Lupton Stewart Orthodontics: Gladstone
Dr Lupton grew up in Brisbane and completed his undergraduate dental training at the University of Queensland before moving to Central Queensland to work for Queensland Health clinics in Rockhampton, Emerald, Gladstone and Biloela. After serving many years in a combined management and clinical role he returned to the University of Queensland for specialist training in orthodontics. As an orthodontist he has served many years with Queensland Health as Specialist Consultant across Central Queensland and the Sunshine Coast while also developing private practices in Gladstone, Rockhampton and Yeppoon. Dr Lupton is passionate about supporting training and education and has returned to the University of Queensland to assist with training orthodontists. As Adjunct Professor at CQ University, Dr Lupton provides orthodontic training in the Bachelor of Oral Health program, graduates of which are eligible to be registered Oral Health Therapists. Dr Lupton has introduced clinical training for undergraduate Oral Health Therapists by integrating their final year practical training into his routine practice operation. Outside of orthodontics, Dr Lupton has continued his passion for eduction through the creation and exclusive funding of private tuition bursaries at The Rockhampton Grammar School.He loves to travel, sail, ski and relax and is personally involved with development of software and related technolgies for orthodontic and oral maxillofacial specialist practices.
Dr Stewart grew up in Monto where he did his schooling before moving to Brisbane to complete undergraduate dental training at the University of Queensland. On graduation, he relocated to Gladstone to work with Queensland Health. After working in a variety of public clinics, Dr Stewart moved to England for a short while to serve in private practice and travel throughout Europe. He returned to complete specialist training in orthodontics at the University of Queensland before returning to Rockhampton. As born and bred Central Queenslanders, Dr Stewart and his wife have many friends and family connections throughout the area and their two daughters keep them busy.