Teeth whitening: your commonly asked questions answered

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Teeth whitening: your commonly asked questions answered

When it comes to teeth whitening, you generally have two options—in-chair whitening or take-home whitening trays. We’ve looked into the options here at Freedom Dental and have become providers of Philips Zoom in-chair teeth whitening. In-chair whitening is the optimal process and uses a peroxide to whiten the enamel of your teeth. It doesn’t cause…

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Smile Styler Case study

For the first time, dentists can use clear aligners to do much more than move teeth. With the right patient commitment and SmileStyler’s unique orthodontic approach, they can apply key aesthetic and facial proportions providing patients the outcome they expect. Debbie is a 25-year-old professional who wants something different to conventional fixed orthodontics or aesthetic…

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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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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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Discover the digital dentistry revolution at Freedom Dental

The introduction of inter-oral scanners and 3D digital dentistry technologies are helping to revolutionise the dentist/patient relationship. It wasn’t that long ago when dentists had to use putty to take a mould of a patient’s mouth in order to undertake a comprehensive oral examination. This often forced the patient to gag due to the unusual…

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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…

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