Class 1 Ortho
At Class 1 Orthodontics, patients are guaranteed orthodontic treatment that is a class above the rest. TThe team has Black Diamond Invisalign provider status, placing it among the most experienced providers of Invisalign in Australia. Class 1 Orthodontics is based in West Perth, Canning Vale, Cockburn, Rockingham, Baldivis, Busselton and Kalgoorlie. We’re not only here to create great smiles, we also want to make sure your experience is both comfortable and fun! Dr Chris Orloff, Dr Sanjana Baksi, and Dr Nida Khan’s passion is creating beautiful smiles that people feel confident and proud to show off.
Treatments on offer at these clinics include Invisalign, metal braces and clear braces, as well as treatment for children and adults. Patients also have the option of dental monitoring, a smart phone app that enables the clinic’s specialist orthodontist to monitor teeth movement from afar.
Dr Chris Orloff is the specialist orthodontist behind Class 1 Orthodontics. Working with a team of highly experienced orthodontic professionals, the team strives for perfectionism and ensures treatment is affordable with weekly and monthly payment options. Class 1 Orthodontics is a generous supporter of organisations in the communities they work.
Dr Chris Orloff
Dr Orloff is passionate about Class 1 Orthodontics and leaves no stone unturned to emphasise how it is no ordinary practice, and how it is dedicated to providing exceptional orthodontic care in a modern and relaxed environment. Dr Orloff's take on what makes Class 1 different:
- We are specialists in orthodontics
- We are try and promote a fun, relaxed atmosphere
- with our patients and family, but still do our job with the utmost professionalism and care
- We have a lab on site, so can deliver appliances / care quicker
- We are the only orthodontists in Australia to have a cafe in our practice (Rockingham) for our patients and their family
Dr Orloff was born and educated in the UK, receiving his dental education at Kings College School of Medicine and Dentistry. He was awarded the Prize in Orthodontics as well as prizes from the Medical Protection Society and Wisdom Dental.
Dr Orloff went on to work as a dentist in the south of England, until he married and moved immediately to Australia.
In 2002, Dr Orloff established the practice in Rockingham. At the time the Southern Coastal suburbs had a limited, part time Orthodontic service, and the development of a contemporary, multi-chair orthodontic Clinic was designed to bring the 21st century to a rapidly growing and increasingly sophisticated population.
Meanwhile, Dr Orloff tries to find time to spend with his family, which is wife Sarah and two children. When he can, he loves to go boating or fishing, or enjoying weekends with friends over a good meal with a glass of wine, or exploring the best state in the nation, in his 4 WD.
Dr Sanjana Baksi
Dr Sanjana Baksi completed her Bachelor of Dental Science (Hons) at the University of Western Australia and subsequently worked as a dentist in Perth and Adelaide in a combination of private practice and public dental services. She then undertook orthodontic specialist training at The University of Adelaide.
During the three-year programme, Dr Baksi has presented at various Dental and Orthodontic meetings. In 2018, she successfully completed the examinations jointly conducted by the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) and Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. Dr Baksi is a member of the Australian Dental Association, Australian Society of Orthodontists and American Association of Orthodontists. She has completed research in the field of landmark detection in three-dimensional soft and hard tissue imaging and recently presented this research at The European Orthodontic Congress in France.
Dr Sanjana enjoys seeing the positive impact of improving the smiles of her patients, from children to adolescents and adults. In her downtime, she enjoys landscape photography, hiking, travel and spending time with family and friends. She has also recently developed a keen interest in gardening, but whether or not she progresses to a green thumb remains to be seen. Dr Sanjana is also multi-lingual and can speak Hindi and Bengali.