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Why Teeth Whitening?
According to recent research by the Australian Institute of Health & Welfare, over 25% of people (above 15 years) felt uncomfortable about their dental appearance. Also, over 80% reported bad breath and yellow teeth are a major turn-off during their first date.
If you’re looking to brighten up your teeth to face an upcoming job interview or a first date, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. We are well aware of these facts and figures, so we offer affordable teeth whitening in Melbourne services.
Our well trained and experienced dentists can do teeth whitening within an hour (in just a single appointment). We are pleased to provide you with advanced cosmetic whitening process in a safe and cost-effective way.
As most regular kinds of toothpaste available in the market can only get rid of the external stains, it’s best to visit our dentist for real long lasting results. Whether you have enamel stains or your teeth are discoloured due to food or other habits, you can benefit from our teeth whitening in Melbourne.
Why Wait? – When You can Get Pearly Whites Right Now
Our process is simple and quick. During your visit, we will first do a thorough examination of your teeth to ensure there are no issues to perform the whitening process. Following which we will take accurate measurements and impression of your teeth to come up with a customised treatment, which will brighten your teeth in just 45 minutes.
Our teeth whitening cost in Melbourne starts from just $375, and it is quite cost-effective in the country’s culture capital, especially when teeth whitening prices in Melbourne are on the rise.
Our expert dentist will prepare your stained teeth and gums for the whitening process. First, we will cover your gums to ensure the whitening gel doesn’t come into contact with them and other sensitive areas.
Once set, our special whitening gel will be applied on your teeth, and we make use of the latest technology in conjunction to help with getting rid of any hard stains and discolouration.
The complete process of teeth whitening in Melbourne will take less than an hour. The whitening gel will be carefully removed and applied again up to two or three times during the process to maximise its effects.
Our dentist will also give you a unique kit that you can use right at home to make sure you keep your bright smile. It consists of customised trays for your teeth, along with all the details you’ll require to keep your bright smile for a long time to come.
Smile confidently with your bright white teeth in no time. Opt for our top quality dental work and pain-free teeth whitening in Melbourne. Call us now to book an appointment and get the look your tooth deserves.
How do I brush my teeth? How long should I brush?
You should brush your teeth for two minutes, twice a day with fluoride toothpaste. Choose a soft-bristled brush that fits your mouth and place the toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to the gums. Gently move the brush back and forth in short, tooth-wide strokes. Brush the outer surfaces, the inner surfaces, and the chewing surfaces of your teeth. To clean the inside surfaces of the front teeth, tilt the brush vertically and make several up-and-down strokes. Brush your tongue to remove bacteria and keep your breath fresh.
Do I really need to floss every day?
Yes! Flossing is an essential part of any oral health care routine. It’s recommended to floss at least once a day to achieve optimal oral health. By flossing daily, you help remove plaque from the areas between your teeth where the toothbrush can’t reach. This is important because plaque that is not removed by brushing and flossing can harden into calculus or tartar. Flossing also helps prevent gum disease and cavities.
Are teeth whitening products in Melbourne more effective on teeth with stains of certain colors?
Yes. Yellowish teeth respond well to bleaching, brownish-colored teeth respond less and grayish-hue or purple-stained teeth may not respond well to bleaching at all. Blue-gray staining caused by tetracycline is more difficult to lighten and may require up to 6 months of home treatments or several in-office appointments to successfully lighten. Teeth that have dark stains may be better candidates for another lightening option, such as veneers, bonding, or crowns. Your dentist can discuss the options and costs related to teeth whitening in Melbourne that best suited for your situation.
How long will the treatment last?
This will vary from client to client and greatly depends on the types of foods and drinks you include in your everyday diet. This also greatly depends on your general dental hygiene habits. The effect of this bleaching process will last from 6 months to a year. Again, depending on your habits, periodic touch up treatments may be recommended for those who drink coffee, smoke, drink red wine, iced tea, colas, and other staining foods. Since the teeth whitening prices in Melbourne is less, anyone who is in need of teeth whitening could undergo this procedure.
How often the teeth whitening in Melbourne need to be touched up?
Whitening is not permanent. Typically, most people like to whiten again every 3 to 6 months. People who expose their teeth to a lot of foods and beverages that cause staining may see the whiteness start to fade in as little as 1 month. Those who avoid foods and beverages that stain may be able to wait 1 year or longer before next teeth whitening treatment in Melbourne or touch-up is needed.
Absolutely no! In most cases, teeth cleaning are not painful but people can feel the following sensations.
The cooling mist of water and
The feeling of pressure during “scraping”
But, these sensations don’t pose any threat or discomfort. Many people have also reported that they really enjoy teeth cleaning and the lovely smooth feel of their teeth after the teeth cleaning process. During the teeth cleaning session, if you come across any odd zingy sensations, you must inform your dentist so that they can recommend various options to make the cleaning more enjoyable. If you are experiencing pain then it might be due to any of the reasons listed below.
For a regular cleaning and check-up, most children and adults should visit their dentist every six months. You must schedule a dental appointment twice a year, if you are at a greater risk of oral diseases. When deciding how often you need dental cleaning and check-up, you and your dentist should take into consideration the following factors.
