Specialising in surgery for the jaws, face and mouth.

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About Profilo 

At Profilo, we are a leading medical and dental specialist provider of oral & maxillofacial surgical services…
Regardless of whether your referrer is a dentist or doctor.Many people question what we are, and what it is we do.

Profilo's Team of Specialists 

Profilo are a group of surgeons, anaesthetists, orthodontists, dentists, and doctors, who treat teeth, jaws and faces. Our principal surgeon is Dr Paul Coceancig, and whether your primary problem is a tooth, an oral condition, a facial condition, or a jaw condition…
We have the surgery clinic, we have the dentistry expertise, and the specialist surgical know how… to directly care for you. We treat wisdom teeth, dental implants, orthognathic surgery, orthodontic surgery and oral conditions, and coordinate treatment amongst many different professional groups.
Together, we aim at perfect dental health… and perfect facial health. For patients who are seeking a dental implant, or implant treatment, the combination of a specialist oral and maxillofacial surgeon with a general implant dentist, is an important one. 

Meet Our Doctors

Profilo is a team of staff, each of whom is specifically trained for the area in which they perform. We are not simply GPs
We are the specialist other specialists refer to.
Please take some time to explore some of the personalities that may assist in your care. For further information on each team member, click on their name.

Dr Paul Lloyd G Coceancig
MB, ChB, BDS Hon's, MDS OMS, FRACDS OMS
Specialist in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery

Paul is the principal surgeon at Profilo and provides the surgical expertise in the provision of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

Trained in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia, Paul has extensive knowledge and training in all facets of the surgical specialty. As well as having bachelor and masterate degrees in dentistry (BDS Honours University of Sydney & MDS in OMS University of Otago), and medicine/surgery (MB & ChB University of Otago) he holds a full surgical fellowship in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (FRACDS OMS), and was awarded with the honor of an ad eundem Fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Faculty of Dental Surgeons (FDSRCS a.e. England), in June 2009, based on his international career achievement and qualifications to date.

Working with outstanding staff, and sustained by above-par relationships with major hospitals, specialist surgical providers, pharmacists, and the professional medical and dental communities, Paul is able to provide the key role in the team provision of complex multidisciplinary surgical Oral & Maxillofacial care.

As part of a long family tradition of Australian military service (beginning with his great grandfather in the Boer conflict, his grandfather's WW2 experience in Kokoda and PNG, and his mother's experience as a Lieutenant army nurse during the Malayan crisis), Paul is also a Surgeon Lieutenant Commander in the Royal Australian Navy, Medical Specialist Reserves and also provides civilian surgical support to the wider military community.

Paul is supported by a loving wife (Angela), and has three daughters Alessandra (born 1998), Mia (born 2005) and Gigi (born 2011) and two sons Kaleb (born 2006) and Massimiliano (born 2009). Born in Sydney (his family first emigrated to Sydney from Perth, Scotland in 1826), he has lived and worked in Newcastle since late 1999, and was first introduced to the Hunter area after working a brief stint at Royal Newcastle Hospital in 1989. Paul's family are a mixture of Scots, English, Italian and Swiss heritage, and Paul's children all maintain citizenships with Switzerland, Italy (EC), New Zealand, and of course Australia.

Paul has worked at the John Hunter, Royal Newcastle, Calvary-Mater Misericordiæ, Belmont and James Fletcher Public Hospitals, Toronto, Warner's Bay & Newcastle Private Hospitals and in a number of roles including psychiatric medicine, emergency medicine, surgery, and in public and private Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery.

With a full working and training background in trauma and emergency medicine and surgery, as well as dentistry, Paul eventually completed his full surgical training in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery after 16 years of formal training before returning to permanently settle in Newcastle with his family.
He is a full member of the AMA, ADA, and ANZAOMS

MB ChB Otago
Bachelor of Medicine (MB) and Bachelor of Surgery (ChB), University of Otago
These degrees were conducted at the University of Otago, and together constitute a formal full-time 6 year undergraduate programme conducted through the University of Otago. The university is based in Dunedin, New Zealand, and was formerly called the University of New Zealand.

The Christchurch School of Medicine, located about 400km north of Dunedin in New Zealand’s South Island, conducts the final three years of medical clinical training. Following graduation, a one-year internship is normally completed in an Australasian Hospital.

