Dr Linda Vo

Principal dentist 

“I aim to focus on each patient as a whole in order to enhance their overall health and quality of life”

Graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelors of Dentistry (Honours), Linda has been working in private practice since then spending a lot of her early career in Canberra in a highly specialised cosmetic practice to develop her skills. In this time Linda has gained a lot of experience in crown and bridge work; working with children in the areas of early orthodontic/orthopaedic intervention, assessing airway, growth and development and tongue tie releases;  dental implants; smile makeovers; porcelain veneers; sleep apnea and snoring treatment; headache and tempormandibular joint disorder (TMD) and skin rejuvenation.

She has also worked in Sydney at Neutral Bay treating a lot of families and children. Linda has a special interest in working together with children and their parents to guide them about the best way to nurture a child’s growth and development, airway and jaw development to prepare them for their adult dentition, maintenance of good sleep and overall health. Linda also has a lot of experience using growth guided appliances and releasing tongue ties and lip ties to encourage a child to grow to their genetic potential.

Dr Linda is also passionate about staying up to date with the latest in research and development and has invested in the technology to deliver quality dental care to all her patients. She has invested in CAD-CAM technology that digitalises the whole process of getting a crown, bridge, veneer and dental implants to increase accuracy and make the procedure faster and more efficient for her patients. With her many years using digital and laser dentistry Linda has proven that the technology works and stands the test of time.

In addition, Linda is very passionate about treating TMD and sleep apnoea in adults. She finds bringing patients back to physiological harmony a very important part of maintaining their health in the long term.

Linda enjoys all facets of dentistry. Her priority is to treat her patients and their family in the best possible way in order to maintain a high standard of dental care. She aims to treat her patients as a whole, considering how her treatments can enhance their overall health and quality of life.

Linda aims to provide pain-free dentistry and aims to keep a long-term dentist-patient relationship. She regularly attends conferences, dental courses and study groups to keep herself updated with the latest technology and information.

Linda is a member of the following organisations:

  • IAO (International Association of Orthodontics)
  • AACP (The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain Australian Chapter)
  • IAAD (international Academy of Advanced Dentistry)
  • AADFA (Australasian Academy of Dento-facial Aesthetics)