Carousel Orthodontic Centre
Dr Howard Holmes is a proud Western Australian and a passionate orthodontist. He is married to Valerie and they have one daughter.
In 1993 he completed his Bachelor of Dental Science with Honours from the University of Western Australia and was dux of his graduating year. After four years in general dental practice, Dr Holmes went on to complete a specialist Masters degree (MDSc) in Orthodontics in 2000. Dr Holmes continues to maintain professional links with University of Western Australia and currently holds an appointment as Clinical Senior Lecturer at the School of Dentistry.
Dr Holmes is an active member of numerous professional organisations including The Australian Dental Association, The Australian Society of Orthodontists, The World Federation of Orthodontists, the American Association of Orthodontists and the Dental Study Group of Western Australia. He is a Registered Orthodontic Specialist with the Dental Board of Australia and has achieved Australasian Orthodontic Board (AOB) Certification. Dr Holmes has earned numerous academic and clinical awards including the prestigious Elsdon Storey First Research Prize for the Orthodontic Research Excellence. In 2013 Dr Holmes was awarded honorary Fellowships of the International College of Dentists (FICD) and the Academy of Dentistry International (FADI) in recognition of his meritorious service and dedication to the dental profession.
Dr Holmes is the current President and the Western Australian Federal Councillor for the Australian Society of Orthodontists (ASO).
Outside of work, Dr Holmes is a keen guitarist, cyclist and surfer. His golfing skills are questionable, but he still tries anyway.
Dr Dyett was born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya, and moved to London to begin her career as a dentist. After completing a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) at the University of London with Honours in 2006, she moved to Perth to begin her career as a dentist.
Dr Dyett has completed research evaluating the impact of orthodontic tooth movement on surrounding tissues, and also on the use of 3-Dimensional scanning methods to assess facial asymmetry. Her research has been presented to fellow clinicians, and has been accepted for publication in the American Journal, Progress in Orthodontics.
Dr Dyett worked for three years as a dentist in private practice, and with the government dental health service. While working full-time she completed a Bachelor of Science in Dentistry (BSc Dent) with Honours at the University of Western Australia. In 2010 she commenced a full-time three year Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Orthodontics (DClinDent) at the University of Western Australia.
Dr Dyett is trained to use a number of functional appliances, both removable and fixed. She is skilled in implants to assist tooth movement, Invisalign, self-ligating brackets and complex surgical orthodontic cases.
Outside of work you will find her at the gym, cycling, rock climbing, cooking or spending time with family and friends.