Team List

Anne-Maree Cole graduated from the University of Qld with honours, in 1982 and in 2014 completed a Masters Degree in Sleep Medicine at the University of Sydney. She has had a long-term interest in Aesthetic Dentistry and in the year 2000 began taking comprehensive post-graduate programs at LVI in the United States, where she has taken more programs than any other dentist in the world and is now a featured instructor. This education has led to a deep and evolving interest in not only aesthetics, but TMD, sleep and orthodontics. She is a strong believer in getting to the root cause of problems because only by acknowledging and addressing these can we hope break the cycle of destruction.

Dr Susan Gibbs graduated from the University of Queensland with honours in 1988. She has worked with Anne-Maree at her previous General Dental Practice since 1995 and is proud to now be joining the Aesthetic Excellence team full time.   Susan has an interest in cosmetic and neuromuscular dentistry, commencing her training in the United States in 2002. She also treats patients in the related area of sleep dentistry.   Her presence in the practice will increase our ability to see patients for all aspects of their dental care.
Robbern White
Hygienist | Orofacial Myologist

Robbern has been a Dental Hygienist since 1990. She spent 10 years working in the Airforce inlcuding Wagga Wagga, Adelaide, Newcastle and Richmond placements. Robbern is an integral part of the Aesthetic Excellence team, aligning with our strong philosophy of prevention. She is current President of The Dental Hygienists’ Association of Australia (Queensland Branch).

Robbern is also a trained Orofacial Myologist and is an essential part of our approach to orthodontics. Orofacial Myology Treatment helps retrain the muscles and function to ensure long-term orthodontic success. It is also an important part of prevention of orthodontic problems for children.

Cheree Wheaton
Hygienist | Orofacial Myologist
Cheree has been in the dental industry since 1996 and graduated as an Oral Health Therapist (paediatric and preventive) from the University of Queensland in 2000.  She initially worked in private practice in Sydney and then returned home to Brisbane to start her family. Cheree has a strong preventive focus which she applies to all aspects of her life, especially dentistry. Her own personal experiences with mouth breathing, jaw pain, headaches as well as seeing her own children develop poor oral functional habits, led her on a journey towards studying Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy. Cheree is passionate about creating healthy life-long oral habits and function for both adults and children which compliments the philosophies at James Street Dentists. Cheree is currently the President of the Australian Association of Orofacial Myology and spends a good deal of her spare time furthering her knowledge so our patients can benefit.