Having grown up on a farm in rural New South Wales, Amelia Judson attended a rural university before going on to work in both private and public practices in Sydney and rural/remote New South Wales. She also gained experience overseas – in the Kyoto University Hospital, Japan, before moving to Melbourne.
Dr Judson is a strong believer in giving back to the community through her skills and time. She has volunteered with Rotary in rural Cambodia, and with the Australian Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Orange Aboriginal Medical Centre.
She treats every patient as if they were a member of her family – with uncompromising attention to detail and care. Her particular area of interest is cosmetic dentistry and facial aesthetics.
Dr Judson enjoys networking by attending conferences and staying up to date as a member of the Australian Dental Association. She is also an Associate in Professional Communication Australia (APCA).