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Landale Dental have supported and volunteered in numerous capacities, locally, nationally and internationally.


Team members of Landale Dental have:

  • donated to ‘supporting youth at risk’ with WhiteLion
  • participated in a dental van for the homeless in the outer eastern suburbs of Victoria
  • mentored and counselled young undergraduates and new graduates of the dental world
  • assisted as youth leaders within churches and pastoral care work
  • visit pre-school and primary school
  • volunteer for St John’s Ambulance VIC
  • been committee member of the Australian Dental Association (ADA VIC) Infection Control Committee
  • donated dental hygiene products to underprivileged
  • donated to local fund-raisers
  • visited for educational talks to local pre-schools, schools, and aged care facilities
  • provide educational sessions to local GPs and healthcare professionals about emergency dental care and oral health

2021 Mouthguard March

We have partnered with the eviDent Foundation to commit to improve the oral and general health of all Australians. We are donating $10 per mouthguard sold during the month of March to the eviDent Foundation. If you are in need of a new mouthguard, contact us to discuss. Evidence proves that a custom made mouthguard offers superior protection for your smile. See our blog on custom made mouthguards to read more about mouthguards. Our dentists at Landale Dental Box Hill will be happy to answer your questions as well.

“Believe in our Paralympians”
Landale Dental “Believe in our Paralympians” and was proud to support the Australian Paralympic Committee in their campaign as a donator this year.


Landale Dental Supports Starlight Children’s Foundation
The team at Landale Dental joined Starlight’s Sugar Free Me Challenge to raise funds to bring a dose of happiness to sick kids and encourage healthy eating habits in the community. We are proud to say we doubled our goal and raised over $1000 for the foundation!


Team members of Landale Dental as well as clinic itself have supported and served organisations such as:
CBM (Australia) where Dr. Elizabeth Stenning was on the board of directors for 12 years and served as chairman for the last two years.
MAF (Australia)
CMS (Australia)
AIM (Uganda) World Vision

  • tutored and pre-clinically assessed dental students in La Trobe University, Bendigo and Melbourne University
  • volunteer for St John’s Ambulance NSW
  • advised for the ADA National Infection Control Committee


We have sponsored CBM (Christian Blind Mission) of which Dr. Stenning has been a director for 12 years and the last two years as chairperson. We have sponsored children from World Vision and one casual staff member has worked in an orphanage in Uganda. We have also sponsored workers in PNG, India & Africa.

The team at Landale Dental in Box Hill are very proud of our Dental Therapist, Debra Harper! Debra has been a part of the Landale Dental team for over ten years now and has been a regular volunteer for numerous oral health projects in third world communities.
Debra has travelled to the Phillipines with a team of healthcare professionals (doctors, dentists, dental/oral health therapists, optometrists) to provide medical attention to those who cannot access the health care they require. This was a successful project and she hopes to participate again once travel is safe again. 



Charitable works of the ‘Friends of Landale Dental’


Dr Elizabeth Stenning (founding & past principal dentist)
Graduated from Melbourne University with a bachelor of Dental Science. Elizabeth spent the first 3 years of her working life in rural Victoria in the bright friendly township of Horsham, where she was mentored in a large dental practice after which she spent a year in the UK studying at a bible college in the Lakes district, a time of reflection! She returned home and spent 5 years in suburban practices during which time she married David. Elizabeth then spent a year in India with her family (including her 3 then young children) working in village clinics with local health care groups. This was perhaps where she embraced the importance of good general oral hygiene and how a preventative regime was so very important.