Straighten My Smile
Experience Matters, Trust Freedom Dental to Straighten Your Smile
When you visit our Melbourne dental clinic for a free information session, we'll make sure you get all the details you need about what each treatment involves, how much it costs and what the risks are, so you can make a fully informed decision.
Our treatment co-ordinators will provide general information about treatment options and our practice and give you a tour of our beautiful dental spa.
The next step would involve having a full examination and orthodontic assessment with one of our dental practitioners. After an initial assessment, they will discuss treatment options, risks, limitations and the process involved. If you choose to proceed with Invisalign®, you will then move onto further diagnostic appointments.
The Freedom Dental team have extensive experience helping patients treat a range of orthodontic issues using Invisalign® clear aligners. These aligners are made from transparent plastic, making them less visible in your mouth than traditional metal braces.
We can also provide Invisalign® Teen for teenage patients and Invisalign® i7, which can correct minor orthodontic issues in as little as three months in some cases.
If you're not a candidate for Invisalign®, our dentist Dr James Lailah can provide fixed braces for teenagers and adults to help you correct a wider range of issues. If you have a more severe orthodontic case, we may refer you to a specialist orthodontist.
If your teeth are only slightly crooked or have small gaps, we may be able to straighten your smile using porcelain veneers. Veneers can also be used to cover up stains, chips or cracks in your teeth. When you take good care of your veneers, they can last for many years.
Arrange a free information session
When you visit our Melbourne dental clinic for a free information session, we'll make sure you get all the details you need about what each treatment involves, how much it costs and what the risks are, so you can make a fully informed decision. Terms and conditions apply.
Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.