Our dental team in Essendon

Our team are highly trained and more importantly, passionate about dentistry. They efficiently assist Dr Agim Hymer and Dr Dev Boparoy in achieving the best for our patient’s whilst undertaking the day-to-day tasks of running a successful Melbourne dental business.

They are also highly active in the Essendon community and surrounding suburbs. The FirstBite Dental team have been responsible for teaching young children how to look after their teeth in kindergartens and primary schools from Moonee Ponds to Craigeburn and Sydenham to Coburg. To see information about their school talks and dental education visit their events section.

Dr Agim Hymer

Principal Dentist

Dr Agim Hymer has been practicing dentistry for over 28 years in Melbourne, country Victoria and abroad and is the principle dentist and founder of FirstBite Dental. Located in North Essendon, FirstBite is a practice that has a strong focus on educating their patients on the importance of oral care.

Agim’s specific areas of interest are educating the public in becoming responsible for their own oral health, also ensuring that the Dental Profession will always offer the highest standard of care and provide the patient with an informed range of options that allow them to decide on the treatment plan that suits them best.

Dr Hymer travels the world lecturing in many aspects of dentistry. He is a senior lecturer for Progressive Orthodontics.”My aim is that dentists and the public are fully informed in what is available in the world of dentistry.”

Within this website, the public have access to a wide range of dental information – covering topics from teething to implants.

 

Dr Dev Boparoy

Principal Dentist

Dr Dev Boparoy grew up and studied in New Zealand where he graduated from the University of Otago, New Zealand.

He is a Partner here at FirstBite Dental.

His experience started in New Zealand, after which he moved to Queensland, providing Emergency and General Dentistry treatment. He also worked within the School of Dental Services where he provided, and still does, General Anaesthetic treatments on adults and kids in hospital.

Dev’s areas of interest now incorporates more advanced treatments including Cosmetic Dentistry, Orthodontics (Fixed Braces and Invisalign) as well as Implant Dentistry. Spending over 150 hours a year in continuing education and development allows us to provide the latest in technological advances in dentistry.

Providing our patients with the highest standard of care, our aim is to provide our patients with all their options and create a treatment plan to achieve and maintain your perfect smile.

 

Both Dr Agim Hymer & Dr Dev Boparoy are members of:

  • The Australian Dental Association.
  • FICCDE Orthodontics (Fellow of the International College of Continuing Dental Education, Sydney & Singapore)
  • Progressive Orthodontics Providers (General Dental Practice), both completing the Advanced Orthodontic Series

and involved with:

  • Invisalign and TRULine Clear Orthodontic Systems
  • Special interest in Dental Implant Surgery (MIS, Ankylos and 3M Mini Implant Systems)
  • Diagnosis and Management of Sleep Apnoea in conjunction with the Western Respiratory and Sleep Clinic
  • Somnomed Sleep Apnoea Device provider
  • Facial Injectables for the treatment of TMJ Disorders
  • The use of Lasers for Dental Treatment

Dr Alan Taing

Dentist

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Dr Tahmid Reza

Dentist

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Kristy Reid

Dental Hygienist

Kristy joined the FirstBite team in 2000. Within the practice Kristy has a special interest in gum (periodontal) health.

Her aim is to educate patients on how to a maintain healthy oral environment for life. During her time she has attended numerous courses to develop her skills to be able to provide optimum service.

Working part time at FirstBite provides the perfect balance with looking after two very active young boys at home.

 

Jessica Judd - Essendon Dental HygienistJessica Judd

Dental Hygienist

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