The team at Dental Matters take the time to listen to your concerns. We view the trust you place in us to care for you as a privilege and an honour.

We treat you with compassion and gentleness, and provide you with a holistic and thorough assessment. It is our belief that each individual should feel that they have had their dental needs met in a caring and professional manner.

We are grateful for the continual confidence that our patients show by the many referrals of family and friends. We believe this is the highest compliment we can receive and it continues to inspire us to be an extraordinary dental practice.

Dr Elizabeth Chryssidis

Dr Elizabeth Chryssidis has been in private practice since completing her dental degree at the University of Adelaide in 1985. She also graduated with an Honours degree in Pharmacology from the University of Adelaide.

She has served as a councillor on the South Australian Dental Association Council.
Currently, Dr Chryssidis is also serving as a part–time Clinical Tutor for final year students at the University of Adelaide, School of Dentistry.

She has a holistic approach to dental care and takes the time to listen to patient needs.
Dr Chryssidis is a member of the Australian Dental Association and is committed to ongoing professional development.

Dr Rajani Koirala

Dr Rajani Koirala completed her bachelor of Dental Surgery from University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 2001. Since graduation she devoted herself in providing quality dentistry in Nepal for 5 years.

Dr Koirala undertook further studies in Orthodontics from Dalian Medical University, China. After completion of her Masters degree, she continued practicing in General Dentistry and Orthodontics in Nepal.

She migrated to Australia in 2010 and did further training at the Royal Dental Hospital Melbourne. She completed the necessary Australian Dental Council exams and since then she has been practicing general dentistry in Adelaide.

Dr Koirala enjoys practicing all aspects of dentistry. She is friendly, caring and a thorough Dentist.

She is a current member of Australian Dental Association and continues her professional development by attending various Dental seminars.

Dr Jun Yong

Dr Jun Yong was born in Malaysia, migrating to Adelaide in 1995 with her family. After completing her schooling she went on to graduate from The University of Adelaide with her Bachelor of Dental Surgery.

Since finishing her degree, Dr Yong has worked in both public and private clinics in South Australia. She began her dental career working in the public sector with SA Dental in the Northern suburbs, seeing patients of all ages and tackling a range of emergency cases.

More recently she had spent her time working in the country town of Port Augusta for several years, roughly 300kms from Adelaide. Here, she has had the opportunity to gain invaluable dental experience, working closely with a diverse community in the local private practice to provide holistic and patient-centered care.

Dr Yong is a caring, easy-going dentist who takes time with her patients, ensuring each patient feels comfortable and receives the best care to suit their needs. She enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, with a particular interest in preventative and cosmetic dentistry.

When she is not busy seeing patients at the clinic, Dr Yong loves to spend quality time with family and friends, travelling overseas and keeps active by hiking and playing badminton.

Chris Corner – Hygienist

Chris obtained her Associate Diploma in Dental Hygiene in 1977. This was one of the first courses offered in Australia at the time, and she was consequently instrumental in starting the first Dental Hygiene Association in South Australia. Chris has held various committee positions on this association over the years.

Chris has also spent some time working in Auckland New Zealand and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. She has worked in both General and Orthodontic private practices in Adelaide, as well as tutoring students in the Bachelor of Dentistry and Bachelor of Oral Health Degrees at the University of Adelaide, which she still does today.

Chris offers gentle, caring patient care and tailors treatment to the individual person helping them to achieve and maintain oral health throughout their lifespan. She continues to attend professional development courses to stay abreast of new developments and treatment modalities.

Chris was actively involved in umpiring State netball and held committee positions for many years, but now enjoys walking and socializing with friends.