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What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

Cosmetic dentistry usually refers to the treatment process of dressing teeth by means of oral technology, such as improper alignment of teeth, abnormal tooth morphology, and abnormal tooth color. There are many methods in cosmetic dentistry, such as tooth whitening, resin veneer, porcelain veneer, porcelain teeth, orthodontics and so on. The specific method should be selected according to the actual situation of individual teeth, the species of dental malformation, etc. Note that each method has different indications and advantages and disadvantages. How to choose a plan that needs to be directly communicated with the doctor during the examination.

Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is the most effective way to instantly improve your smile and confidence. It is a viable cosmetic option for almost every patient, and is generally safe and effective because it does not mask discoloration, but allows teeth to appear naturally white by neutralizing pigments and stains.

Don't be fooled by the products on the counter. Again and again they have been proved ineffective and looked unnatural. What's more, they are not subject to the same stringent safety requirements as professional dental products.

We offer comprehensive whitening treatments to fit all your budgets and lifestyles.

How does cosmetic dentistry work on teeth whitening?

The basic principle of all whitening methods is the same: depending on the choice of technology, different concentrations of hydrogen peroxide gel are applied to the teeth, and once settled, it penetrates into the tooth structure, neutralizing stains and pigments inside the teeth. Hydrogen peroxide is a chemically unstable compound that breaks down into free radicals that attack pigment groups (color molecules) in the tooth structure. Due to the instability of hydrogen peroxide, it can decompose prematurely if not handled properly, rendering some solutions ineffective. It’s all about details and care of work.

Home Whitening

For whitening of dark, dull, or stained teeth, take-home teeth whitening may be the simplest solution. A whitening kit is made by taking mould of your teeth, a soft clear tray is then fabricated. This tray is filled with a bleaching gel and placed directly over the teeth in the mouth. This gel filled tray can be worn for several hours during the day or worn at night while you sleep. Results can be seen daily. To attain maximum results, most patients must wear the bleaching tray for 4 days.

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Dark and stained teeth can be a result of dietary and lifestyle habits. If not treated can lead to more serious issues.

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After just a few weeks with the whitening tray  the teeth are cleaner, whiter and healthier. 

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The teeth whitening tray is custom fit, easy to remove, easy to clean, and can be worn at night.

Are your teeth pitted? Stained? Uneven? Spaced? Our dentists are trained with a keen eye to ensure the teeth and gums are measured to its true proportion to achieve an excellent cosmetic result.

 

Interested in cosmetic dentistry and having your teeth whitened? Contact us here


Composite Bonding

When teeth are chipped or slightly decayed, bonded composite resins may be the material of choice. Bonding makes a great tooth coloured filling for small cavities and broken or chipped surfaces. It can also be used to close spaces between teeth. Additionally, bonding is used to cover the entire surface of a tooth to change its colour and shape. Bonding may not be strong enough, aesthetic enough, or durable enough for certain individual situations. When these problems occur the next choice would be porcelain laminate veneers.

Composite vs Porcelain Veneers

The physical properties of composite bonding are not as good as that of porcelain veneer, so it is easier to stain, peel or become dull over time. Therefore, special attention needs to be paid to maintain a beautiful smile using the composite bonding. Instead, they are easy to repair and repolish to address wear issues.

If many or most teeth need to be repaired, porcelain veneer may be an option due to its superior physical and optical properties and longevity.

Initial consultation is a key step in carefully considering whether a composite or porcelain veneer is the best treatment.

Pricing

The cost of the composite varies from patient to patient. The first step before deciding on the cost of the composite veneer is to arrange a preliminary cosmetic dental consultation with us. From here, our dentist will provide you with a customized composite veneer treatment plan, and be able to discuss and provide you with a composite veneer price.

Why us

We have many years of experience in aesthetic dentistry and our artistic skills, clinical experience, as well as stunning beauty and natural smile design achievements are renowned. To learn more about the work of Dr. Lisa Chong, click here.

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When teeth are only slightly chipped or decayed, it is a great time to give us a call.

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Our experts can quickly fill gaps, restore the tooth shape with the exact colour. 

