Dr Rob Aurelio
Rob graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2001 with First Class Honours and was the dux of both 4th and 5th years. He won several awards including The John Iliffe Scholarship, the ADA Victoria Branch prize and Rowden White prize for the highest aggregate, the Gladys and George Campbell scholarship for the highest marks in dental studies, the Tuckfield and Shepherd Prize for the highest marks in dental prosthetics and the winner of the Ernest Joske Memorial Prize for ‘the best all round student in the final year of the course’. Rob was fortunate enough to commence working that year at this practice, and in 2006 became a principal dentist following the retirement of Dr. Kim Coillet.
Rob has always tried to follow the ethos of the practice which is to treat people with kindness and care, as if they were a close relative. He enjoys all aspects of general and specialised areas of dentistry and regularly attends continuing education courses to keep abreast of all new innovations.
Rob is a very keen fisherman, he enjoys camping and hiking, a football tragic being an avid supporter of the Essendon Football Club, and enjoys tinkering in the shed.