RAPID SMILES brings you a revolutionary new procedure that delivers straight teeth and a winning smile in a matter of weeks.

 

It’s been said that you’re never fully dressed without a smile, and it’s true – a great smile can be your best accessory. But if you’re one of the many adults with crooked or misaligned teeth, we understand that smiling can be an uncomfortable experience.

 

As an alternative to unsightly long term braces, Rapid Smiles offers adults a minimally invasive and cost effective solution to straighten misaligned or crowded teeth in as little as 8-12 weeks.


Not only is this cutting-edge technology quick – it’s affordable and the braces can be hidden. Without the need for costly specialist appointments, the Rapid Smiles treatment process is performed simply and easily by an accredited Rapid Smiles dentist. Brackets can be clear or completely hidden behind your teeth and are fitted with invisible wire to gently move your teeth into the desired position, without any interference to your bite. An accredited Rapid Smiles provider can assess if you are a suitable candidate.


Here’s what Australian dentists have to say about Rapid Smiles …

“It’s something that’s invisible, something that is quick…and it’s very affordable as well…all of those things make it a wonderful treatment.”


“It’s very exciting, it meets what patients are asking for…it’s an extra tool we give them to improve their smile without having to go through complicated visits and long term fixed orthodontics.”

 

 

 

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Invisalign

Dental Porcelain Veneers

Dental Veneers (also known as Porcelain Veneers) are hand-crafted porcelain sleeves which are placed on top of your teeth in order to correct imperfections like crooked, misaligned, chipped, discoloured and stained teeth or even to revitalize old crowns and bridge works.

In some cases we can use dental porcelain veneers for what we call "instant orthodontics", which means the results are obtained in hours or days instead months or years.

Porcelain veneers are routinely used by dentists as a way to make cosmetic changes for teeth that are discoloured, worn, chipped, or misaligned.

Remember, dental veneers are a terrific cosmetic dentistry technique that helps to return a beautiful smile to your face. However, designing and placing them could be a difficult task. This is why we always recommend to choose an experience cosmetic dentist.

Have you always wanted to have straight teeth that give you the perfect smile? If the answer is yes, but you never wanted to have to wear traditional braces and go through the drama?. Read on, this could be your answer. It’s flexible and can work in with your busy lifestyle and it’s NEVER too late to show the world the real you.

Invisalign was launched in 1998 and to date over half a million patients have been treated with over 40 000 orthodontists and dentists that offer the treatment worldwide.

Invisalign is a virtually undetectable, easy-to-use, removable, comfortable and hygienic system for correcting crooked or cramped teeth that offer a revolutionary alternative to traditional braces.

Invisalign uses a series of clear, plastic, removable appliances (‘Aligners’) that gently move teeth to desired final positions. Invisalign significantly reduces hygienic and aesthetic limitations associated with braces. Cutting-edge three dimensional computer graphics, the internet and patented software is used to manufacture individual Invisalign Aligners for each patient.

When used as a sole form of treatment, it can treat approximately 80% of people. Treatment duration varies from six months – fourteen months.

Key benefits of Invisalign are that:

  • It is virtually invisible. No one will know you are in treatment and you can smile during as well as after treatment.

  • Patients can remove the Aligners for meals and special events.

  • Aligners can be removed so teeth can be easily brushed and flossed, promoting healthy teeth and preventing gum disease.

  • There is no metal to cause abrasion in the mouth or gum and tongue infections.

  • Fewer visits to dentists or orthodontists are required than with braces.

  • Patients can view their own virtual treatment plan when they start on a computer screen, enabling them to see how their teeth will look on completion of the treatment.

Porcelain Onlays and Inlays

What is Porcelain onlays & inlays?

At times a restoration is slightly too large for a filling to be placed but too small for a porcelain crown to be necessary. Our dentists might recommend placing a dental crown for a variety of reasons but, in general, most of these reasons will usually fall within one of the following basic categories:

1.To restore a tooth to its original shape.
2.To strengthen a tooth.
3.To improve the cosmetic appearance of a tooth

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