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Composite bonding is a pain free experience at Pain Free Dentist Sydney

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Crooked, Discoloured or Worn teeth

Sometimes a little bit of TLC can transform your smile, and our dentists can recommend solutions for every mouth. Crooked discoloured or worn teeth can be bought back to their former glory using composite bonding or veneers, and spaces between the teeth can be fixed painlessly with braces. Gummy Smiles and missing teeth can be treated with anti wrinkle injections or gum surgery, and missing teeth or old fillings can benefit from bridges, crowns or implants.

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Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneer, as a kind of dental veneer, is the ideal standard of today's dental cosmetology. They are the dental veneer treatment of choice, creating perfect, natural smiles because of their effectiveness, aesthetic appeal and longevity. Porcelain veneer provides a holistic approach to treating gaps and chips or broken teeth by bonding thin, translucent 'shells' in your existing teeth.

With the cost of dental veneers driven so low (thanks to technological innovations) more people are now looking at them as a viable alternate to their dental issues. Dental Veneers are ceramic (usually Porcelain) or other composite resin-based ultra-thin shells, which are affixed onto the front of the patients’ teeth. The simplicity of the procedure involved means that it is not only cheap to undergo, but requires from little to no anesthesia to perform.

Why choose porcelain veneers?

Dental veneers can be made from a range of materials and techniques that can produce a wide range of changes in appearance, longevity and biocompatibility. While many fancy tooth names claim to be better, the fact is that only a hand-layered glass and porcelain veneer can produce a stunning 3D optical aesthetic with natural teeth with minimal invasiveness. These veneers also have the most reliable records in dental research. Unlike alternatives to industrial production, these require extensive and painstaking attention to detail and a high level of artistic skill. Beautiful, natural aesthetics take time, care and a lot of love to create.

Benefits?

Porcelain veneer is used to treat a variety of tooth diseases, so that damaged or deformed teeth back to the ideal appearance and strength. Unlike many other procedures, such as crowns, porcelain veneers require a very small reduction of teeth (only 3%, compared with up to 75% of crowns).

Contrary to popular belief, when porcelain veneers are attached to a tooth, they are as strong as a natural, untouched tooth. When used in a delicate way, these ceramic veneers can be used for years without being visible from a tooth that has not been touched.

The porcelain veneer takes advantage of advances in materials science and bonding technology, and conforms to the bionic principles of dentistry. We choose procedures and materials based on their ability to protect natural teeth, and imitate them aesthetically and functionally.

Porcelain Crowns

A crown, also known as a cap, is a tooth-like shell that covers carefully prepared existing teeth. Designed to enhance, restore, or improve the appearance of your natural teeth, the crown is attached to each tooth like a thimble on your finger. When a tooth is severely weakened or repaired, or a tooth is broken or cracked, a crown is usually required. Crowns are usually placed where there is not enough tooth structure to support tooth filling.

The traditional crown is made of porcelain fused to a metal base. The latest development in dental cosmetic materials is the development of metal-free, ceramic crowns. The absence of metal materials allows for a highly aesthetically pleasing, translucent crown that perfectly mimics the characteristics of natural teeth. Good structure and accurate crowning can last for years.

Benefits?

By its very nature, the crown requires a substantial reduction in tooth structure and may cause considerable damage to tooth tissue, including the pulp (nerve). The reality is that traditional crowns are not technically demanding and are often favored by dentists as an easier way to treat severely damaged teeth.Contrary to this trend, we incorporated innovative, cutting-edge technology into his everyday practice as a more teeth-friendly, durable and aesthetically pleasing alternative.

To achieve the strength and retention required for restoration, the crown requires a substantial reduction in healthy tooth structure (up to 75%). Paradoxically, this leads to a corresponding weakening of teeth. In contrast, adhesion porcelain repair requires minimal tooth reduction, and when bonded to a preserved tooth, it is very strong in the very thin part.

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Cosmetic Injectables

What is it?

Cosmetic injectables are one brand of a purified form of a chemical toxin that is produced by Clostridium botulinum bacteria. Other brands available in Australia include Dysport and Xeomin.

Muscle relaxant injections are now approved for off label use of TMJ treatment in teeth grinding.

What are the injections used for?

Muscle relaxants can be used in adults to temporarily improve the appearance of:

  • vertical frown lines (also called glabellar lines — lines between the eyebrows that are caused by the muscles that contract when you frown, squint or concentrate);

  • horizontal forehead lines; and

  • lines radiating from the corners of the eyes (crow's feet).

