Dr Varshika Ganeshan
Dr Varshika is a kind and gentle dentist who has graduated from Griffith University on the Gold Coast. She is passionate about serving the best interests of her patients and meticulous in her level of care. She enjoys all aspects of dentistry, particularly working with children.
On her days off, Dr Varshika enjoys hiking to discover hidden gems around Sydney or relaxing and watching Netflix recommendations from her patients!
Dr Ross Toll
Dr Toll primarily practices Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Dr Oliver Connell
Dr Connell practices Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
Dr Peggy Thang
Dr Thang primarily practices Fridays and Saturdays.
Dr Thatiana Salomao
Dr Thatiana Salomao was born and raised in Brazil, where she graduated in Bachelor of Dental Science. Once in Australia, qualified through Australian Dental Council.
With a friendly and caring nature, Dr Thati believes that building a trustful relationship with patients and taking time to understand their needs and goals with their smile and oral health, is the key for a great treatment outcome.
Dr Thati practices all aspects of general dentistry, with a special interest in cosmetic dentistry. Being able to achieve her patient’s definition of a beautiful smile, is what she is most passionate about.
Dr David Taub
Consulting Dental Surgeon
Dr Taub graduated with First Class Honours from Sydney University in 1995 and was admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons by examination in 2000. He completed the Post Graduate Diploma Clinical Dentistry (Oral Implants) in 2003 and is a surgical mentor in implant surgery at Charles Sturt University and the University of Sydney.
Dr Taub has restricted his practice of dentistry to Oral Surgery and Implantology for the last 20 years with well over 2000 implants placed in Australian patients.
Dr Taub will extract most wisdom teeth, general extractions and implants in our Randwick practice.
Because you are not attending a hospital the cost to you is lower and the wait time is generally less than 3 weeks.