Holding the Otago MB ChB entitles registration as a medical practitioner in Australasia (e.g. NSW Medical Board), and holders can practice the full scope of general medicine, or go on to specialty training.
Equivalent Australasian degrees are the MB BS, BM BS, BM BCh, and B Med qualifications. The US degree equivalent is the MD qualification.

Dr Coceancig is a holder of the MB ChB qualification and is fully registered as a medical practitioner in NSW. These qualifications served as his basis for medical specialty recognition with the Federal Health Insurance Agency, and therefore full surgical Medicare privileges. 

BDS Hon's Sydney
Bachelor of Dental Surgery, with Honours, University of Sydney
This degree was a five year, full-time degree which has been superceded by the combined 3 year undergraduate Science degree, and post-graduate 4 year Bachelor of Dentistry degree, conducted by the Faculty of Dentistry, University of Sydney. The US degree equivalents are the DMD or DDS qualifications.

Honours degrees (USA/Canada equivalent is “cum laude”) are awarded to the top 10-20% of the graduating class. Other Australian universities award the “with Honours” appendage when completing a further 1 year research component.
Holding the BDS degree entitles registration with the NSW Dental Board to practice as a “dentist” or “dental surgeon”. These two terms are used inter-mutually, but do not imply specialist training or formal surgical standing.
The degree entitles practice in general dentistry, or for initiation of formal specialty training through a clinical Master’s programme.

MDS OMS Otago
Master of Dental Surgery, in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Otago
The MDS degree at the University of Otago, is a three year full-time clinical degree course (in OMS this is run part-time over five years) which holders can use as basic specialty training towards becoming Orthodontists, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, Periodontists, Prosthodontists and Pedodontists. The appendage “OMS” specifically refers to the clinical programme being conducted in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. The degree is now effectively replaced by the Doctor of Clinical Dentistry qualification.

FDSRCS a.e. England
Fellowship in Dental Surgery of the Royal College of Surgeons Ad Eundem England

When "ad eundem" is added, it is meant to imply an honarary degree. It is an award based solely on ones specialist qualifications and career achievements to date, and is aimed at rewarding the practitioner by naming him a Fellow of the College. Approximately 5-7 ad eundem awards are given each year on the anniversary of the Colleges founding in July, and only to National and International dental professionals of repute and standing. Other UK based College's also award the title "Fellow" to "Members" who have been seen to have been of higher standing than their "member" peers.

FRACDS OMS
Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in the specialist field of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

This is the ultimate qualification for Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons, and represents the pinnacle of achievement and training in the specialty. Only holders of the specific letters of “FRACDS OMS” are entitled to full Medicare specialty privileges in Australia for OMS.

Applicants for the examination leading to the FRACDS OMS must be holders of both the MB ChB and BDS degrees, and have undergone four years of formal and approved clinical training in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. The qualification emulates the FRACS qualification for other surgical sub-specialties within medicine and surgery (such as general surgery, orthopedic surgery, cardio-thoracic surgery etc), and closely follows European, and US/Canadian training programmes in the specialty.

AMA
The Australian Medical Association
This is the peak representative medical representation body for all medical practitioners in Australia. Only registered medical practitioners can be full members of the AMA

ADA
The Australian Dental Association
This is the peak representative dental representation body for all dental practitioners in Australia. Only registered dental practitioners can be full members of the ADA

ANZAOMS
The Australian and New Zealand Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons
This is the peak representative body of Australian and New Zealand Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons.
Full membership is only offered to holders of the FRACDS OMS.

Dr Angela P Marty
BDS Otago, BSc Waikato
Dental Surgeon & Practice Manager 

Angela is the Practice Surgical Coordinator at Profilo, and provides health management expertise to the company enabling staff and centre interplay across a range of surgical services.
Trained in New Zealand, Angela has extensive knowledge and training in all facets of science and general dentistry.
Angela maintains active dental registration with the NSW Dental Board, and is a practicing dental surgeon with Hunter New England Health.
Angela has a profound depth of knowledge of the dental profession. Her unique working experience of public health dentistry, in combination with a wide understanding of Medicare and public health funding allows Angela unparalleled expertise in O&M surgical patient management. The complex intermix of hospital coordination, materiél supply, and insurance and Medicare funds knowledge makes Angela an especially valuable employee with Profilo.
Born in Hamilton, New Zealand, Angela first trained in Biology & Science at Waikato University before entering the Faculty of Dentistry at Otago University where she graduated as a Dental Surgeon in 1994. Moving to Newcastle in 2000, she has been employed with the dental departments of Royal Newcastle and Wallsend Hospitals for the past 6 years practicing hospital dentistry.
In addition to her management role, Angela offers intrinsic insight and free general dental advice to patients enabling them to coordinate their specialist surgical care with the treatment plan offered by the client’s own general dental practitioner.

