Family Dental Centre Greymouth

Meet Our Team

Lead Dentist

Dr Guy Margetts

Dr Guy Margetts (BDS, BSc, PgDipHealInf) is the lead dentist and previous owner of Greymouth Family Dental Centre, which he owned for 20 years.

Prior to moving to the West Coast in 1995 Guy worked in oral surgery and hospital units in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Australia, having had multiple
dental surgeon roles including District Dental Officer.

Guy has a clinical interest in conscious sedation and oral surgery including wisdom teeth and implants. He also offers general oral health care to patients of all ages. Guy is a member of the New Zealand Dental Association and dental sedation, paediatric…

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Dr Guy Margetts (BDS, BSc, PgDipHealInf) is the lead dentist and previous owner of Greymouth Family Dental Centre, which he owned for 20 years.

Prior to moving to the West Coast in 1995 Guy worked in oral surgery and hospital units in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Australia, having had multiple
dental surgeon roles including District Dental Officer.

Guy has a clinical interest in conscious sedation and oral surgery including wisdom teeth and implants. He also offers general oral health care to patients of all ages. Guy is a member of the New Zealand Dental Association and dental sedation, paediatric and implant societies. He regularly travels to Nepal and India with Global Dental Relief, a charitable organisation, providing free dental care to refugee children and their families. Guy is also a member of the advisory board for Global Dental Relief.

Guy is an keen skier and relishes skiing untracked snow in the trees or chutes of New Zealand, North American and Japanese ski areas.

Dentist

Dr Angelo Ioanides

Originally from Christchurch, Angelo graduated from Otago University top of his class in 1992.

Upon successfully completing his Fellowship exams with the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, Angelo was employed by Otago University as a lecturer in Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Forensic Dentistry. Having worked in private dental practice for the past 17 years (including 8 years in Greymouth), Angelo’s scope of patient care includes Invisalign (invisible braces), Cosmetic Dentistry, Endodontics (root fillings) and Oral Pathology (diseases affecting the mouth).

Being an avid lover of the outdoors, Angelo has climbed numerous peaks in the Southern Alps, the…

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Originally from Christchurch, Angelo graduated from Otago University top of his class in 1992.

Upon successfully completing his Fellowship exams with the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, Angelo was employed by Otago University as a lecturer in Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology and Forensic Dentistry. Having worked in private dental practice for the past 17 years (including 8 years in Greymouth), Angelo’s scope of patient care includes Invisalign (invisible braces), Cosmetic Dentistry, Endodontics (root fillings) and Oral Pathology (diseases affecting the mouth).

Being an avid lover of the outdoors, Angelo has climbed numerous peaks in the Southern Alps, the Rocky Mountains and Sierra Nevada. Married with three children, Angelo is a keen outdoor photographer who publishes the number one outdoor photography magazine in iTunes. Angelo also enjoys cycling, badminton, supporting the Black Caps and despite being born in New Zealand, Angelo is also a massive fan of the Wallabies (although he prefers to keep this quiet).

Oral Health Therapist

Georgina Wilson

Georgina Wilson grew up on the West Coast attending Inangahua College in Reefton before graduating from the School for Dental Nurses in Wellington in 1989.

After working in Invercargill and Nelson, Georgina returned to the West Coast and joined the practice in 1992, first as an assistant before progressing to Practice Manager and Hygienist as an auxiliary.

After having time off to have children she returned to the practice in 2005 as a Registered Dental Therapist, treating Under 18 year old patients. In 2007 she became a Registered Dental Hygienist with the Dental Council of New Zealand having treated patients…

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Georgina Wilson grew up on the West Coast attending Inangahua College in Reefton before graduating from the School for Dental Nurses in Wellington in 1989.

After working in Invercargill and Nelson, Georgina returned to the West Coast and joined the practice in 1992, first as an assistant before progressing to Practice Manager and Hygienist as an auxiliary.

After having time off to have children she returned to the practice in 2005 as a Registered Dental Therapist, treating Under 18 year old patients. In 2007 she became a Registered Dental Hygienist with the Dental Council of New Zealand having treated patients for some years under the auxiliary scope.

Georgina is a member of both the NZ Dental and Oral Health Therapist Association and NZ Dental Hygienists Association and attends the respective conferences yearly.

She thoroughly enjoys treating young adolescents on the coast, many of whom travel long distances for treatment. Georgina sees a wide range of dental issues, ranging from large cusp restorations to anterior composites.

Out of work she is predominately chauffeur to her two daughters, following them both in their sports.

Practice Manager / Hygienist

Debbie Fisher

Debbie has been with the Family Dental Centre in Greymouth as a Practice Manager since June 2001. When she joined the team consisted of two other people and now they have grown to a team of 14! Prior to this she started off as a DA gaining experience in hygiene scope and became registered in 2004.

Debbie has been able to get to know people well over the years and build trust with patients. She tells us there is never a dull moment. Debbie finds the role both rewarding and very interesting.

Debbie has lived on the West Coast her…

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Debbie has been with the Family Dental Centre in Greymouth as a Practice Manager since June 2001. When she joined the team consisted of two other people and now they have grown to a team of 14! Prior to this she started off as a DA gaining experience in hygiene scope and became registered in 2004.

Debbie has been able to get to know people well over the years and build trust with patients. She tells us there is never a dull moment. Debbie finds the role both rewarding and very interesting.

Debbie has lived on the West Coast her whole life and loves the area and its relaxed life style. She is married with two children and enjoys bush walks/hikes, cycling and spending time with her family.