Principal Dentist, Founder and owner
Dr Rachel graduated Leeds University dental school in1992 and has been practicing as a holistic dentist since 2001. She is the founder and principle dentist at Evolve Dental Healing, built on the philosophy that a healthy mouth is fundamental to living a healthy long life, Dr Rachel believes you deserve to have a healthy, beautiful smile you can be proud of no matter what your age.
Dr Rachel recognises that a dentist’s role is much more than merely fixing holes in teeth and applies a total health approach to dentistry, incorporating her studies in facial pain and headaches, TMJ disorders, sleep apnoea and nutritional and environmental medicine. She is a member of the Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine a post-graduate medical college, the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology a network of dental, medical and research professionals, and Australians for Mercury Free Dentistry.
Dr Rachel Hall is a dentist, business owner, social media fanatic and a passionate industry leader who is a respected writer, presenter and speaker on the subjects of holistic dentistry, natural health and the business of dentistry.
A member of several business groups, as well as a coach and mentor to other dentists Dr Rachel has been recoginised for her achievements within her profession receiving awards and nominations for her business and team building acumen.
Rachel is also a mother, dog lover and author as well as a driller of teeth, a self-confessed nerd and technology geek. She cares for people’s wellbeing and is dedicated about caring for the body and living a healthy lifestyle.
Rachel is learning guitar, and likes singing and dancing (much to her families’ amusement). She is a joker, a wordsmith and an avid consumer of Vietnamese food. Loves warm sunny weather, walking, fast cars, trips to the beach and café culture.
Dr Rachel practices meditation and is a student and practitioner of Universal Medicine Therapies and is accredited by the Esoteric Practitioners Association.