Dr Lachlan Crowther


At the forefront of Australian orthodontic treatment, Dr Crowther is particularly interested in expanding the boundaries of orthodontics through new technologies and aesthetic appliances. He has been invited to lecture at the University of Queensland (UQ) – where he graduated with First Class Honours – and is involved with the teaching of lingual orthodontics.

Dr Crowther has amassed a wealth of professional experience throughout Australia. After graduating from UQ in 2002, he practised as a general dentist in the town of Longreach for three years where he was employed by Queensland Health as the Senior Dentist for the Central West region.
Later, he moved to Sydney and in 2008 obtained his Masters in Orthodontics from the University of Sydney where he was awarded Honours for his outstanding achievements during his training.

After graduating he worked in Sydney and Dubbo as an orthodontist in a group specialist practice.

Dr Crowther returned to his home town of Brisbane at the end of 2010 to commence specialist practice and established EDGE Orthodontics with his wife, Dr Angie Phelan.


Dr Jamil Alayan


Jamil Alayan is a Periodontist with an interest in implant surgery and oral tissue augmentation. He was awarded a scholarship from the International Team of Implantology (ITI) in 2007 to attend the University of Florida (U.S) where he completed a clinical fellowship in oral surgery. He is currently completing his PhD at Griffith University School of Dentistry examining bone grafting in maxillary sinus augmentation, which was recently awarded an NHMRC scholarship.

Jamil has received an FRACDS in Periodontology and fellowships from the ITI and the International Collage of Dentistry. He has served as the past president of Australian Society of Periodontology (QLD) and past treasurer of the Australian Osseointegration Society (Federal).

He maintains a specialist private practice in Brisbane city and has been actively involved in teaching and training at both an undergraduate and postgraduate level.


Dr Raahib Dudhia


Dr Raahib Dudhia completed post-graduate training in Dento-maxillofacial Radiology at The University of Queensland after working in private dental practice for three years. The dental practice Raahib worked at installed one of the first Cone Beam scanners in Queensland, allowing Raahib privileged access to this exciting technology from the very early days. Raahib has observed the development and maturation of Cone Beam technology with interest, and sees many significant benefits for dental practitioners and their patients through embracing 3D imaging.

He has extensive experience in private radiology practice reporting Cone Beam Scans, CT Dentascans and MRI scans of the TMJs, in addition to OPGs and other dental and facial bones x-rays. Raahib has lectured at all Queensland Dental Schools and has been involved in research into airway morphology and growth. He also teaches dental assistants and regularly presents lectures for the Australian Dental Association and affiliated groups.

Raahib has special interests in imaging for endodontics, temporomandibular joint disorders, airway morphology and growth. A bit of a tech lover, Raahib likes to keep up to date with new developments in dental imaging, and likes to familiarise himself with any new Cone Beam scanners and viewing packages that become available.


Dr Geoff Findlay


Dr Geoffrey Findlay is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon who practices the full scope of the speciality with special interests in trauma and reconstructive surgery, orthognathic surgery, and osseointegrated implants.

He undertook his undergraduate and postgraduate training throughout Queensland and holds a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), Bachelor of Dental Science (BDSc Hons I), and Fellowship of The Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in Oral and Maxillofacial (FRACDS - OMS).  Dr Findlay is a consultant at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital and is involved in the training and examination of registrars in oral and maxillofacial surgery.

Dr Findlay consults from Wesley Medical Centre as well as branch practices at Upper Mount Gravatt and Mackay.


Dr Wayne Kan


Dr Kan completed his undergraduate dentistry and postgraduate paediatric dentistry training through The University of Queensland (BDSc 2001; DClinDent 2008). His doctoral thesis won him the Colgate Student Travel Award to present at the International Association for Dental Research congress in 2009 and was published in the journal Pediatric Dentistry in 2010.

Following his service at Kingston Oral Health Centre, part of Queensland’s largest government paediatric dental practice, Dr Kan worked as a lecturer and clinical consultant at China Medical University Hospital in Taiwan until his return in 2012.

He is now in private practice at Kidsdental in Brisbane and Upper Mt Gravatt. Dr Kan also teaches at UQ and has been gladly invited to speak to various dental groups locally and overseas.


Dr Jonathan Moore


Dr Jonathan Moore graduated from the University of Queensland Dental School with a Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours) in 2003.  He subsequently completed postgraduate training at the University of Melbourne.  In 2008, he graduated with a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry (Endodontics) and was awarded Membership of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in the special field of Endodontics.  Dr Moore has particular interests in dental trauma, rotary nickel titanium instrumentation, restoration of endodontically treated teeth and endodontic applications of CBCT.

Dr Moore now works in full time in private practice based in Brisbane and the Gold Coast.  He maintains his passion for education though as a guest lecturer at Griffith University and by running hands-on courses for dentists throughout Queensland and courses for recent graduates on how to avoid complaints with endodontic treatment.