ABOUT US 2012-03-01T02:05:56+00:00



Robert J. Brown, DDS

Doctor of Dental Surgery

Dr. Robert Brown has been a practicing orthodontist since 1964.  In his years of practice, Dr. Brown has been very active in the community. He is the founder of the Discovery Center, past president of the Danville Rotary Club and founder of the first “Dial a Ride” for senior citizens and the handicapped.  He is a father of four children and grandfather of seven.  His daughter, Aimee Brown, works with him at this practice. In 2015 he wrote his first book, Why?  The Question That Could Save Your Life.

This father/daughter team strives to make your experience and treatment that you have at Advanced Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Center thorough, caring and complete.

“The most important thing in my practice is being able to help my patients be pain-free, life a healthy lifestyle and create a successful treatment.”  




Aimee Allison Nash, RDA, OM

Registered Dental Assistant, Myofunctional Therapist, Office Manager

Aimee has been a resident of the Alamo area all of her life.  She has worn many hats in her careers. Before working with her father, she was a Montessori Preschool-3rd grade school teacher for 17 years. Then she earned her orthodontic RDA license as well as a myofunctional therapy speciality.  She worked for many years as a myofunctional therapist helping patients to correct their tongue thrusts and to strengthen their oral and facial muscles.

In 2010 she helped her husband, Andrew Nash, MD get his concierge pediatric medical practice off to a good start by doing his billing. Check it out at www.1to1pediatrics.com.  Currently she is the office manager for Danville Orthodontics and works at Advanced Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Center (AODTC) with Dr. Brown on TMJ and OSA.  She finds working with Dr. Brown to be refreshing.   Aimee enjoys learning new things, running with her adorable dog Fender, fishing, hiking, playing suduko, taking care of her two daughters and three step-sons, waterskiing, and she completed her first “Tough Mudder” in Lake Tahoe September, 2013.

”I feel blessed that I am able to join my Dad in building this practice.  His enthusiasm and concern for his patients is inspiring.”