Dreyer is an AHPRA registered
specialist orthodontist and ASO member
Professor Dreyer Editor of the Australian Orthodontic Journal and head of the Orthodontics Unit at Adelaide Hospital.
Professor Dreyer currently holds the PR Begg Chair in Orthodontics at The University of Adelaide, after obtaining his orthodontic qualification in 1981 and his basic dental degree in 1974.
He has been an academic and a researcher for the past 30 years and involved with the education of dental and orthodontic students. During that time he has held a number of executive positions within the University and currently serves as an Assistant Dean and convenes the Academic Advisory Committee of the Adelaide School of Dentistry.
Dr Dreyer has been active in the orthodontic world as an external examiner and as a member of the World Journal Editor’s Forum. He is an international member of the American Association of Orthodontists, a Member of the European Orthodontic Society, a Fellow of the World Federation of Orthodontists, as well as holding executive positions in the Australian Society of Orthodontists and the Australasian Begg Society of Orthodontists of which he has been awarded life membership.
For the past 20 years he has been involved in the Committee of the Australian Orthodontic Journal and is currently the Editor-in-Chief.
Dr Dreyer holds an education qualification as well as several higher clinical degrees and Fellowships. The educational aspect of his career has been the most rewarding, as students are nurtured through educational programs. Interaction with students has the effect of either keeping you young or tiring you out. Dr Dreyer intends to remain forever young.