Dr Oliver completed his dental degree (with Honours) at the University of Queensland in 1998. After graduating he worked in private practice for seven years in Toowong, Clayfield and abroad before undertaking specialist orthodontic training.
Dr Oliver is a registered specialist in orthodontics, having completed a three-year Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry (Orthodontics) at the University of Queensland. He lectures to dentists and has undertaken further study to gain membership to the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. This training, experience and his commitment to continuing education gives his patients that they will be receiving the best orthodontic care available.
Dr Oliver believes that evidence-based practice holds the key to providing the best treatment for patients. He keeps up-to-date with the latest technologies and treatment philosophies and regularly attend orthodontic conferences.
When not working towards the perfect smile, he loves to spend time with his family and enjoys cycling, tennis, sailing and music.
Dr Rogers completed her dentistry degree at the University of Queensland in 2000, with first class honours. Amongst a number of other final year academic awards, she also received the Mary Moffatt Memorial Prize in Orthodontics.
Dr Rogers practised dentistry in Queensland and the United Kingdom before returning to Australia to study her Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Orthodontics at the University of Sydney. She is a senior lecturer in orthodontics for the undergraduate dentistry degree at the University of Queensland.
Outside of orthodontics, she enjoys spending time with her husband and children, as well as wider family and friends. She has a keen interest in travel – having spent time travelling throughout Europe and the Americas, and is currently learning French.
Dr Rogers also enjoys expressing her creative flare through millinery and fashion design and spending time with her spoilt exotic short haired cat, Coco.