Dr Kim Tsao is a fully qualified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon and is a member of the Australia and New Zealand Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (ANZAOMS), the Australian Dental Association (ADA), and the Australian Medical Association (AMA).
Dr Kim Tsao obtained his degree in Medicine from the University of New South Wales with First Class Honours. He completed his degree in Dentistry at the University of Adelaide. He completed his Fellowship in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at the Royal Adelaide Hospital and Adelaide Dental Hospital. During his training Dr Tsao has also worked at the Veterans General Hospital in Taipei, Taiwan and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, USA.
Dr Tsao has been trained in new surgical technologies including computer-assisted surgery in orthognathic surgery, facial fracture reconstruction and obstructive sleep apnoea surgery. He has a special interest in education, and is actively involved in teaching of postgraduate trainees as well as new graduates. Dr Tsao has been asked to lecture at organizations seminars including ADA seminars for dentists and the Annual Scientific Meeting of the College of Anaesthetists.
Dr Tsao is friendly and approachable for patients and colleagues. He considers it a privilege to be able to provide quality surgical care for the dental and medical communities.
Dr Andrew Cheng is a fully qualified Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon. He obtained his dental and medical degrees from the University of Adelaide. He has been working with Dr. Paul Duke since 2005 at Wayville Oral Surgery and obtained experience in oral surgery, oral pathology and dental implant surgery. In 2014, he completed the comprehensive Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery training program from the Royal college of Dental Surgeons. During his training, he has worked in the United Kingdom, Taiwan, Shanghai, and Wuhan. In 2010, he completed a clinical fellowship in the Ninth people’s hospital where he gained further experience in complex orthognathic surgery, computer assisted maxillofacial surgery, Endoscopic technique in temporomandibular joint and salivary gland pathology, Navigational Cranial-maxillofacial surgery, Facial trauma, Head and Neck oncology and Micro-reconstructive surgery. He has worked with and learned from leading surgeons in Oral and Maxillofacial and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery around the world.
He is currently a visiting Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at Royal Adelaide Hospital where he is part of the head and neck Oncology group in managing oral cancer. He is actively involved in the post graduate and undergraduate training of surgical trainees, medical and dental students.
He regularly goes on overseas volunteer missions to help Cambodian orphans with their dental needs and Cambodian patients with complex Oral and Maxillofacial surgical problems.
He is friendly and approachable for both referring doctors and all patients. He is proud to be part of the medical and dental community and provide the best surgical service that he can.
Dr Hearn has been practicing dentistry since 1976 and has been a qualified oral surgeon since 1996.
He has trained in the United Kingdom and at the University of London. Followed by training at the University of Adelaide in both Dentistry, Medicine and Oral and Maxillofacial surgery.
He has had advance training in Implantology, and also specialises in Dentoalveolar, Wisdom teeth and Oral medicine/pathology.