Dr Jennifer Wang (Principal Dentist)
Having graduated from Griffith University and after spending several years in both private practice and public health sector, Jennifer decided to embark onto a journey in the opening of Wishart Family Dental with Anna. Born in Melbourne and moved north-east to spend the remainder of her childhood attending school near the Wishart neighbourhood, her passion in dentistry is trying to understand the patients' needs and to achieve optimal outcomes by setting out well-suited tailored treatment plans under a wide range of clinical circumstances. She is a gentle and patient family orientated dentist who enjoys getting to know each individual patient and their concerns. Jennifer is trilingual, speaking fluent Cantonese, Mandarin and English.
Dr Anna Song (Principal Dentist)
Anna has grown in the local area, graduating from Mansfield State High School, Class of 1996, and hence spent many hours as a teenager at the Wishart Shopping Village. Since her completion of Dentistry at Griffith University where she has received several awards for academic excellence, Anna has spent several years working in the private practice. As a family dentist, Anna is interested in a holistic approach to patient care, especially preventative dentistry and enjoys all aspects of general dentistry. With a thorough and honest work ethic, she is devoted to continued professional development and loves to educate and help her patients achieve life-long healthy smile. Apart from English, Anna also speaks fluent Korean.
Jelena Cvetkovic (Clinical Co-ordinator)
Jelena is originally from Melbourne and moved to Brisbane with her family in 1999. She has been a foundation member of Wishart Family Dental since the opening of the practice. Jelena's bubbly and compassionate characteristic makes every patient feel at ease. She aspires to progress in her dental career with a strong commitment and dedicated customer service. Apart from dentistry, Jelena enjoys looking after her birds and watching movies. Jelena speaks fluent Serbian, Croatian and of course English.