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Centenary Orthodontics

132 Yallambee Road, JINDALEE, QLD, 4074

Centenary Orthodontics principal is Dr Elissa Freer - Stuartholme alumna 1979-1983. She is one of five daughters of Gerard and Maureen Freer (Red Seal and Freer's chips) who attended Stuartholme. Elissa's aunty was Sr Annie Freer who resided at Stuartholme for over 50 years.
Elissa has been in private orthodontic practice since 1998 and has taught orthodontics at UQ Dental School for several years. She is a reviewer for the Australian Journal of Orthodontics. She gained her BDSc Hons (general dental qualifications)in 1988 and MDSc (orthodontic specialist qualifications)in 1997. She is a registered specialist with the Australian Society of Orthodontics. Many general dentists now provide orthodontic services and they do not have the same qualifications as a registered specialist.
Centenary Orthodontics provides specialist Orthodontic treatment customised to your needs and carried out by an experienced and caring team. Early childhood, adolescent and adult treatment options, aesthetic appliances and Invisalign. We can do plates, expansion and functional appliances. You will receive an honest opinion about your child's treatment needs.
Treatment requirements vary and appropriate orthodontic treatment is always customised.

Elissa is committed to providing the best orthodontic treatment in a caring and ethical environment. She can provide advice about wisdom teeth and has a qualified hygienist working in the practice. She will tell you if orthodontic treatment is necessary for functional (bite) reasons or just to improve aesthetics. Elissa will tell you honestly whether orthodontic treatment is needed at all.
If you would like to make an enquiry - please ring our receptionist Cherie on 33765266. Cherie is very knowledgeable and has been working in orthodontics for more than 15 years.
As a guide 8-9 years of age is a good time for the first orthodontic check-up. Treatment is often not required this early. Elissa can let you know if any early intervention is required and at what age your child needs to be reviewed.

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