Centre Street Dental

Dr Annie Thompson, BDSc


Annie is an outgoing and enthusiastic dentist who is very passionate about providing thorough care to her patients, young and old, as well as welcoming new patients to Centre Street Dental for comprehensive care. 

She completed her dental degree through Charles Sturt University in Orange (NSW), graduating in 2014.

Upon graduation, Annie worked in regional northern Victoria, in both the public and private sectors. Prior to relocating back ‘ home’  to the North Coast of NSW where she grew up, Annie worked full time in private practice in Echuca (Victoria) for three years. She enjoys attending many continuing professional development courses throughout the year to ensure she is up to date with dental techniques, materials, and technologies.

Reading journals, listening to dental podcasts, and watching webinars regularly mean Annie is at the forefront of current research so she can better benefit her patients. 

Annie loves being outdoors, anything from hiking to gardening, and especially spending time with her husband on their beef and macadamia farm. 

She enjoys relaxing with her extended family in the area and always adores getting to the beach for a walk any chance she can get. 

Areas of special interest

  • Cosmetic Dentistry
  • Children’s Dentistry
  • General Restorative Dentistry
  • Gum and Bone Disease
  • Root Canal Therapy
  • Dental Hygiene


Annie is a member of the Australian Dental Association, and an active member of its Far North Coast division. 

More information about Annie: 

Looking after teeth has been in the family for Annie, with her father being a successful dental practitioner for 30 years. 

Annie grew up in Alstonville and went to both the local primary and high school, before moving south for further study. She always knew the North Coast was home, and was thrilled to move back when the opportunity arose. 

Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. At Centre Street Dental, we welcome our patients seeking a second opinion should they feel the need to do so.