Dr Robert Bartolacci
MB BS Sydney, FANZCA
Specialist in Anæsthesia

Dr Robert Bartolacci graduated from the University of Sydney (MB BS Honours) in 1986.
Completing intern studies at Royal Newcastle Hospital, he progressed to specialist Anæsthesiology training, with graduation as a specialist anæsthetist in 1997 with Fellowship of the Australian & New Zealand College of Anæsthetists (FANZCA). Robert completed post Fellowship training at the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, USA.

Currently Robert works part-time with NRMA CareFlight as a retrieval specialist, and with John Hunter Hospital as Visiting Medical Officer (Specialist Anæsthetist).

Robert also has specialist VMO status with all regional private hospitals, with his major appointments held through Toronto Private, Warners Bay Private and Newcastle Private Hospitals.

Specialist general anæsthesia has many different styles, and anæsthetic drugs & techniques vary according to the type of surgery performed. Working with maxillofacial surgeons for many years creates an operative environment that maximally enhances the hospital experience for the patient, and maximally reduces the chance of anæsthetic complications.
Dr Bartolacci has many years of experience with performing maxillofacial specific general anæsthesia for oral & maxillofacial patients, and has been working with Profilo continually for four years, providing a weekly operating list.

Dr Bartolacci is currently managed through Newcastle Anæsthesia and Pain Services (NAPS), and he may be contacted via his secretarial staff on...
 Ph: (02) 4935 9300
F: (02) 49576399   

Dr Brett McFadyen
MBBS (UniNSW) BMedSci (UniNSW) FANZCA FJFICM PDPCCE
Specialist in Anæsthesia & Intensive Care Medicine

Dr Brett McFadyen graduated from the University of New South Wales (MB BS & B.Med.Sci) in 1991.
Brett also has specialist VMO status with all regional private hospitals, with his major appointments held through Lake Macquarie Private, Warners Bay Private and Newcastle Private Hospitals.
 
Completing intern studies at John Hunter Hospital, Brett progressed to specialist (combined) Intensive Care Medicine & Anæsthesiology training, completing first his Fellowship of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine in 2000 (FJFICM) quickly followed by graduation as a specialist anaesthetist in 2001 as a Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA). Subsequently Brett studied for his Post Graduate Diploma in PeriOperative and Critical-Care Echo Cardiography (Post.Grad.Dip.Echo) at the University of Melbourne (2004).

Specialist general anaesthesia has many different styles, and anaesthetic drugs & techniques vary according to the type of surgery performed. Working with maxillofacial surgeons for many years creates an operative environment that maximally enhances the hospital experience for the patient, and maximally reduces the chance of anaesthetic complications.

Dr McFadyen has many years of experience with performing maxillofacial specific general anaesthesia for oral & maxillofacial patients, and provides a fortnightly operating list with Profilo.
Dr McFadyen is currently managed through Newcastle Anaesthesia and Pain Services (NAPS), and he may be contacted via his secretarial staff on..
Ph: (02) 4935 9300
F: (02) 49576399  

Why Profilo? Specialist Anaesthetist and Intensivist
Dr Brett McFadyen graduated from the University of New South Wales (MB BS & B.Med.Sci) in 1991.
Brett also has specialist VMO status with all regional private hospitals, with his major appointments held through Lake Macquarie Private, Warners Bay Private and Newcastle Private Hospitals.
 
Completing intern studies at John Hunter Hospital, Brett progressed to specialist (combined) Intensive Care Medicine & Anæsthesiology training, completing first his Fellowship of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine in 2000 (FJFICM) quickly followed by graduation as a specialist anaesthetist in 2001 as a Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA). Subsequently Brett studied for his Post Graduate Diploma in PeriOperative and Critical-Care Echo Cardiography (Post.Grad.Dip.Echo) at the University of Melbourne (2004).

Specialist general anaesthesia has many different styles, and anaesthetic drugs & techniques vary according to the type of surgery performed. Working with maxillofacial surgeons for many years creates an operative environment that maximally enhances the hospital experience for the patient, and maximally reduces the chance of anaesthetic complications.

