With 27 years’ experience treating thousands of patients in the Hills district of Sydney, John has built an enviable reputation for delivering the highest quality service in the field of orthodontics.
So how does an orthodontist differ from a dentist?
You hopefully have a great dentist who does a good job of looking after the ongoing health of your teeth, but when your dental needs move beyond everyday maintenance, you need the services of an orthodontist. Orthodontists undergo years of additional education that enables them to treat dental and jaw discrepancies.
John holds both a Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree, and a Master of Dental Surgery degree in Orthodontics from the University of Sydney, and is also a leading Invisalign Specialist in the Hills area. John received the Lifetime Achievement award at Hobart Invisalign Conference in 2017. An Invisalign-accredited lecturer, he also developed digital photography techniques for Invisalign, one of many innovative topics on which he has both presented and published articles.
John’s wealth of experience is complimented by his passion for helping people smile with confidence, and for using the latest technology to help them do so. By continually adopting cutting edge techniques, he has been able to consistently deliver the most effective and painless treatment available anywhere in the world.
This is evidenced by Brace5’s dedication to Non-Extraction Treatment, and Early and Functional Treatment, practices designed to eliminate or reduce the need to undergo the traumatic experience of invasive surgery and tooth extraction. This ethos is exemplified by John’s expertise in delivering Invisalign treatment, a practically invisible process that avoids the self-consciousness associated with traditional teeth straightening techniques.
Demonstrating its true commitment to delivering the best possible services to patients, Brace5 was the first practice in Australia to use the itero 3D scanner, an advanced piece of equipment used to quickly and comfortably generate highly accurate 3D mouth imaging, effectively replacing the need to take uncomfortable physical molds.