The 2017 Happy Tooth Sporting Teams


As the 2017 Sporting season draws to an end.........

We would like to congratulate all our "Happy Teams" on an outstanding effort, on an off the field. 

Kurri Kurri Bulldogs RLFC - Women's League

Kurri Kurri Bulldogs RLFC

Kurri Kurri Women's Football Club

Kurri Kurri Jnr Girls Netball - Maitland

Wishing you all the best for the finals..... go Happy Tooth!

The Pyjama Foundation

On Friday 21/7/17 we celebrated and raise awareness for The Pyjama Foundation.

The team donated a whopping $130.00 for the organisation.

We have had so much fun wearing our Pj's to work and enjoyed hearing all our Patients excitement as they arrived for their appointments.

If you wish to make a donation, you can do so via The Pyjama Foundations website;


Naidoc Week 2017

Naidoc celebrations were held in the Kuri Kurri Rotary Park on July 4th 2017.

Megan and Amie attended along with a bunch of goodies from The Happy Tooth.

Many fun times were had playing "Happy Tooth - Sad Tooth", Floss like a boss and Brush the bacteria. 

We hope that everyone enjoyed their Happy Tooth Festival Show bag and we cant wait to see you all again for the 2018 celebrations. 

Nostalgia Festival 2017

The 2017 Kurri Kurri Nostalgai Festival was a huge success!

The Happy Tooth team attended the festivities inside the Kurri Kurri Public School  on Sunday 26th of March.

Dr David Ward would like to thank the Hunter Valley Zoo for providing a wide array of friendly animals in the petting zoo.

Looking forward to seeing you there in 2018.

Project Yeti – Nepal Dental Aid Mission 2016


Tayla and Megan headed off on a life changing experience to Nepal. They worked with Project Yeti as Dental Aid for two weeks at the Kopan Monastery.

During their time at the Monastery; the girls got to experience the Buddhist religion, strict routine for the Monks and the Monastic lifestyle. The girls are very thankful to all the Patients at The Happy Tooth, the Kurri local community/business and Dr David Ward, that made generous donations to help get them there.

“Real happiness in life starts when you begin to cherish others.”

About Project Yeti

The Project was founded in 2012 by Dr George Manos and his wife Helen. Dr Manos and Helen aimed to provide dental care and oral health education in Kathmandu. The clinic is within the Kopan Monastery which is near Boudhanath, on the outskirts of Kathmandu, Nepal.

Want to help? Dental Operators and trained support staff are highly sort after.

If you wish to volunteer with Project Yeti, please refer to their web site;

Reported sightings of “The Tooth Fairy” in Kurri Kurri

Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane?

NO, It is The Tooth Fairy!

The Happy Tooth @Kurri have received numerous reported sightings at;

The Tooth Fairy has had a very busy month.

Her photograph was taken whilst she working with The Happy Tooth Dental Assistants, giving Oral Health Instructions and selling Fairy Floss!? Dr David Ward would like to Thank The Tooth Fairy for leaving her castle in the sky (made of teeth) to visit the Children of Kurri Kurri.

Would you like the Tooth Fairy and The Happy Tooth come out to your School or Child Care? Please call the Practice on (02)4936 2011.