Onia Orthodontic Network: Adelaide
Dr Burnett obtained his orthodontic degree at the University of Adelaide in 1979.
He is currently a clinical orthodontic postgraduate tutor at the University.
Dr Burnett has a special interest in the treatment of sleep aponea.
Dr Eden Lau is one the partners in our practice. Dr Lau holds many professional qualifications at the University of Adelaide and also internationally. He is a full member of the Australian Dental Association and the Australian Society of Orthodontist.
Dr Lau has been continually involved with dental education in Australia and has held various positions at the University of Adelaide such as clinical tutor, clinical examiner and subject co-coordinator.
Dr Lau currently holds a position of Senior Visiting Specialist Consultant at the Adelaide Dental Hospital. Dr Lau has authored a dental research article published in specialist journal and also writes a weekly dental column in an Adelaide newspaper.
He is also bilingual and speaks fluent Cantonese.
Grad Dip Clin Dent (Adel)
DClin Dent (Adel)
MOrth RCS (Edinburgh)
MFDS RCPS (Glasgow)
FDS RCS (Edinburgh)
Member of the Australian Society of Orthodontists
Member of the Australian Dental Association
Fellow of the World Federation of Orthodontists
Dr Moses graduated from the University of Sydney with his BDS dental degree in 2001. He practiced general dentistry for several years before returning to study orthodontics at the University of Adelaide. During these years, he served in the ADF as a Dental Officer and received decorations for his dental services. After leaving the ADF, Dr Moses worked in Mandurah, Western Australia, in a busy country practice and focused on aesthetic and paediatric dentistry. He was also closely involved in dental training and education.
Having completed his specialist orthodontic qualifications, Dr Moses attained his Membership in Orthodontics with the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) and with the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He regularly attends professional conferences and recently presented his research at the WFO Congress in Sydney.