Joondalup Orthodontic Clinic
Dr Brudenell studied at the University of Western Australia for Bachelor of Dental Science and Master of Dental Science Degree. He graduated from the Bachelor of Dental Science Degree in 1976 with First Class Honours and became a Master of Dental Science in 1984.
Dr Brudenell chose to become an orthodontist because he feels it is the most rewarding of all dental specialities. He says "aligning the teeth and correcting occlusions is probably one the most rewarding occupations I can imagine".
In his spare time, Dr Brudenell enjoys golf and travelling the world.
Dr Huang obtained his Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree with Honours from the University of Sydney in 2002. He gained experience practicing general dentistry for three years before attending the University of Western Australia. It was there Dr Huang earned his Master of Dental Science degree in Orthodontics and became an orthodontist. In addition, Dr Huang also passed the examinations to become a member of Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
Outside his private practice, Dr Huang is actively involved in training the undergraduate dental students at the University of Western Australia in the discipline of orthodontics. To provide the latest cutting edge treatments for his patients, Dr Huang remains current on the orthodontic advances by attending numerous continuing education courses and subscribing to the relevant professional journals.
Dr Huang enjoys cooking and reading.
Dr Sugiarto graduated from the University of Western Australia in 2003 with a Bachelor of Dental Science with Honours, where she won the Australian Society of Orthodontists Prize in Orthodontics, Kenneth J.G. Sutherland Prize in Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine, and Australian Society of Endodontology Prize in Endodontics awards, for the best student in orthodontics, oral surgery, oral medicine and endodontics.
Following the completion of her Masters degree in orthodontics at the University of Western Australia, she furthered her specialist credentials by obtaining Memberships from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in 2008.
In addition to her busy private practice, Dr Sugiarto teaches undergraduate dental students at the University of Western Australia. In order to remain current on the latest orthodontic advances she attends local and international orthodontic congresses and subscribes to the relevant professional journals.
In her spare time she enjoys playing with her daughter.
Dr Richard Lee received his Bachelor of Dental Science with Honours from the University of Western Australia. Following completion of his dental training he served as a dental officer with the Royal Australian Air Force.
He returned to the University of Western Australia as a part time clinical instructor in general dentistry while completing a Bachelor of Science in Dentistry with Honours. He continued on and completed his Orthodontic specialist training, receiving his Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry (Orthodontics) from UWA with a research focus on the accuracy of computer assisted surgical simulation for orthognathic surgical planning.
Dr Lee was the recipient of the AB Travelling Fellowship award and undertook an Orthodontic Craniofacial Special Care Clinical Fellowship at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. This sub-specialty training in the management of complex orthodontic conditions included large caseloads of patients with craniofacial defects such as cleft lip and palate as well as patients with medical and behavioural issues.
Dr Lee is a member of the Australian Dental Association, Australian Society of Orthodontists and is Australasian Orthodontic Board certified. He is passionate about Orthodontics and helping patients achieve the best treatment outcome possible.
In his spare time he enjoys running, hiking, snowboarding and all things outdoors.