Tobacco and alcohol use
Periodontal and gum disease
Poor oral hygiene and
Certain medical conditions
Scheduling a regular dental check-up will help to keep your gums and teeth healthy as well as detect any early problems such as gum disease, oral cancer and cavities.
What are the dangers of skipping a routine teeth cleaning?
There is a direct link between ones oral health and total body health. Many researchers report that people who skip even one routine habit of dental care including simple at-home tooth brushing increase their risk of heart disease by as much as 70 precent. If you miss regular teeth cleaning in Melbourne, plaque can build up, regardless of how good your home care is. But, by having regular dental cleaning, you can prevent any problems before it arise and enjoy more oral benefits. Regular preventative care fights against advanced dental problems and saves you more money. By skipping regular teeth cleaning session there are chances you might be prone to,
Loss of physical health
Tooth loss and
Why should I visit my dentist for teeth cleaning?
Professional dental cleaning is not just about keeping your teeth clean and white but has a significant impact on general health. Poor oral hygiene leads to severe illnesses like bone loss, cardiovascular disease, strokes, cancers, and many other problems. Having regular dental check-ups and cleaning your teeth twice a year offer you the following benefits.
Get rid of most of the stains that dull and discolour your teeth, so you’ll be left with a brighter, whiter smile.
Prevent gum disease, which leads to early tooth loss.
During routine teeth cleaning, oral cancer can be identified at a very early stage and can be cured.
Reduce your chances of developing potentially deadly heart attacks and strokes.
Detect early signs of problems such as broken fillings and fractures.
Save money on dental expenses in the long run.
How often should I take my child to the dentist?
Just like adults, kids also require general teeth check-ups in Melbourne at least twice year to maintain a good oral health. You can also take your child to the dentist even before his/her teeth pop out because your dentist can check the health of the gums and provide you good guidelines to prepare your child for teeth development.
What are invisible braces?
Invisible braces are fixed braces bonded on the inside surfaces of the teeth and therefore are not visible to other people when you speak and smile. The procedure of installing the invisible braces is painless and does not require any surgical operation. It takes 2 visits (about 3 to 5 days apart) to have the invisible braces bonded. During your first visit, an impression of your teeth will be taken to create a model of your teeth. A customised set-up of the invisible braces on your model teeth is then made in the laboratory and this is then incorporated to a transfer tray. During the second visit, your teeth will be thoroughly cleaned and then the transfer tray will be used to localize and bond the braces onto your teeth.
Therefore, with the recent advancement, better affordability and the fact that they are totally invisible, the invisible braces in Melbourne are now becoming very popular with adult patients.
The pain from wearing braces has been exaggerated. The placement of braces is painless but once the pressure from the braces sets in, there may be some discomfort in the first few days. With the use of more “patient friendly” tooth-moving wires such as the titanium wires, the level of discomfort is significantly reduced.
Most patients reported the discomfort as mainly due to a mild ache or tenderness of teeth during chewing. For invisible braces, patients may experience soreness of the tongue and some initial speech impairment such as lisping. However, almost all patients with lingual braces adapt to it within a 7-14 days.
What are the benefits of using Invisible braces?
Braces work to align teeth properly, but traditional braces can be uncomfortable, painful and unattractive, especially for older adults. Thankfully, Invisible braces offer a great alternative to traditional braces and have several benefits. The advantages of using them are
Invisible braces are clear, making them virtually invisible.
It gives better appearance.
Safer than traditional braces.
Invisible braces can be removed to thoroughly clean the teeth on a daily basis making brushing and flossing easier and more effective than working around metal braces.
One who is wearing the invisible brace can eat whatever they like.
Invisible braces are smooth and comfortable to wear.
There are no wires or brackets that can break or cut the mouth.
Shorter treatment time with invisible brace
How much do Invisible Brace treatment cost in Melbourne?
The cost of invisible brace treatment varies from doctor to doctor and may be dependent on the complexity of your case and your course of treatment. Consultation fees also vary from doctor to doctor. Individual doctors may also offer different payment plans that may mean you need not pay the full amount up front. If your insurance policy has orthodontic coverage, invisible brace treatment may be covered to the same extent as traditional braces. Our Invisible braces start at $1650 for both arches. The maximum price for any Invisible or clear aligner treatment is $4850.
What are some of the signs that orthodontic treatment may be needed?
Some of the well-known signs that orthodontic treatment might be needed include:
Upper front teeth that protrude excessively over the lower teeth (excessive overjet)
Upper front teeth that cover too much of the lower teeth when biting together (excessive overbite)
Upper front teeth that are behind or inside the lower front teeth when biting (underbite)
Upper and lower front teeth that do not touch when biting together (open bite)
Crowded or overlapped teeth
Spaces between the teeth
Upper and lower teeth whose center line do not match up
Difficulty chewing or biting
Biting the cheek or biting into the roof of the mouth
Teeth that are wearing unevenly or excessively
A jaw that protrudes or recedes
Early or late loss of teeth during childhood
Finger sucking, tongue thrusting, during childhood