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Meet Our Team

Mark Loh

Dr Mark Loh

Born in a Malaysian town renowned for its satay skewers, Mark moved to Auckland with his family when he was 10 years old. From an early age, he decided that being a dentist was what he wanted to pursue and hasn’t looked back since! Mark graduated from the University of Otago and worked in Rotorua before having the opportunity to join the team at Sanctuary Dental.

Mark is committed to a patient-centred approach and ensuring his patients are listened to and cared for. As an individual who is easy-going and gentle, he strives to do all his work with excellence…

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Born in a Malaysian town renowned for its satay skewers, Mark moved to Auckland with his family when he was 10 years old. From an early age, he decided that being a dentist was what he wanted to pursue and hasn’t looked back since! Mark graduated from the University of Otago and worked in Rotorua before having the opportunity to join the team at Sanctuary Dental.

Mark is committed to a patient-centred approach and ensuring his patients are listened to and cared for. As an individual who is easy-going and gentle, he strives to do all his work with excellence and integrity, and most importantly with your best interest in mind!

Mark is passionate about all aspects of general dentistry, with a special interest in minimally invasive dentistry, dental implants and oral surgery. He also enjoys providing treatment under intravenous sedation and is a member of the NZ Society for Sedation in Dentistry. He continues to develop his knowledge and skills by regularly attending courses locally and internationally.

Outside the clinic, Mark is an avid badminton fan and player, having played the sport competitively since his teenage years.

Stephanie Oliver

Stephanie Oliver

Stephanie was born in France and fell in love with a kiwi whom she married in 1989 and came to live in New Zealand since then.

Stephanie has been involved in different aspects of dentistry all her working life. As an Oral Health Therapist, her work involves recognising how the health of your mouth influences the health of your whole body as there are no barriers in the body. She helps people identify and treat infections of the gums and supporting tissues of the teeth so that your whole body is healthier, as well as improving your smile and confidence.…

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Stephanie was born in France and fell in love with a kiwi whom she married in 1989 and came to live in New Zealand since then.

Stephanie has been involved in different aspects of dentistry all her working life. As an Oral Health Therapist, her work involves recognising how the health of your mouth influences the health of your whole body as there are no barriers in the body. She helps people identify and treat infections of the gums and supporting tissues of the teeth so that your whole body is healthier, as well as improving your smile and confidence.

Her other roles are treating teenagers for general dentistry and working in our orthodontic program. These orthodontic changes and the improvements that this achieves for people is also one of her passions.

“I have amazing tools to work with including lasers, the phase contract microscope, ozone and EMS polishing to remove stains and deposits gently and carefully from your teeth.”

Her approach to health is from a very natural perspective so she likes to learn and advise how to apply this to the mouth.

When not working Stephanie enjoys cooking foreign recipes, playing virtual reality games with her teenage boys and especially reading a good book on the beach!

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Gian Fabillaran

Gian grew up in the Philippines and moved to New Zealand along with his family when he was 14 years old. He graduated from the University of Otago with a Bachelor of Oral Health in 2012.

Gian believes in the importance of providing a gentle and comfortable dental experience, as well as serving high-quality dental care. It gives him joy being able to help patient overcome their dental fear and anxiety. Gian’s priority is to determine your individualised dental needs and would incorporate preventative treatment or manageable home care instructions so you can achieve good oral health. Prevention is key to healthy gums and teeth!