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Dr Minh-Thu Cao Xuan

Communities in rural, regional and remote (RRR) Australia experience poor oral health at significantly higher rates than people living in major cities.
Watch Dr Minh-Thu discuss:
  • Her experience as a dental officer with the Royal Flying Doctor Service and her time volunteering in the mountains of Nepal.
  • The distribution of the dental health workforce across Australia & its effect on rural oral health statistics
  • Her advise on how to combat limitations in RRR moving into the future
This is an important topic for all oral health care professionals. Watch & find out how you can support RRR Australia!
Release Date: 15th June 2020


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After completing a Bachelor of Pharmacy and a Doctor of Dental Medicine (USYD), Dr Minh-Thu joined the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Broken Hill for 2 years, gaining invaluable experience working alongside NSW Health, Correctional Health Services NSW and MaariMa Health Aboriginal Corporation.
Minh-Thu has a passion for oral surgery and preventative dentistry, with a focus on pain-free dentistry. She joined the EMS Oceania Team as a GBT Specialist in March 2020.