Practice Founder: Dr Keith StewartDr Keith Stewart graduated from the UNSW in 1981. He began practicing in the northern suburbs and founded the Connolly practice in the late 1980's. Keith was a kind and gentle man. He was known for his quiet nature and his "if it isn't broken, don't fix it" attitude and offered no-frills dentistry that lasted and could still be beautiful. He semi-retired in the last few years of his life and spent much of his time on his hobby farm in Mooliabeenee, where he enjoyed woodworking and his orchard. Keith passed away very suddenly in February 2016. He was much loved and will be missed.
Dr Meike StewartDr Meike Stewart is Keith's daughter and continues to practice the same no-nonsense dentistry that Keith always offered. She delights in getting to know her patients and loves having families visit the practice. As a mother of three herself she understands the demands of family life and believes in real world dentistry, that can be both cosmetic and practical. Meike is also very proficient at and enjoys making dentures, having married a dental technician (who makes the dentures).Outside of work Meike enjoys spending time with her children and family.
Dr Eva KierathDr Eva Kierath joined the practice and assisted during the difficult transition following Keith's passing at the beginning of the 2016. Eva also enjoys seeing children and families. In her spare time Eva is an elite trampolinist.Eva graduated with a Bachelor in Dental Science from the University of Western Australia in 2015. Since graduating Eva has been working as part of the team at Connolly Dental Surgery. Eva enjoys all aspects of general dentistry, especially seeing children and families. Eva has a practical, evidence-based approach to dentistry.
Dr Rosy NikolicRosy graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bach of Dental Surgery. Rosy's most recent experiences have been in private practice in Queensland and she has also been fortunate enough to have varied roles in her career that have contributed to her vast amount of general dental experience. These include working as an educator at Melbourne University, in special needs clinics and volunteering at a children's clinic in Vietnam. Rosy loves all aspects of dentistry and prides herself on being able to make sure all her patients have access to a healthy mouth and nice smile, no matter their budget.