Dysport has been approved for the treatment of moderate to severe vertical frown lines between the eyebrows and crow’s feet in adults.

Xeomin can be used to treat upper facial lines, vertical frown lines, horizontal forehead lines and crow’s feet in adults.

How are cosmetic injectables used to relax muscles?

Botulinum toxin type A can be used to weaken or paralyse some of the facial muscles that pull on your skin.. When the muscles are relaxed, they smooth out, allowing the overlying skin to flatten out too.

Lines and wrinkles caused by certain facial expressions start to disappear about 2 to 7 days after the injections.

Because the therapy targets specific, individual muscles, the ability to form most facial expressions should not be affected.

How long does the effect last?

The improvement in the appearance of your wrinkles usually lasts for 3 to 6 months. Repeated injections are required to maintain the effect. With continued use, the effects may start to last longer.

A small number of people develop neutralising antibodies to Botox injections after repeated therapy, which results in the treatment no longer being effective.

 

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Pain Free Dentistry

Are you in fear of dentists? Are you anxious about the dental clinics? Fear of dentistry, dental anxiety, dental phobia, scare of pain! At Pain Free Dentist, we can assist you with the alleviation of pain and discomfort and the anxiety associated with a trip to the dentist.

At Pain Free dentist, we use current technology that allow us to minimise pain and discomfort.  Topical anaesthetic is routinely used to numb the surface before any injection. Our injecting technique allows minimal stretching to the soft tissue that gives you the maximum comfort. 

If anxiety is a problem then other methods of treatment may be necessary. Sedation is available to take the stress away as is intravenous "sleep" sedation. Stress management and the alleviation of the physical pain are the keys to a good dental experience, and at Pain free Dentist we are committed in your positive dental experience. 

Whether you require dental veneers, dental implants, our dentists will provide options for you.

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What injections!

Our injection technique uses a slow delivery system which administers slow injections that help patients to relax before, during, and after procedures.

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sleep dentistry

Our patients completely relaxed throughout the session. This type of sedation is monitored and administered intravenously by a qualified sedationist.

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oral sedation

Oral sedation is a sedative pill which you take an hour prior to your dental treatment allows you to be really relax and is pain free.

 

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Holistic Dentistry

Want state-of-the art dentistry supported by the latest computer diagnostic equipment, we like to offer you the best possible opportunity for healthy teeth and wellness.  We use techniques which minimise harm and intervention - in this we are greatly assisted by the exciting new technologies, for example digital X-rays which deliver less radiation level.

We use lots of water, high volume evacuation, rubber dam covering the teeth and a deliver only less of the radiation level.  We use the latest technology and computer-aided diagnostic techniques in our modern purpose-designed offices, to provide state-of-the-art dental treatment and combine this with an awareness of the structural, biochemical & emotional needs of the individual.  

Ask us about the holistic methods to assist you on your journey to exceptional health.

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NOT JUST TEETH

We look at how your muscles and bones are working together and adjust these if necessary.

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natural supplements

We use nutritional and other natural supplements to ensure healthy building blocks for teeth and gums.

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Therapeutic Materials

We use the very best dental materials available which are therapeutic to the human body.

 

For more information about our award winning holistic dentistry, contact us


Sleep Dentistry

Our sedationist are highly trained so there is NO pain and no memory of the procedure. There is an anaesthetic gel and local anaesthetic applied to numb the area whilst having IV sedation. You will remember attending the dentist but you will not remember the whole procedure. 

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SLEEP DENTISTRY

Comfortable, relaxed, and no memory of the dentist.

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PAIN FREE

We alleviate the anxiety of a dentist visit.

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Eliminates the boredom and fatigue of long sessions.

 

For more information about our sleep dentistry, contact us

 


Sleep Apnea

Many people have sleep apnea, but they may not know it. In fact, three out of ten men and two out of ten women have sleep apnea, so it's far more common than you might think. If you think you may have sleep apnea, it's important to recognize some common symptoms and what you can do about them.

Common symptoms of sleep apnea

Research found that snoring is one of the most typical symptoms of sleep apnea syndrome, which can be life-threatening.

