Dr. Nathan Yim

Since graduating from The University of Melbourne over 20 years ago, Nathan has been providing dental care in private practice from regional South Australia to metropolitan Melbourne before assuming the responsibility of directing Gladstone Park Dental in 2003.

He has a genuine desire to help people with not just practical improvements in their oral health but to help people understand options so that they can make an informed decision, particularly in the fields of cosmetic and implant dentistry.

When not restoring peoples smile, Nathan enjoys travelling to far flung destinations around the globe, particularly places off the beaten track where he can indulge his hobby’s of scuba diving and photography.

Dr. Aaron Cheng

Originally from Taiwan with a Pharmaceutical background, Aaron completed his studies at The University of Melbourne, graduating in the late 90’s before partnering Nathan as a practice principal in growing Gladstone Park Dental into the quality modern clinic it is today.

Aaron is the consummate professional clinician enjoys helping his patients with all aspects of restorative dentistry. He is particularly passionate with the technical challenges of root canal therapy (Endodontics).

Outside of his time at Gladstone Park Dental, Aaron the devoted family man, can often be found chasing after his two kids and enjoys following his beloved New York Yankees in the American Baseball League.

Dr. Derek Leung

Having grown up as a local Melbourne boy in the North Western suburbs, Derek was only too happy staying in the neighbourhood and joining the team at Gladstone Park Dental in 2008.

Derek brings an abundance of energy and enthusiasm to his patients. He is comfortable in helping patients through all aspects of restorative dentistry and is happy to do as much or as little his patients desire.

Away from work Derek has a passion for health & fitness. When time allows, he is often found training hard in the local gym preparing to beat his personal best in the next marathon he enters.

Dr. Darren Dizon

Originally from Sydney, Darren completed his studies at the University of Melbourne and practiced in rural and regional NSW before returning to Melbourne and joining the team at Gladstone Park Dental.

Darren is a caring and gentle dentist who is passionate about his work. He adopts a patient-centred approach where he will take the time to collaborate with the patient to tailor a treatment plan that is right for them. While Darren enjoys all aspects of dentistry, he is particularly interested in working with children to restore teeth and develop good habits for the future.

Outside of Dentistry, Darren can often be found exploring Melbourne’s vibrant food scene or at local markets searching for ingredients for his next big project in the kitchen.

Dr. Mary Hieu Dang

Dr. Mary Hieu Dang is a graduate of the University of Melbourne, having first completed a Bachelor of Science before qualifying as a Doctor of Dental Surgery.

A firm believer in patient-centric treatment, Mary has a passion for working together with patients to achieve the best possible outcomes while maintaining a relaxed and comfortable environment.

Mary’s friendly personality also makes her a favourite with children and those who feel anxious in the dental chair. Mary enjoys practicing all avenues of dentistry, with a particular interest in preventative and restorative treatments.

Outside of dentistry, Mary loves baking up a storm at home and exploring Melbourne’s vibrant food scene.

Dr. Dieu Huynh

After graduating from Adelaide University in 1992, Dr Dieu Huynh took the position of Dental Officer at Grafton and Maitland hospitals where he learned and performed extensive oral surgery under local and general anaesthesia.

Dr Dieu Huynh has travelled and worked in many parts of Australia; from Darwin, Tumby Bay, Grafton, parts of Hunter Valley, Sydney and Adelaide.

Dr Huynh performs most aspects of dentistry but particularly has a great interest in cosmetic dentistry. Dr Huynh’s philosophy and approach to patient care is that patients are individuals with unique concerns and needs, and so listening is absolutely key to ensuring that each patient will be happy with the service provided.