Dr Daniels graduated with a Bachelor of Dentistry from the University of Sydney in 2005. Since then she has been practicing as a general dentist in both private and corporate dental clinics as well as working as a clinical tutor with the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Sydney.
She is also a member of the Royal Australiasian Collage of Dental Surgeons. The College is the most respected postgraduate institution in the Asia-Pacific region and is highly regarded worldwide. In order to be admitted to the College, prospective Members must pass several examinations, both written and oral, as well as present cases of their work for assessment. To remain Members of the College, practitioners must prove verifiable commitment to postgraduate education.
She is passionate about continuing dental education and stays abreast of the ever-changing field of dentistry.
Dr Daniels lives locally with her husband, two sons and three dogs. When she’s not in the clinic, she enjoys a variety of activities including photography, travelling and generally being the best mum one can be to two little boys.
Dr Nonu Kohli graduated in 2009 from Baba Farid Univeristy, India with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery.
Since graduating, Dr Kohli has obtained extensive experience in private practices both in India and Australia.
Since moving to Melbourne, Australia in 2012, she has completed the General Dentistry Program (OTC) at the Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne and passed the Australian Dental Council examinations.
Dr Kohli has a gentle approach in treating all patients including the elderly and children. She is committed to spending a bit more time with each of her patients to help them understand the importance of good dental hygiene and oral care to achieve the best possible smile.
Dr Bhatia graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Science and followed it up with a Masters in Dental Science specialising in Periodontics (gum disease). She now brings her passion and commitment to Aspendale Gardens Dental Group. Dr Bhatias’ patients describe her as empathetic, caring, understanding and detail oriented.
In her spare time, Dr Bhatia enjoys reading, travelling and experimenting with different cuisines.