Dr Denize believes it is a privilege to work in orthodontics. "It is a profession where I see success in the creation of beautiful smiles and I am rewarded by the outcome of confident and happy patients." Dr Denize was born and raised in New Zealand where he trained as a dentist and has subsequently worked in Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Australia. He is excited to now call Albany his home although he will always support the All Blacks. He completed his master's degree in Orthodontics and Craniofacial Biology at King's College London and has been awarded membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He has won several prizes in his professional career and is a published author in the international orthodontic literature. Dr Denize has an extensive knowledge of current orthodontics techniques but especially enjoys challenging cases involving facial aesthetics. He is a member of several prestigious national and international societies and has full registration as a specialist with AHPRA. He currently sits on two committees for the Australian Dental Association and is the Great Southern representative for regional and remote dentistry in Western Australia. He practices gently, respecting both the patient and their parents' wishes. Dr Denize has a long history of providing volunteer and community services both overseas and in Australia. This spans from Nepal to Vanuatu to Western Australia.
Dr Singer is a specialist orthodontist who is registered with the Dental Board of Australia (AHPRA), and has achieved Australian Orthodontic Board Certification. He is a full member of the Australian Dental Association, the Australian Society of Orthodontics (ASO), the World Federation of Orthodontics, the Australasian Cleft Lip and Palate Association, and is a foundation member of the Oral Health Centre at the University of Western Australia. He has previously been the President and Secretary of the state ASO branch (WA) and has been the Federal treasurer for the ASO. Dr Singer is a Consultant orthodontist at Princess Margaret Hospital for Children. He has a special interest in the treatment of children with facial clefts and other dentofacial anomalies. He is active in research and teaching, and has lectured nationally and internationally on several occasions. Dr Singer has published 19 articles in peer review journals including, The Angle Orthodontist, The International Journal of Prosthodontics, The Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry, The Cleft Lip and Craniofacial Journal and the Australian Dental Journal. To ensure he and his staff stay at the highest level of knowledge of orthodontics and dentistry Dr Singer regularly attends meetings and conferences in Australia and overseas and organises staff attendance at continuing education courses.