Federal Executive


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Dr Mark Hutton

President

Since graduating from Adelaide University in 1975, Mark has been active on a range of local issues in South Australia including water fluoridation in Mt Gambier where his practice is located. Mark has been a SA branch Country Councillor since 1996, serving as President of the SA Branch in 2004 and 2007. In 2004, Mark was elected as a Federal Councillor and was elected to Federal Executive in 2014. He has actively contributed to a wide range of ADA committees including the Constitution and Policy Committee, which he has chaired since 2014. He is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, the Academy of Dentistry International and the Pierre Fauchard Academy.

 
 

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Dr Stephen Liew

Vice-President

Dr Stephen Liew received the Australian Outstanding Young Dentist Award, is an ADA Victoria Councillor and former Victorian President. He Chairs the Recent Graduates Advisory Panel and Employed Dentist Working Party and is Vice-Chair of the Digital Health Committee. He sits on the Australian Digital Health Agency’s Secure Messaging Steering Group and the FDI World Dental Congress 2021 Committee. He worked rurally in public health, volunteered in Australia and overseas and is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, the Academy of Dentistry International and the Pierre Fauchard Academy.

 
 

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Dr Martin Webb

Treasurer

A past Queensland branch President, and current member of the ADAQ Council, Dr Martin Webb has served on the ADA’s Schedule and Third-Party Committee for over 12 years, and for the last two years on the Infection Control Committee. In 2016, Martin was awarded a Distinguished Service Award by the ADAQ. He is a Fellow of the International College of Dentists, the Academy of Dentistry International and the Pierre Fauchard Academy, and Vice Chair of the Scientific Committee for the FDI World Dental Congress 2021.

 
 

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Dr Scott Davis

First Executive Councillor

With experience in remote dental practice, academia and private practice, Scott has worked as a consultant prosthodontist, with a primary interest in implant rehabilitation and full mouth reconstruction, as well as lecturing on prosthodontics across the world. Scott has been involved with the ADA for many years, including as a NSW branch Executive Council member, a Federal Council member and currently as a Federal Executive member. He is a member of several ADA Federal Committees – Constitution & Policy, DIME, Schedule & Third Party and Chair of the Specialist Working Group.

 
 

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Dr Chris Sanzaro 

Second Executive Councillor

With a strong interest in prevention and long-term case planning and management, Chris was elected as a member of the ADA Tasmanian Branch Council in 2010. He has served on Council since then, including 12 months as Branch President. Chris was elected to Federal Council in 2014 and has spent time on Schedule & Third Party, and Audit and Risk Committees. Outside of ADA, Chris works in his private practice in Launceston, Tasmania with four other dentists and two hygienists. Graduating from Adelaide University, Chris worked for Queensland Health and then entered private practice in Shepparton, Victoria. Chris was elected to Federal Executive in November 2020.