Dr McFadyen has many years of experience with performing maxillofacial specific general anaesthesia for oral & maxillofacial patients, and provides a fortnightly operating list with Profilo.
Dr McFadyen is currently managed through Newcastle Anaesthesia and Pain Services (NAPS), and he may be contacted via his secretarial staff on..
Ph: (02) 4935 9300
F: (02) 49576399 Specialist Anaesthetist and Intensivist
Dr Brett McFadyen graduated from the University of New South Wales (MB BS & B.Med.Sci) in 1991.
Brett also has specialist VMO status with all regional private hospitals, with his major appointments held through Lake Macquarie Private, Warners Bay Private and Newcastle Private Hospitals.
 
Completing intern studies at John Hunter Hospital, Brett progressed to specialist (combined) Intensive Care Medicine & Anæsthesiology training, completing first his Fellowship of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine in 2000 (FJFICM) quickly followed by graduation as a specialist anaesthetist in 2001 as a Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA). Subsequently Brett studied for his Post Graduate Diploma in PeriOperative and Critical-Care Echo Cardiography (Post.Grad.Dip.Echo) at the University of Melbourne (2004).

Specialist general anaesthesia has many different styles, and anaesthetic drugs & techniques vary according to the type of surgery performed. Working with maxillofacial surgeons for many years creates an operative environment that maximally enhances the hospital experience for the patient, and maximally reduces the chance of anaesthetic complications.

Dr McFadyen has many years of experience with performing maxillofacial specific general anaesthesia for oral & maxillofacial patients, and provides a fortnightly operating list with Profilo.
Dr McFadyen is currently managed through Newcastle Anaesthesia and Pain Services (NAPS), and he may be contacted via his secretarial staff on..
Ph: (02) 4935 9300
F: (02) 49576399 Specialist Anaesthetist and Intensivist
Dr Brett McFadyen graduated from the University of New South Wales (MB BS & B.Med.Sci) in 1991.
Brett also has specialist VMO status with all regional private hospitals, with his major appointments held through Lake Macquarie Private, Warners Bay Private and Newcastle Private Hospitals.
 
Completing intern studies at John Hunter Hospital, Brett progressed to specialist (combined) Intensive Care Medicine & Anæsthesiology training, completing first his Fellowship of the Joint Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine in 2000 (FJFICM) quickly followed by graduation as a specialist anaesthetist in 2001 as a Fellow of the Australian & New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (FANZCA). Subsequently Brett studied for his Post Graduate Diploma in PeriOperative and Critical-Care Echo Cardiography (Post.Grad.Dip.Echo) at the University of Melbourne (2004).

Specialist general anaesthesia has many different styles, and anaesthetic drugs & techniques vary according to the type of surgery performed. Working with maxillofacial surgeons for many years creates an operative environment that maximally enhances the hospital experience for the patient, and maximally reduces the chance of anaesthetic complications.

Dr McFadyen has many years of experience with performing maxillofacial specific general anaesthesia for oral & maxillofacial patients, and provides a fortnightly operating list with Profilo.
Dr McFadyen is currently managed through Newcastle Anaesthesia and Pain Services (NAPS), and he may be contacted via his secretarial staff on..
Ph: (02) 4935 9300dfgdfgdg vnftrhjuv Why Why Profil

Beginning with tooth removal or extraction, through implant surgery, and finally with the specialist implant technician and implant dentist who manages the porcelain veneer or crowning process… Our service is dedicated to maximally complement your facial aesthetics and facial look… And of course your smile.

Our specialty is not based in periodontics, but in face and jaw surgery… but we are still the best in coordinating all your implant, facial and jaw surgical needs.
From jaw surgery, to bone grafting, gum grafting, orthognathic surgery, superior extraction techniques, management of impactions, orthodontic needs or whatever…
We coordinate it all, at relatively little, and often greatly subsidized cost…
If you have a dental problem, or a tooth problem or an implant problem or a jaw problem… come and find us.
Welcome to Profilo… the dental implant, face and jaw surgery experts. 

Charities we support and who support Profilo

Leap Frog Ability

Some patients find it hard to afford private surgery despite the assistance of private health insurance.
IMDO is not available through the Public Health system. To help make IMDO surgery available to all children diagnosed with mandibular hypoplasia, Profilo works closely with Leap Frog Ability to make jaw distraction surgery availible to those families in real need.
For more information on access to Leap Frog Ability, or to help support Leap Frog Ability through your own donation, click on the link below.
www.leapfrog.org.au

If you or a family member require assistance you can apply online, just click the link below.
http://www.leapfrog.org.au/services.php