Dr Adit Bahl is a Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeon with a practice in Crows Nest & Dee Why, NSW.
Adit is a dually qualified specialist surgeon, having obtained honours degrees in both Dentistry & Medicine from Sydney University. After completing his degrees he undertook higher specialist surgical training which culminated in an OMS fellowship with the Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons. Adit is a Specialist Clinical Tutor at Sydney University where he teaches both undergraduate & postgraduate students. Adit is also a Consultant Surgeon & Visiting Medical Officer in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Westmead Hospital.
His interests include Oral surgery (wisdom teeth etc.), Oral pathology, Dental implant & Bone graft surgery as well as Facial Trauma surgery & Orthognathic surgery.
Dr. Weber Huang is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. He has accomplished degrees in both Bachelor of Dental Surgery BDS from the University of Sydney (1999-2003) and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery MBBS from the University of Queensland (2008-2011.
He has been associated in a number of leading research and training institutes, whilst also lecturing at; The Society of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery of NSW in 2006. He has achieved a number of awards including being nominated in recent time for the Nomination of Best Registrar at Canberra Hospital and Best Registrar Teacher the Medical School, Australian National University.
Dr Huang has been involved in a number of research publications including; Orbitozygomatic fracture repairs: Are antibiotics necessary? and recently progressing in research for; The influence of oral-facial deformity on sleep apnoea and its surgical/orthodontic correction.
Dr Huang is a member of the Dental Board of Australia (2003-present) and the Medical Board of Australia (2011- present).
Dr Huang has also received a Fellow in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery FRACDS(OMS) from the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, 2017.
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.