a healthy diet and daily tooth brushing.

Linda strives to provide a positive and caring dental experience that motivates children and their families to maintain healthy teeth for life.

Andrea Bradley – Oral Health Therapist

Andrea Bradley graduated from Deakin University in 1999 with a Bachelor of Health Promotion and later The University of Melbourne in 2007 with a Bachelor in Oral Health.

Joining the CGH Oral Health team in 2012, Andrea is passionate about preventative health in particular empowering people to become aware of and supporting positive lifestyle changes.

Andrea frequently travels to remote indigenous communities in the Northern Territory, to provide oral health care; and locally teacher’s yoga and plays guitar with Gippsland Kirtan.



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