Dr Anning, the local orthodontics expert with an international education
Patients tell us they’re always impressed with Dr Anning’s friendly and professional manner, coupled with his expertise and passion for making them smile.
Dr Anning’s experience and training
Dr Ross Anning hails from Auckland but received significant experience in both New Zealand and the UK. Having first qualified at the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand, he worked in Auckland and London as a dentist.
This experience fuelled his passion for more complex cases requiring orthodontic treatment, so he returned to the University of Otago to complete a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry. This three year course qualified Dr Anning to become a registered specialist orthodontist. He also became a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.
After his time studying at the University of Otago, he returned to London, England. This is where Dr Anning gained extensive, invaluable experience in using state-of-the-art technology to transform the lives of adults and young people needing complex orthodontic treatment.
Founding Auckland City Orthodontics
Dr Anning returned to New Zealand with the desire to found his own practice, whereupon he established Auckland City Orthodontics in the heart of Auckland's CBD. It was Dr Anning’s dream to provide the residents and workers within his home community with a convenient location to receive the best treatment.
As a family man, who likes to spend time with his own young family, Dr Anning understands your needs. Parents seeking treatment for their children and teenagers are always impressed by his kind manner with nervous and young patients.
When Dr Anning is not working at his practice, studying or spending time with his young family, he enjoys a round or two of golf.
Dr Anning’s professional memberships
Dr Anning is a proud member of the New Zealand Association of Orthodontists; the British Orthodontic Society; the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons.
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Terms and conditions
Some consultations require collation of information from other practitioners, additional diagnostic records and/or evaluations undertaken in order to provide you with an in depth orthodontic opinion. In such cases a $250 consultation fee will apply. These could include children under 12, patients referred by their dentist or dental specialist, patients in treatment elsewhere seeking to transfer or those seeking a second opinion.
A free consultation, if applicable, is only offered once. If you fail to attend your free consultation, or cancel at short notice (less than 24 hours before the appointment) a non-refundable $250 charge will be payable prior to scheduling your next appointment.