Dr Mark Daniel Atkinson is an Australian registered dentist who has limited his practice to surgical dentistry procedures. He was born and bred in Brisbane and graduated from the University of Queensland dental school in 2011. During his studies, he received a scholarship with the Royal Australian Air Force and then moved down to Sydney in 2012. He served in the RAAF as a Flight Lieutenant Dental Officer until 2017 when he transitioned to the Specialist Reserves.
Mark completed further post-graduate studies in surgical dentistry in 2015 at the University of Sydney. He is currently an active lecturer, examiner and clinical supervisor with the faculty within the discipline of oral surgery.
Mark is currently completing his training to be a Specialist Oral Surgeon. He is undertaking the Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Oral Surgery) through the University of Sydney.
Mark has had different hospital appointments within NSW Health and is currently a Senior Oral Surgery Registrar at a number of local health districts around NSW. In these hospitals he is referred patients from other clinicians for the management of complex surgical procedures or medical histories.
Dr Michael Chen graduated from The University of Sydney in 1993, obtaining a Bachelor of Dental Surgery. Dr Chen has worked in a variety of dental settings including public health, health fund centres and private practices. He currently holds a Dental Officer staff position in the Oral Surgery Department of the Sydney Dental Hospital, Surry Hills.
Dr Chen’s services include wisdom teeth removal, difficult extractions and minor soft tissue oral surgery under general anaesthetic.
Dr Rix has been a specialist and Surgeon since 1992 and was Head of the Department of Oral Surgery of the Sydney Dental Hospital from 1995 – 2002. Dr Rix is in private practice with appointments at Concord Hospital, Sydney Dental School, Dalcross Adventist Hospital and Hunters Hill Hospital. Particular areas of interest are in minor oral surgery and oral pathology with treatment under intravenous sedation and general anaesthesia.
Dr Rachel Sutton graduated from the University of Sydney with degrees in Science (Mol. Biotech.) with Honours and Dentistry with Honours. She has extensive experience in both public and private sector general and surgical dentistry, and working with patients from a wide variety of backgrounds. In addition, Dr Sutton was privileged to be appointed to a residency position with the Department of Oral Surgery at Sydney Dental Hospital, and as such is able to provide surgical treatment for impacted wisdom teeth, perform difficult extractions and oral soft tissue surgery. Dr Sutton provides treatment under general anaesthesia at Chatswood Private Hospital, and is also available to offer treatment under local anaesthesia at Kingsgrove Dental and Sydney Park Dental clinics.
Dr Sutton is involved in the training of new dentists as a clinical tutor in the extraction clinics at University of Sydney. She enjoys keeping up to date and informed with the latest scientific research in dentistry and is a member of the NSW Society of Oral Surgeons, British Association of Oral Surgeons and the Australian Dental Association.
Dr Tame has broad experience in Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine with a special interest in advanced Dento-Alveolar surgery including management of impacted teeth, complex extractions, dental implants, oral medicine and oral pathology.
Originally from Cardiff, Wales, Dr Tame qualified with BDS from Bristol University in 2000. He then undertook training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Houseman and Registrar level at Royal Gwent Hospital, United Kingdom. Michael has had extensive training in Surgical Dentistry and gained the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (MFDS) and the Graduate Diploma in Surgical Dentistry from The University of Sydney. He obtained the specialist Fellowship in Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland FFD(OSOM)RCSI in 2014.
Dr Tame has held an academic appointment in Oral Surgery at the University of Queensland in addition to a specialist Oral Surgery appointment with Queensland Health at Toowoomba Base Hospital. He has previously been a Lecturer in Oral Surgery at the University of Sydney and currently holds the position of Hospital Recognised Specialist in Oral Surgery with NSW Health at The Sydney Dental Hospital.
Additionally, Dr Tame has been providing specialist Oral Surgery services to patients at Concord Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and Canterbury Hospital.
Dr Tame works privately in the Sydney metropolitan area and is available for consultations at his Pymble practice.
Dr Weld-Moore completed his dental degree from Trinity College Dublin in 2003 before commencing training in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Dublin Dental Hospital where he worked as a Senior House Officer. During this time he was awarded the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (MFDS) before moving to the UK to pursue further training in the speciality at King’s College Hospital, London. He went on to achieve an appointment as a Staff Grade Oral Surgeon in the world-renowned Oral and Maxillofacial department of Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead.
Following this appointment, Rob was lured by the sunshine of Australia and worked in Sydney for three years. In 2015, he returned to Ireland to commence further specialist training in Oral Surgery and in 2018 he completed his Clinical Doctorate in Oral Surgery (D.Ch.Dent) from Trinity College Dublin. This academic program included writing a thesis, which was on the effect of osteoporosis on the bones of the face. He has written articles for a number of peer-reviewed journals including the British Dental Journal.
Dr Weld-Moore is able to provide specialist Oral Surgery treatment under local or general anesthesia. Rob likes to treat patients with compassion and respect, and particularly enjoys treating nervous patients.
Rob enjoys the lifestyle that New South Wales has to offer. At weekends he can be found in the water surfing and enjoying the sunshine.
Dr David Willis is a dual-qualified Doctor (Bachelor of Dental Surgery; Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery) with his practice limited to Wisdom Teeth Removal & all aspects of Dental Surgery.
His interests include: surgical removal of wisdom teeth; pre-prosthetic dentoalveolar surgery; pre-orthodontic exposure of teeth and full-arch dental implant rehabilitation.
Dr Willis maintains a successful private practice in Sydney and provides oral surgical services to remote parts of South Australia.
Dr Willis is available for consults in Toothsome at Chatswood, Baulkham Hills and Randwick. No referral necessary. New patients welcome.
Dr John Wong has been a specialist and Surgeon since 1995 and was Senior Dentist in the Hunter Area Health Service Newcastle from 1995 – 1998. From 1988 to 2009, Dr Wong held the position of In-House Oral Surgeon to Sydney Metropolitan HCF Centres. Dr Wong is now in private practice with appointments at Five Dock. Dr Wong is a member of the NSW Society of Oral Surgeons and the Australian Dental Association.