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Dr Roslyn Mayne



Dr Mayne graduated from dentistry at The University of Melbourne with honours. During her undergraduate study, she underwent officer cadet training with Melbourne University Regiment and received the S.A.F Pond scholarship. Dr Mayne was awarded the Ernest Joske Best All Round student award, Dean’s Honours List, John Iliffe prize and Rowden White prize for highest aggregate marks in 2002.

Originating from country Victoria, Dr Mayne returned to her community to work in public and private practice as a recipient of Victorian Rural Healthcare Undergraduate Scholarship. Dr Mayne is an active member of her local ADAVB group and state committees, holding many positions over the years. After completing the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons primary exams with commendations, Dr Mayne returned to The University of Melbourne for three years full-time specialist orthodontic training. Her research in demineralised enamel damage caused by debanding procedures was awarded the Elsdon Storey Research Award from ASOFRE. Dr Mayne received the John McDonald medal for best international candidate during Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) MOrtho exams in 2009.

Dr Mayne has been a hearing panel list member of AHPRA’s Professional Standards Panel since 2007 and has completed numerous panels and independent opinions regarding patient care and practitioner performance.

Dr Mayne is in private practice at Goulburn Valley Orthodontics in regional Victoria with her husband, Dr Robert Mayne. She enjoys raising their three children together and the adventures that it brings.