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Dr. Anthony Burges BDS (Sydney) FRACDS FICD FPFA FADI

Senior Clinical Associate (University of Sydney)

Tony graduated from the University of Sydney in 1988; as a country boy he initially practiced in Dubbo and Coonamble before relocating to Drummoyne in 1992.

Tony was made a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons by examination in 2000 and also made a fellow of the International College of Dentists, the Academy of Dentistry International and the Pierre Fauchard academy in recognition of his involvement in dental activities.

Tony has been actively involved in dental activities since graduation, sitting as a member of the Branch Council of the Australian Dental Association since 1995 and serving as the President of the Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch) from 2006 until 2009. He remains active on both the State and Federal Association’s council and is on a number of committees dealing with infection control, professional indemnity and third party issues.

He was recently appointed by the NSW Health Minister to the Dental Council of New South Wales.

Tony is a strong believer in continuing education for dentists and their staff; he has been involved with a number of dental groups including the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and the Australian and New Zealand Society of Pediatric dentistry, Special Needs in Dentistry, the Australian Society of Endodontic and the Australian Society for Special Needs Dentistry.. He is currently the chairman of the ADA (NSW) Dental Education centre, the largest provider of dental continuing education in Australia. The centre provides dental education to all members of the dental workforce via hands on courses, lectures and web based options.

Tony has a strong interest in treating children ensuring that the first introduction to dentistry is a positive one, he served for many years on the executive of the Australian and New Zealand Society of Pediatric Dentistry and remains a member of this group.. He also has done postgraduate study in the area of dental implants and can provide guidance on the suitability of replacing missing teeth or other alternatives for missing teeth

Tony lives in Drummoyne and is married to another dentist; they have two reasonably well behaved children, Madeleine and Charlie. He is an avid rugby union supporter having played at University, in Dubbo and Drummoyne and refereed for many years in the Sydney competitions. He plays golf badly due to lack of time and also enjoys watching cricket and good food and wine.


Dr. Nitu Gupta BDS (Adelaide)

Nitu grew up in Gosford on the Central Coast and graduated from Adelaide University in 2001. She has worked in both the public and private sectors, treating a wide variety of people ranging from small children through to the elderly. The time in the public system included working in a special needs dental clinic for four years, where she was treating people who were homeless, had drug and alcohol issues, mental health issues, and from domestic violence shelters. This work was incredibly challenging and rewarding, and helped her develop excellent skills in working with children and people who are anxious about dental treatment.

Nitu and her husband, Will, have 2 little boys, who keep them very busy. They’re only 14 months apart, so she spends much of her days running around after the kids and stopping the toddler from sitting on his baby brother! Having her own children has allowed Nitu to have a completely different perspective and appreciation of parents, and also the challenges that many people face ensuring their kids have a healthy, balanced diet and are brushing their teeth well. As well as looking after the kids, Nitu is now back at work part time, 3 days a week.

Through NSW TAFE Nitu has taught Dental Assistants and Dental Students through the University of Sydney. She enjoys practicing all areas of dentistry and has an interest in minimal intervention, children and family dentistry. Her focus is on supporting our patients to achieve and maintain a life time of excellent oral health, through education, dietary advice and working in conjunction with patients to increase their awareness and understanding of their dental and general health. She enjoys providing a wide range of dental treatment from check- ups and professional cleaning, fillings, root canal therapy, minor oral surgery, crown and bridge work and cosmetic dentistry, including bleaching/tooth whitening. She finds building up relationships with her patients and their families one of the most satisfying aspects of her work.

Nitu spent 3 years working with refugee children in Villawood Detention Centre through a charity called ALIV and feels very passionately about refugees. In the last few years she has become interested in personal growth and development, and outdoor adventures. She climbed Kota Kinabalu in Borneo (just over 4000m) and spent 9 days rafting the full length of the Franklin River in Tasmania, which is now one of her favourite places on Earth. Given how much time she spent in the water, she’s very glad she can swim! Most recently Nitu did a 35km charity walk for the Mitochondrial Disease Association and raised money to help find a cure for this debilitating disease. Once her kids are a bit older she hopes to be able to share this love of the outdoors with them.


Alex De Matos (Registered Dental Prosthetist)

Alex has over 26 years of experience in dental technology and prosthetics. He commenced his career as a Dental Technician in 1985. He went on to complete his Advance Diploma of Dental Prosthetics in 1989, and established a denture clinic in the Sydney CBD. He has practiced in a number of locations in Sydney. His current main clinic and laboratory in Marrickville as well as offering services from this practice in Drummoyne.

Alex is an active committee member of the NSW ADPA, the NSW branch of the Australian Dental Prosthetists Association. He is a member of the Dental Technology Faculty for NSW TAFE and teaches upcoming dental technicians & prosthetists at the Sydney Dental Hospital. He is also committed to his own ongoing professional development to ensure he brings leading edge techniques and research to his patients
Born and raised in Mozambique of Portuguese decent, Alex also speaks fluent Portuguese and conversational Spanish – an added benefit for some patients whose first language is either of these.

Alex is committed to giving back to the community. He found time recently to volunteer as a member of an Australian organized dental mission to Peru. They visited a small village in the mountains of Peru to provide much needed dental services to the community. Alex is married with five children.

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