You might notice some other symptoms too such as:

  • constant tiredness

  • poor concentration

  • morning headaches

  • depressed mood

  • night sweats

Sleep Apnea Treatments

It is important to pay attention to sleep apnea.

But the good news is that there is a treatment that most people can benefit from:

  • By treating your sleep apnea, you can help reduce related risks and improve your overall health

  • In many cases, treatment has been shown to reduce symptoms of sleep apnea, such as daytime sleepiness, depression, memory and attention lapses, and a decline in quality of life (particularly in work performance and family relationships)

  • Untreated sleep apnea is also associated with symptoms such as dizziness, shortness of breath, and chest discomfort, which may be alleviated when treating sleep apnea

  • People with sleep apnea may become too tired to exercise, making some of their underlying conditions worse.Obese people treated for sleep apnea get more energy, which may help them exercise and lose weight.Weight loss has been shown to improve sleep apnea in some people.

 

For more information about our sleep apnea treatments, contact us

Snoring Guard

Sleep guard is a kind of anti-snoring mouth shield, which can prevent snoring. According to the study, it is almost three times more effective than off-the-shelf, over-the-counter devices in treating snoring.

The device works by gently pushing your lower jaw to open your airways while you sleep. This reduces the vibration of the tissue at the back of the throat and stops snoring. A custom-made device allows your mouth to fit comfortably without disrupting a good night's sleep. This is what treating snoring is all about - providing you and your partner with quality sleep and improving your quality of life.

Orthodontics

Crooked and crowded teeth are hard to clean and maintain. Orthodontic problems can contribute to conditions like tooth decay, gum disease,tooth loss, abnormal wear of tooth surfaces, inefficient chewing function, excessive stress and misalignment of the jaw joints, which can result in chronic headaches or pain in the face or neck.

Orthodontic treatment can improve your dental health and change your facial profile for the better providing you with higher self-esteem feeling more self-confident. Imagine how your child’s confidence can carried through to adulthood. Orthodontics is straightening the teeth within the arch, to level and align them. This is usually done with braces or now with Invisalign. Habits such as incorrect swallowing, tongue thrusting, thumb sucking, mouth breathing can cause poor development of the jaws and therefore poor facial appearance and crooked teeth.

Orthopaedics is guiding the growth of the developing jaws to obtain the best facial appearance and smile. This involves using plates to expand and develop the arches.

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Crooked or crowded teeth can be easily fixed with orthodontics.

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Orthodontics improves your teeth, your dental health and your facial profile.

 

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hiding your smile?

Forget about braces, we offer less invasive and more invisible options.

 

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Invisalign

Your Invisalign treatment will consist of a series of aligners that you switch out about every two weeks. Each aligner is individually manufactured with exact calculations to gradually shift your teeth into place. And since your Invisalign system is custom-made for your teeth and your teeth only, with a plan devised by you and Dr. Ali you know you'll end up with a smile that truly fits.

If you're ready for a smile that transforms your appearance, Invisalign is your answer. Invisalign is the best way to improve your smile without interfering with your day-to-day life.

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Crooked and crowded teeth require orthodontics to be fixed.

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Invisaligns use a gradual improvement method to straighten your teeth over time

 

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invisible alignment

Invisible, removable and the most effective way to rejuvinate your smile.

 

For more information, contact us or visit www.invisalign.com.au


Inman Aligner

The Inman Aligner is the perfect solution for crowding or protrusion of the front teeth.It is really fast, very safe, gentle  and great value compared to other systems. With Inman Aligner, your front teeth can be gently guided to an ideal position in a matter of weeks. Its convenient as it's removable you can take it out to fit with your lifestyle.

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For more information contact us or visit www.inmanaligner.com


Rapid Smiles

Rapid Smiles is another technique that offers you a minimally invasive and inexpensive solution that is fast and permanent. Using our state of the art orthodontic braces Rapid Smiles can straighten your misaligned or crooked teeth in as little as 12 weeks! Rapid smiles can perform most orthodontic cases and provide a faster treatment time.

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Non Invasive Rapid Smiles are great for semi crooked teeth.

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Rapid smiles are a minimally invasive and inexpensive option.

 

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Rapid smiles are fast acting, with results in 12 weeks.

