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General Dental Clinic | Cosmetic Results


General Dental Clinic | Cosmetic Results

..straight teeth results

Adult Aligner Orthodontics
All our aligners are Australian made. We combines the latest dental technology with high quality materials, is refined and finished with stylish minimalism, and packaged with elegance. Designed to fit conveniently with your lifestyle, the Aligner Orthodontics treatment process is easy to understand and maintain so you can reach your goal of achieving a perfect smile. Aligners are highly effective in treating all sorts of teeth straightening issues, from conventional orthodontics to correcting relapsed treatment, so you can achieve your perfect smile.

..the process
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1. Consultation
Your dentist will discuss your needs and explain how your aligner process will work.

2. Scan
Your dentist will use a 3D intra-oral scanner to create 3D digital images of your teeth, which will be used to design your perfect smile.

3. Design
An orthodontic treatment plan is designed with the exact tooth movements needed.

4. Manufacture
Once the plan is approved, the first stage of aligners are made.

5. Wear your aligners
Each set of aligners worn for the 2 weeks (1 week if you choose the express package) will gently shift your teeth into place.

6. Aligner re-scan
Every 6 weeks, your teeth are scanned for the next set of aligners.

7. Smile
After completing all your phases, you’re ready to show off your perfect smile.


Upper teeth cover over the lower teeth by a proportion of between 30-50%.

Crooked teeth

The lack of space for all the teeth to fit can results in twisted or displaced teeth.

spaced teeth

A bite where there are gaps between the teeth

Crooked teeth

When 1 or more teeth are not aligned and are orientated in a different direction

bad bite

Where the upper teeth are on the inside of the lower teeth

Invisalign teeth

The upper front teeth do not overlap the lower

lower jaw forward

Where the lower teeth and jaw are in front of the upper teeth

crooked teeth

Where midline of the upper and lower teeth do not coincide.

narrow teeth

Where the teeth do not fill out the lips, creating negative space

Gum shows too much

Where excessive gums shows


Where the upper teeth are significantly in front of the lower teeth

..iDental orthodontics
..real patients, cosmetic results
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‘Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.’

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