The team from Pain Free Dental Clinic has provided the Southern Highlands community with comprehensive dental services since 2014. From implants to fillings, and even dental bridges, we can do it all.
As a family-owned clinic, we believe that a smile can go a long way, and strive to provide excellent customer service for all our patients. As soon as you walk through the doors of our clinic, you can be assured that you’re taken care of by caring professionals. We utilise state-of-the-art technology and equipment to assist us in minimising pain during treatments.
Dr Nikgoo began practising dentistry in 2000, and has been the principal dentist for Pain Free Dental Clinic since 2014. He has dedicated his career to helping patients who experience anxiety and stress at dental clinics.
As an accredited member of the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry, and an active editorial board member for an online dental journal (has published 5 articles in well known and prestiges journals). Dr Nikgoo is a strong advocate for ongoing dental education and promotion of best practices in the industry. He currently holds a Doctor of Dental Surgery, Graduate Diploma of Dental Implantolgy (CSU)) and the International Congress of Oral Implantologists Mastership
Make an appointment with Pain Free Dental Clinic today for service you can trust.
Kris started her dental career in 1993 as a dental assistant. It became quickly apparent that this was a career path she felt passionate and compelled towards, resulting in her studying to become a dental nurse and engaging in a range of specialist education such as Dental Radiography and Oral health education. After gaining international experience working and living in London, she decided to return to further academic studies, this time completing a Bachelor of Oral health at the University of Newcastle, graduating in 2011. Kris’s professional experience has been diverse, having engaged in many different areas of dentistry including Periodontist Orthodontics and Head and neck cancer specialist dentistry. Her experience spans the generational spectrum, having experience with both paediatric dentistry and working with the elderly in Nursing homes.
With the progressing body of literature that demonstrates the relationship between dental health and overall systemic health outcomes, Kris has become a strong advocate for preventative dental care. In 2019 she again stretched her professional boundaries to study a graduate certificate in Health Promotion at the University of Wollongong. She is committed to maintaining an evidence based practice approach and is continually updating her professional skills to provide you with latest techniques and knowledge both in general and cosmetic dentistry.
Kris is aware of the importance of removing barriers that typically result in patients fearing or avoiding the dentist. She is passionate about creating a safe space for children, young people and adults through providing a supportive, relaxed and caring environment.
When Kris is not working hard to improve your oral health you will find her working on her fitness, in her garden, planning her next trip away or track side cheering on her daughters in their athletics careers. Kris has been volunteering with her local Little Athletic centre for many years firstly as an age manger and more recently as the club register.