Dr. Kevin Morris graduated from the University of Melbourne 1993. He was invited into the internship program at the Royal Dental Hospital with rotations through all the specialist departments and a country placement with the Bendigo Hospital. Following the internship, he worked in both private and public practice until 1997, when he joined the Australian Regular Army and served as a dental officer until 2001. He returned to civilian life and became the Dental Director of a government-funded clinic for 5 years and continued to work in both the private and public sectors.
Dr. Kevin received his Fellowship from the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons (1997) and a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Conscious Sedation and Pain Control) from the University of Sydney in 2007.
After 14 years as a general dentist, he returned to specialist study at the University of Melbourne from 2008-2010. He has been working as a Specialist Periodontist ever since and continues to be involved in teaching at the Dental School at the University of Melbourne since 1995.
Dr. Kevin has been involved in multiple Australian Dental Association committees and is a Past President of the Victorian Branch.
Dr. Kevin enjoys all fields of periodontics from traditional non-surgical treatment to periodontal surgery that encompasses osseous surgery, hard and soft tissue grafting. Dr. Kevin also enjoys implant surgery that contributes to not only better function but often a better smile.
Dr. Kevin is passionate about controlling periodontal disease that is often associated with other chronic medical conditions such as; cardiac, cerebrovascular, chronic obstructive pulmonary, type 2 diabetes and renal diseases.