Our Specialists Orthodontists are Australian Registered Dental Specialists
Our Orthodontists are Australian trained and registered Dental Specialists who are recognised to provide you with the highest skill in orthodontic treatments. All Specialist Orthodontists are fully qualified dentists who have undergone specialist training but not all dentist are Specialist Orthodontists!
To have the assurance that you or your family are obtaining the best and most qualified advice, ensure you see a Specialist who is trained to address your concerns. If you are unsure if you are seeing the correct professional, check out the Australian Government Registry (Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency) to check their qualifications and registration.
Dr Adrian Tan
Having completed his Bachelor of Dental Surgery with Honours at the University of Sydney (2003), Adrian has worked both in Private Practice and as a Senior Dental Officer at the Westmead Centre for Oral Health (Metropolitan and Rural Clinics) for a number of years before completing his Masters in Dental Science (Orthodontics) at the University of Sydney (2008).
Adrian have also completed the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry Accreditation, and is a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), Member of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (Orthodontics), Member of the Australian Dental Association and a Member of the Australian Society of Orthodontists.
He has vast experience in conventional, customisable and lingual orthodontics, sequential clear aligners (Invisalign, ClearCorrect and Suresmile), dentofacial orthopaedics and interdisciplinary management (restorative and orthognathic Jaw surgery) as well as been trained in the latest advancements in orthodontics (3M Incognito, ORMCO Insignia and Suresmile)
Adrian’s passion is orthodontics and he is blessed to provide so many of his patients with smiles that they love! His love of what he does helps him aid in the training of Future Specialist Orthodontists at the University of Sydney. Adrian currently holds an Honorary Clinical Associate position with the University of Sydney, providing clinical tutoring for the training of future orthodontists.
Dr Daniel Tan
Daniel completed his Bachelor of Dental Surgery with Honours at the University of Sydney (2004), and has worked in both in Public and Private practice for over 8 years before deciding to complete his Doctor in Clinical Dentistry (Orthodontics) at the University of Sydney (2012).
He is a Fellow and Member of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (Orthodontics) and Member of the Australian Dental Association
Daniel’s passion is orthodontics and his young family making it easy for him to provide friendly and helpful advice to his patients!
Dr Peter Hoang
Peter was born and raised in Sydney where he attended Fort Street High School. After completing high school Peter travelled to Adelaide to complete his degree in dentistry. Peter returned to Sydney to work in private practice and to tutor Oral Surgery at the University of Sydney. After completing the Long Orthodontic Course at the University of Sydney, Peter decided to study orthodontics.
During this time Peter became a fellow of the Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons, completed a Masters in Philosophy (a research degree on Orthodontic Miniscrews), completed his Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in Orthodontics at the University of Sydney (2015), became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh (Ortho) and of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (Ortho). He is a member of the Australian Dental Association and is on the federal and state committees of the Australian Society of Orthodontists.
Peter has been involved in previous sleep disordered breathing/sleep apnoea research and currently is part of an interdisciplinary sleep team along with ENT surgeons, sleep physicians, exercise physiologists, sleep psychologists and dentists.
In his spare time, Peter enjoys watching Game of Thrones, attending to his backyard garden and making starter pack memes on his phone.