Freedom Dental Melbourne
Suite 6, 37 Albert Rd,
Melbourne 3004

Dental Tourism: Are the Savings worth Travelling the Extra Mile For Your Smile?

Dental tourism has grown immensely over the last decade,due to increased affordability of complex dental procedures. Dental tourism refers to people travelling abroad to undergo major dental procedures such as: implants, crowns and bridges fitting, root canal treatment, fillings, veneers and teeth whitening. However, the issue with going abroad for dentistry is the standards, training[…]


Best dental gifts for Christmas

Are you stuck for Christmas gift ideas or stocking stuffers? Dental gifts show your loved ones that you care by helping them to care for their teeth and gums. Check out these 8 fun and practical gift ideas for kids and adults alike, and help your family take great care of their oral health in[…]

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Depression and oral health

Depression is more common than some people think. Every year, around one million Australians are thought to experience depression, while approximately one in eight men and one in six women will experience depression at some point during their lives.[1] Although depression is a mood disorder, it can also have physical symptoms, and may lead to[…]


Do you grind your teeth at night?

Do you grind your teeth when you’re sleeping, concentrating or stressed? Do you often wake up with a headache, toothache or jaw pain? Involuntary grinding of the teeth is known as bruxism. Most people aren’t aware that they are grinding their teeth or clenching their jaw until symptoms begin to surface. If left untreated, it[…]

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Alcohol and oral health

Alcohol can be a common part of social and cultural life in Australia. However, even having the occasional drink may increase your risk of oral health problems, such as tooth decay, gum disease and dental injuries. These risks can increase further if you smoke too.[1] While some of alcohol’s health effectshave been widely discussed, its[…]


Relax at our dental spa

Our dental practice doesn’t feel or smell like a sterile surgery. Aromatherapy candles, a water feature, noise-cancelling headphones and comfortable seating are just some of the elements we provide to help patients feel as calm as possible. Pure relaxation in the dental spa With a day spa ambience, our practice is very different to run-of-the-mill[…]

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Caring for your child’s teeth

Prevention of dental problems is the key to healthy children’s teeth and is a focus of paediatric dentistry. Most children have a full set of 20 baby (or primary) teeth by age two-and-a-half, while permanent (or secondary) teeth appear between ages six and 13. Yet many parents are unsure when children should get their first[…]

Before and after smile makeovers

Before-and-after smile makeovers

By using our digital technology, a patient can see what they will look like after their treatment is completed. We utilise 3D X-rays, an intra-oral scanner, photos and videos to create a virtual before-and-after of their smile. It’s a smile makeover courtesy of some revolutionary technology. How does a smile makeover work? Initially, we build[…]

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