Dr Brett Stewart
– BDS (Honours) Syd.Uni.
Brett commenced studying Dentistry at the University of Sydney in 1974.
In addition to pursuing academic endeavours Brett was an active member of Sydney University Athletic Club and represented the University every year at the annual National Intervarsity Championships.
In 1976 Brett was offered a Cadetship with the Royal Australian Navy and Commissioned as a Midshipman to complete his University study.
Brett graduated in 1979 and was awarded an Honours Degree Class 11 for being in the top ten students in his graduating year.
In 1979 Brett was promoted to Surgeon Lieutenant and commenced full time service in the RAN. He served aboard HMAS Derwent, HMAS Stalwart, HMAS Perth, and HMAS Canberra and was part of the Commissioning crew aboard HMAS Success.
In 1986 Brett transferred to the RAN Emergency Reserve and commenced practice in Toukley.
Brett’s other interests are sports especially cycling, athletics and Triathlon.
Brett has qualified for the Ironman Triathlon World Championships on seven occasions and has had three Podiums in that event. Future challenges are to ride all the famous Tour De France Mountain climbs and learn to speak French.
Brett’s greatest passion has always been Dentistry he chose his career path when he was 15years old. , His guiding philosophy is, that he is treating a person not just their tooth and he likes to engage in conversation. You can be assured that he constantly strives to deliver the best treatment advice and the highest standard of clinical dentistry achievable.