Brett is a 1984 graduate of Sydney University with a long interest in continuing education. For six years in the early 90s he was a Clinical Tutor at Sydney University before being elected five times to ADA NSW Branch Council. In this role he both supported the formation, and was a founding director of, the ADA NSW Centre for Professional Development. He was instrumental in encouraging Dr. Bill Dickerson to bring his LVI team to launch the centre in 2003. Brett has given numerous lectures to various groups on diverse topics in Australia and the US. His views on practice management and patient communication have been published internationally. In 2003 he was made an honorary fellow of both the International College of Dentists and The Pierre Fauchard Academy. In 2006 he was the inaugural recipient of the ADA NSW Branch Medallion for "Outstanding Contribution to Dentistry". He commenced his LVI education in 2000 and has been a clinical instructor since 2003. In 2007 he was appointed one of the founding lecturers of LVI Global Australia and has continued in that role since. He maintains a full time private practice in Sydney Australia with an emphasis on cosmetic and neuromuscular rehabilitation. He has a wife, two young daughters, two cats, no spare time, and less hair than this photo implies.
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Whether its a simple filling or leading edge cosmetic dental work, selecting the right dentist is perhaps your most important decision
Cosmetic dentistry is not taught in dental school. While some dentists promote being a cosmetic dentist, dental procedures have the potential to change the structure and alignment of teeth and jaw which can cause problems now, or in the future.
The dentist you choose should be experienced in the principals of Neuromuscular dentistry. Today less than 1% of Australian dentists have received advanced post graduate courses in these skills.