A specialist orthodontist will take the time to listen to your wants, identify your needs and talk about your future health.
While our team possess the very latest in training and facilities, we think there’s more to a great smile. That’s why our service comes with a smile too. Your ease is our priority. You’ll discover friendly staff, complete comfort and the utmost care.
Our care begins with a personalised treatment plan, because no two patients – and no two mouths – are the same. We’ll assess and recommend treatment at the most appropriate age based on the need, not standardised practices. And you can take comfort in knowing that ongoing maintenance costs nothing extra. It’s another reason why MyOrtho will have you smiling every step of the way.
Founder Dr David Mastroianni is an incurable perfectionist – a trait that was witnessed in his many years of study. Graduating in 2003 from Sydney University with a First Class Honours degree in Dentistry, David went on to complete the Primary Examinations for the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, receiving commendations in all subjects before undertaking his postgraduate doctorate degree in Orthodontics at Melbourne University in 2007.
David enjoys maintaining an up-to-the minute knowledge of current practices in orthodontics, particularly in the area of technology. He equally enjoys the daily interactions with his patients and their families. He is approachable, and likes to explain all aspects of treatment with his patients.
Outside of work, David enjoys running through Centennial Park or along one of the local beaches. He also enjoys football and motorsport.
“I probably take the continuity of care a little too seriously. Watching patients from their younger years, through adolescence to early adulthood is the most satisfying part of the job. It’s really enjoyable to see photos of patients at the completion of their treatment.”
After graduating as a dentist from Adelaide University, Emily enjoyed an inspiring first year, working as a general dentist in Hervey Bay for Queensland Health.
She then moved to London for several years, working as a Senior House Officer in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Guys, Kings and St Thomas’s Hospital. Emily completed the UK equivalent of the Royal Australia College of Dental Surgeons primary examinations during her time at Guy’s (MFDS), which meant ‘I saw more of the inside of a textbook than of Europe’ but helped her to gain a place in the highly regarded postgraduate orthodontic program at Melbourne University.
Emily completed the three year postgraduate doctorate program in Orthodontics at the University of Melbourne in 2008. Emily finds being an Orthodontist very rewarding.
“Personally I get great pleasure in finding more efficient ways to achieve even better results. Part of this is getting to know my patients well, and therefore being able to tailor aspects of their treatment better to them.”
Hi my name is Amy and I graduated from the University of Newcastle with a Bachelor of Oral Health in 2009.
I have worked in Orthodontics for the past 17 years. I started as a dental assistant at the tender age of 18. A few years later I decided to step things up and go on to study full-time to become a hygienist. I love how changing someone’s smile can change their confidence. It is so rewarding to watch.
When I am not at work, I am busy with my family. I have a young daughter who keeps me and my husband busy and a dog Louie who is very enthusiastic and keeps us busy too!
Hi I’m Vivek, I completed my studies as an oral health therapist and hygienist graduating from the University of Sydney in 2015. I joined the team at MyOrtho in 2017 and have loved helping to create healthy, beautiful and well functioning smiles ever since.
Outside of work I enjoy staying active and travelling when I get the chance.
Hello there, I am Caitlin, my position at MyOrtho is Clinical Management. This involves a few jobs so you’ll probably see me speeding around the clinic helping out where I can. If you don’t see me I promise you’ll hear me, if I’m not talking I’m making jokes about Dr David and if I’m not making jokes I’m laughing at said jokes. I’ve been in the dental industry for about 7 years. Whats made me stay in orthodontics is definitely the team at MyOrtho, I’ve never worked with such caring and considerate people. I promise if you begin your journey with us, you’ll be surrounded by the best, funniest (me), professional and amazing team possible.
Hello, my name is Jessica. I am the practice manager and receptionist here at MyOrtho, I am originally from England where I worked as a receptionist in the NHS and I moved to Sydney in 2016. This is my first role within orthodontics and I have thoroughly enjoyed learning all about the processes. It is exciting to see someone’s smile at the end of their treatment. Outside of work I enjoy reading and exploring new places in Australia!