Dr Nicole Hocek graduated with honours from the University of Western Australia in 2008. She enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, however has a special interest in oral surgery.
Nicole has been credentialed to operate at both Kalgoorlie Regional Hospital and St John of God Midland, therefore she is able to perform all procedures under a general anaesthetic. She still operates a list at both hospitals regularly, so if you would like to enquire about treatment under a general anaesthetic give our clinic a call on 08 9250 8844.
Nicole also regularly performs treatment under IV Sedation in the clinic (often referred to as sleep dentistry or twilight sedation). The sedation is performed by a trained dental anaesthetist and similar to GA it is great for those who have dental phobia or anxiety.
In addition to general dentistry, Nicole has done additional training and is able to perform the following procedures:
Nicole has practiced in Mandurah, Kwinana and Kalgoorlie.
Nicole is married and the proud mother of 2 beautiful girls, who she spends most of her free time chasing around.
She is also a very keen runner and triathlete. Nicole has completed two 70.3 Ironman events, and has run several half marathons across WA. Call the clinic on 9250 8844 to book in with Nicole
Dr Adam Peermamode graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2014. He has worked for Nicole and Brett at their Kalgoorlie clinic since graduating, and proven to be a dedicated dentist who always does the best by his patients.
Adam has also been credentialed to operate at Kalgoorlie Regional Hospital and and would regularly perform procedures under a general anaesthetic.
Adam has a special interest in treating periodontal disease (gum disease), and has done additional training and education in this area. In addition he enjoys oral surgery, specifically extraction of wisdom teeth, something he has been mentored by Dr Nicole Hocek for a number of years.
In his time in Kalgoorlie Adam would also practice one day a week in one of the Aboriginal health clinics (Bega Garnbirringu Health Service), providing emergency and ongoing care for indigenous patients. Adam had a real passion for the work he was doing there, he worked closely with the staff to understand and respect the cultural differences when treating patients at Bega.
Adam has a real creative side, spending much of his free time painting, drawing and working on his photography.
Adam has an amazing eye for detail and design (as evidence in his artwork he produces) therefore this is reflected in the attention to detail he has in his work, such as ensuring that crowns and fillings are aesthetically perfect as they are functional.
Adam also enjoys spending time with his beautiful dog Banda. Adam got Banda as a rescue dog from Menzies, in the Goldfields of WA. He had to have one of his back legs amputated just prior to Adam adopting him, however this does not seem to hold him back at all!
Call the clinic on 9250 8844 to book in with Adam today.
Emma graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2013. She was chosen in 2014 as one of 50 nationally for the Voluntary Dental Graduate Year Program (VDGYP).
The VDGYP comprises an integrated curriculum and professional placement program developed by the Australasian Council of Dental Schools.
Emma enjoys all aspects of general dentistry. However she especially enjoys working with kids.
She has been at Dental Sense since November 2016, and is a positive personality who builds strong relationships with both staff and patients Emma has practiced in Campbelltown (NSW), Pinjarra and Midland.
David is a well known and respected dentist in the Swan and Hills regions of Perth.
David has always built meaningful relationships with both his patients and the staff he works with. His passion for dentistry is very clear to his long-term patients.
“I have been a long time resident and have had the priviledge of raising my family in the hills community. I have enjoyed every minute . It is a great environment in which to live , grow and recreate. I enjoy mountain biking, hiking , photography and simply being in nature. Oh, and of course the West Coast Eagles.“
“I look forward to continuing to nurture and forge many strong relationships with the people in our community“
“My dental practice philosophy is to provide excellent dental care to people of all ages and needs. In a kind , caring and understanding fashion. I believe in the patient understanding their treatment options and being an active partner in the provision of their dental care. Only in this way can we best serve your individual needs.“
David graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1992 and has worked in private practice since. He owned and ran his own clinic for a number of years, prior to moving to Dental Sense.
David has always valued education and continuing professional development. He is a member of the Dental Study Group of Western Australia, and regularly attends courses.
David is also very committed to sharing his wealth of experience with younger dentists.