At Braddon Dental Surgery we aim to provide you with a personalised service from dentists you can trust. Offering great value for money we pride ourselves on giving you the service you really need.
Dr Loc Lam B.D.Sc. (Hons.) QLD
Loc graduated from Queensland University in 1986 and spent a few years working as a travelling dentist around the Gulf of Carpentaria in North Queensland.
She moved to Canberra in 1988 opening Braddon Dental Surgery in 1990.Loc enjoys all aspects of dentistry with special interests in cosmetic work and in providing ongoing dental care for the elderly.
Loc is a member of the Australian Dental Association.
Dr Oran Yota BDentSc CSU
Braddon Dental Surgery is sad to see Dr Yota leave us as he will be pursuing a different career path commencing in 2018.
Dr Anujha Eswararaj BHSc (Dent)/MDent LTU
Braddon Dental Surgery will be welcoming Dr Eswararaj in 2018.
Anujha completed her Bachelor of Health Sciences in Dentistry and Master of Dentistry at La Trobe University in Victoria. Her gentle and approachable attitude will ensure that every visit to the dentist is a positive one.
Anujha enjoys providing dental care for patients of all ages and has a special interest in cosmetic dentistry and oral surgery.
Dot is the friendly face at reception. She has been part of our team for over 10 years.
Unfortunately Dot is currently taking some time off to take care of her health. We hope to see her back soon.
Tram has been a dental assistant with Braddon Dental Surgery for almost two years. She is always happy to help and try her hardest to provide the best service possible for all patients.
Laura is Loc’s daughter and is currently studying to be a dentist at Charles Sturt University in Orange. During her holidays, Laura joins the team as a dental assistant.
Overseas Charity Work
Loc travels regularly to Vietnam and Nepal to provide free dental care for underprivileged people.
Members of Braddon Dental Surgery’s team have also given their time and money to assist in the dental clinics in Vietnam.
In 2015 Loc travelled to a village in the Himalayas, and together with a small team, managed to treat around 300 people.
In late 2016, Loc returned to Nepal with her husband and daughter to continue her work.
Early plans are in place to run some clinics in Vietnam during 2017.
Visit our blog to read more about Loc’s volunteering experiences.