Dr. Pazios is the director of the Embrace Orthodontists and is a U.S.-trained orthodontist. Dr. Pazios received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery degree from Adelaide University in 1988 and had a successful dental practice for 10 years. Dr. Pazios then pursued his orthodontic training in the U.S., where he received his Master of Science degree in orthodontics from Saint Louis University.
Dr. Pazios has experience in orthodontic treatment of both children and adults of all ages. He also keeps up-to-date with the latest techniques and technology through ongoing education. Dr. Pazios is a member of several professional associations. These include the Australian Society of Orthodontics, Australian Dental Association, American Association of Orthodontics, and American Board of Orthodontics.
Dr. Pazios is passionate about creating beautiful smiles and giving his patients the confidence of a natural and healthy smile. Dr. Pazios and the team also believe in providing a level of service beyond expectation and creating a positive orthodontic experience for our patients.
Dr. Antony Vidovic, originally from Melbourne, qualified as a dentist at the University of Sydney in 1983. Antony then practised general dentistry for seven years in Victoria. In 1991, Antony qualified as an orthodontist at the Oregon Health Sciences University and returned to join the Embrace Orthodontists.
Antony enjoys all kinds of sports and outdoor activities, especially cycling, surfing, and adventure travel.
"I truly believe that we have the best office of anywhere around. We really enjoy what we do here – and it shows. The orthodontic experience should be a positive one, and we work very hard to promote self confidence and a healthy mental attitude. We want each of our patients to feel comfortable and cared for. We take pride in providing a level of service beyond the expectations of our patients and their families, while creating healthy, beautiful smiles."
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