Dr. Andrew House

Dr Andrew House received his Bachelor of Dental Science from the University Of Western Australia. Andrew is the owner and principle dentist of Gateways Dental Centre and his treatment philosophy is to provide the highest standard of care while being as minimally invasive as possible with a focus on the prevention of future disease.

He feels that each patient should be treated as family – with honesty, respect, compassion and empathy. While striving for clinical excellence, Andrew does everything possible to make sure patients are completely comfortable in the chair.

Creating a practice that is clearly distinguished through service, attention to detail and care for each and every patient has always been his dream. Originally from a farming background in the Great Southern, Andrew values sincerity and the core aspects of community and family.

Andrew is a member of the Australian Dental Association and is registered with AHPRA and the National Dental board. He is a committee member of the Dental Study Group of WA and a past committee member of the Australian Prosthodontic Society (WA Branch).


Dr. Rahul  Pankhaniya

Having always wanted to enter the medical field, Dr Rahul chose to be a dentist after seeing how it not only improved people’s health, but it also improved their quality of life.

For Dr Rahul, one of the most fulfilling parts of being a dentist is getting patients out of pain and seeing them leave the office happy. Dr Rahul also enjoys completing cosmetic treatment on patients who are unhappy with the way their smile looks, then seeing that treatment boost their self-confidence.

Dr Rahul is on his way to becoming a member of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He is also interested in endodontics and restorative dentistry. Dr Rahul is a member of the Australian Society of Endodontics and has spent some time teaching local university graduates in clinical procedures.

Away from the office, Dr Rahul spends most of his time playing cricket, although you might also find him in a game of badminton or reading a book. He also actively volunteers with the Red Cross and various child welfare charities.