Dr Charmaine Hall graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Science from University of Melbourne in 2001, after which she worked in private practice in Werribee and Keilor Downs. She was also employed as a dental officer for the School Dental Service in south-east Victoria, providing dental treatment for children and education of auxiliary staff. Having since completed her doctorate in Clinical Paediatric Dentistry at the Melbourne Dental School, Dr Hall worked as a both a registrar and a fellow at the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. Her research was based on the use of laser therapy for the management of oral mucositis in children with cancer.
As a specialist paediatric dentist, Dr Hall provides comprehensive care, with special interests in inherited and acquired developmental conditions, dental trauma, dental treatment for medically compromised children and management of oral disease during early childhood (including early childhood caries).
Dr Hall is a member of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Paediatric Dentistry, the Australasian Academy of Paediatric Dentistry and the Australian Dental Association, and is on the Advisory Committee for the National Disability Insurance Scheme.