Dr Elaine Lim Orthodontist [Bachelor of Dental Surgery and Master of Dental Science (Orthodontics)] has been recognised for clinical and academic achievements. She has been involved in dental and orthodontic scientific research and has completed her Thesis Titled "Analysis of elemental composition using Proton Induced X-ray and Gamm Ray Emissions in cementum and orthodontically induced root resorption craters" for The University of Sydney in 2007.

Dr Elaine Lim Orthodontist is involved in teaching and lecturing. She has also published literature in prestigious Dental, Orthodontic and Education Journals, some are listed below:

•  Comparison of Australian and American orthodontic clinical approaches towards root resorption
Australian Orthodontic Journal. Volume 28, Issue 2 (Nov 2012)
•  Physical properties of root cementum: Part 15. Analysis of elemental composition by using proton-induced x-ray and gamma-ray emissions in orthodontically induced root resorption craters of rat molar cementum after exposure to systemic fluoride.
American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopaedics. Volume 139, Issue 2 (February 2011)
•  Student experiences of assessment in two problem-based dental curricula: Adelaide and Dublin.
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education. Vol. 30, Issue 5,(2005)
•  Analysis Of Elemental Composition Using Proton Induced X-Ray And Gamma Ray Emissions In - Part 1: Orthodontically Induced Root Resorption Craters Of Rat Molar Cementum Following Exposure To Systemic Fluoride; - Part 2: Human Cementum (A) Following Heavy And Light Orthodontic Forces (B) Orthodontically Induced Root Resorption Craters.