South East Orthodontics

3 specialists


Contact details

Suite 2 31 Clyde Road



Dr Homewood completed his Bachelor of Dental Science degree from the University of Melbourne in 1978. He then completed a Doctor of Dental Surgery in Canada in 1983. Following this he practiced general dentistry for 20 years before returning to complete a Masters in Dental Science degree specialising in orthodontics. Dr Homewood has been an orthodontist since 2000 and is a widely respected lecturer at local, national and international level and an honorary fellow at the University of Melbourne. He is an examiner for the University of Melbourne at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and the Australian Dental Course. Dr Homewood has an intense passion for his work. He loves orthodontics and the results achieved from treatment. He is always happy to see how pleased his patient’s and their families are with the results and how treatment can improve a patient’s confidence. His hobbies include swimming, cycling, skiing, golf, tennis, and of course spending as much time as possible with his family.


Dr Thomas Lo graduated from The University of Melbourne with a Bachelor of Dental Science degree in 2005, after which he practiced as a general dentist for 4 years. Looking for a further challenge and exciting career change, Thomas was accepted into the Doctor of Clinical Dentistry postgraduate program at The University of Melbourne and graduated in 2012. After three years of specialist Orthodontic training, Thomas was welcomed into our work family in 2013. Thomas is a visiting lecturer to the Melbourne Dental School at The University of Melbourne as well as a tutor at Latrobe University Dental School. Thomas was married in 2014 to the lovely Julie and together they have one pet dog, Cooper. He enjoys golfing, skiing and has a passion for cooking and fine cuisine. Thomas enjoys overcoming the challenges presented to him in Orthodontics, seeing the lives and smiles of his patient’s transformed and being part of their growth process. By keeping up to date with current technologies and appliances, Thomas is always striving to achieve the best possible results for his orthodontic patients, which to him is the same quality of care he would provide for his family members.


Dr Theresia Sudjalim completed her Bachelor of Dental Science degree from the University of Melbourne in 1998, after which she obtained her Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. She graduated with six commendations for the Primary Examinations and was awarded the Kenneth J.G. Sutherland prize for the final examinations. Theresia completed a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry degree specialising in Orthodontics from the University of Melbourne in 2007 and was awarded the Dean’s Medal from the Royal College of Dental Surgeons, Edinburgh for her final examinations. Theresia has been a clinical demonstrator and conducts seminars at the University of Melbourne and currently lectures for the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. She is the president of the Australian Dental Association Greater Dandenong Group, and is the Chairperson of the Australian Society of Orthodontists Communications and Information Committee