Dr Low commenced her practise of Orthodontics 18 years ago and is a graduate of the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (Hons), a Master of Dental Science in orthodontics, and a Doctor of Philosophy.
She has published multiple original research and scientific articles and is the recipient of the Australian Orthodontic Board “Best University Cases” Award. She was also awarded prizes in Pathology and Prosthodontics and is a registered specialist with the Dental Board of NSW. She has tutored post-graduate Orthodontists and has sat on the selection committee for new post-graduate Orthodontists. She maintains a high level of continuing education and is committed to the tradition of excellence at Liverpool Orthodontics.
Dr Low is skilled in the treatment of all types of orthodontic problems and is adept at using all types of orthodontic appliances including Invisalign, lingual braces, functional appliances, surgical orthodontics, and conventional braces. She has a passion for treating complex orthodontic problems and aims to find the optimal solution to each patient’s dental situation.
Dr Low is a member of the Australian Society of Orthodontists, the Australian Dental Association, and the Dental Board of NSW, and is a Partner at Liverpool Orthodontics. She is also a mother of 3 who loves working with children.
With over 20 years experience, Dr Schimann at One Smile Orthodontics is is a qualified, specialist orthodontist with many years of experience treating patients. He also tutors at the University of Sydney’s postgraduate orthodontic department.
He is a member of The Invisible Orthodontist. All of The Invisible Orthodontist doctors are qualified specialist orthodontists focused on treating patients using invisible techniques.
Dr Schimann enjoys spending time with his family and going away to his farm.
"During my specialist training, my passion for orthodontics only grew and I quickly began to realise how much I love my job and making people smile!'
Dr. Priyanka completed her dental studies at the University of Sydney. Prior to this she also had completed an undergraduate degree at the same university in Physiotherapy and worked on both the sports field as well as in the hospital sector. As much as she enjoyed being a Physiotherapist, she was looking for another challenge that would eventually lead her to her career in Dentistry.
After completing her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree, she worked as a general dentist in private practice for four years where her interest in Orthodontics began. She enjoyed treating children and teenagers and witnessed many of her patients move through their orthodontic treatment whilst she worked collaboratively with the orthodontists in the multidisciplinary team. She saw the immense joy that orthodontic treatment provided them and decided to return to The University of Sydney to become a specialist orthodontist herself.
During her specialist training, she learnt to treat a variety of patients from children to adults, using braces and clear aligner therapy, as well as in the management of orthognathic surgery patients. From here, her passion for orthodontics only grew, and as she often says: 'I quickly began to realise how much I love my job and making people smile!'
When not in the clinic, she absolutely loves being outdoors. Her spare time is taken up by going to the gym, boxing, running, or 'simply basking in the sun!' She also loves to travel the world. Some of her favourite places that she's visited include Patagonia, Iceland, and Paris"