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Dr Gregory Moore BDSc (Hons) (UQ)

Doctor Gregory Moore is a second-generation dentist with more than 4 decades of experience. He believes dentistry is a too-often overlooked but vital building block for overall health and welfare. A Rockhampton local through and through, Greg attended St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School and St Stanislaus College, which has since been renamed as Emmaus, before moving to study dentistry at the University of Queensland in Brisbane. After graduating with honours, Dr Moore spent 3 years practicing for Queensland Health in Mackay, but soon returned to his hometown to join his father’s Dental Practice which had a history going back to 1962. He joined Dr Terry Moore’s Dental Practice in William Street at the end of 1983, and in 1989 they established a branch practice in Mt Archer Medical Centre. Dr Terry Moore retired in 1995, after an impressive career. Greg’s practice has moved since then, and now resides on Dean Street in Frenchville, in state-of-the-art facilities. The precinct is a hub of health care services, ideal for local residents. Dr Moore has also devoted his time in leadership roles for the dental industry, including being appointed Queensland President of the Australian Dental Association in 2009. His continuing dedication to all things dental was recognised, with him being invited to join various honour organisations of the profession. He’s a member of the following eminent groups – the International College of Dentists, the Academy of Dentists International, and the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Locally, Dr Moore’s reputation as a well-loved family dentist is only heightened by his talent for making balloon animals for shy children.

Dr Callum Lupton BDS (JCU)

Dr Callum Lupton can claim to know most things about the Beef Capital having spent his entire schooling years growing up in Rockhampton. He moved away to complete undergraduate dental studies at JCU but returned to his home town to provide to the community that served him so well when younger. Callum has a keen interest in oral surgery, digital dental technology along with endodontics and is completing a Master of Philosophy (MPhil) with a research field in assessing patient recovery from dental extractions while undergoing blood thinner therapy.

Callum keenly played soccer for Frenchville Sports Club while at school and continued as referee while at University having completed Level 3 certification with Football Queensland. During his school years he played the saxophone, was Music Captain and School Prefect at the Rockhampton Grammar School and achieved Grade 7 AMEB.

Dr Lupton is a member of the Australian Dental Association and outside dentistry he is actively involved in the development of online applications and information management systems. He is passionate about providing quality health care while ensuring his patients are well informed of all the options available to them through modern advances in dentistry.