 

For more information contact us or visit www.rapidsmiles.com.au


Clear Braces

When people think of braces, they remember they mouthfuls of metal that kids all seemed to have. Orthodontics has evolved a lot since then, and people now wear clear brackets that are glued to the front of each tooth (a big improvement!) Those old-fashioned bands are usually reserved for molars or teeth with fillings that spill to the outside surface of a tooth. Clear braces tend to be less expensive than other types of braces. In addition, you can make them colourful with ligatures that come on a rainbow of colours.

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Braces are the hallmark of straight teeth

 

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Modern braces are relatively invisable

 

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Damon Braces

Using the Damon System, treatment time is typically shorter when compared to conventional braces, and with fewer appointments. Damon System braces use a unique slide mechanism that minimises friction and reduces pressure on your teeth, allowing them to move ‘passively’ and more comfortably into their correct positions.  This revolutionary new approach ensures greater comfort during treatment. Elastics and active clips can act like parking brakes, resulting in friction and pressure, making treatment slower and less comfortable with more frequent visits to change elastics.

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Results in a shorter time and with less visits. 

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Unique slide mechanism speeds up results

 

For more information contact us or visit www.damonbraces.com


Myobrace

The Myobrace System is based on over 20 years of experience in correcting orthodontic problems without the need for braces. The Myobrace appliances which make up this system have the proven dual function of correcting the oral habits that cause poor dental development (known as myofunctional habits), while also providing light forces to align the teeth into their natural position.

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Poor teeth can affect the entire Face

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Myobrace corrects the facial structure

 

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Not only the teeth fixed, but the facial structure

 

For more information contact us or visit www.myobrace.com


FUNCTIONAL JAW ORTHOPAEDICS

Functional Jaw Orthopaedics is the art of using Removable or Fixed appliances during the child’s growth phase to address malocclusions which have a skeletal basis. These appliances influence the growth of the developing facial and jaw bones when they have the potential for rapid growth. All of these issues can be treated before the permanent teeth erupt and can prevent the use of fixed orthodontics, such as braces, in the future.

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Face appears normal

 

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Prevents Issues in the future

 

For more information on Functional Jaw Orthopaedics, contact us.


Lingual braces

 Lingual braces are hidden behind the teeth and are therefore ‘invisible’ when you smile. They are custom-designed for each individual patients so they're comfortable. Lingual braces are one of the most cosmetically appealing treatment types, making them a great option for people in business, actors, models or anyone who likes to smile!

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Because they are behind the teeth, they cant be seen. 

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Results are incredible and don't take too long

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They don't wrap around the teeth, they are comfortable

 

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Emergency Dentistry 

Do you have a toothache, broken tooth/ teeth, Pain and facial swellings, suffering from acute head and facial injury, dental abscesses, dental injuries?

At Pain Free Dentist, all dental emergencies, pain, frustration and concerns will be attended to as soon as possible. All emergencies are usually seen promptly on the same day that you call. So please ring up early on (02) 9558 8988 that morning or leave a message on our answering machine so that we can help get you in as soon as possible. Same day appointment is available. Weekend dentistry are by bookings only.

Pain Free Dentist Sydney provides exceptional emergency dental care. Our emergency dentist in Sydney is skilled at handling emergencies involving toothache in Sydney and surrounding areas, as well as other emergencies like chipped or broken teeth, impacted wisdom teeth extraction, and more. As part your routine examination, the dentist examines your mouth for oral cancer. Hence, part of your 3-6th monthly visit to the dentist, will have the thorough and comprehensive examination.

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Tooth Loss

When a tooth has been knocked out, immediate attention is required. Solutions include dental implants, partial denture or bridges.

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wisdom teeth

Wisdom tooth pain can be dangerous if not attended to. Our talented team can remove your wisdom teeth confidently and competently. 

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root canal Treatment

If you are suffering from intense tooth pain, you may be in need of root canal therapy. This can be done painlessly under either local or deep sedation.

 

Need some emergency dentistry? Contact us or call us on (02) 9558 8988

Jaw Pain

Because jaw pain has many underlying causes, correct diagnosis is crucial. In order to provide the best analgesic treatment, our doctor needs to find out the exact cause.

Causes

There are several possible causes of jaw pain, which may be related to physical injury, nerve problems, or vascular problems.

The most common cause of mandibular pain is temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ). This affects 12 percent of the population. Nearly 5 percent seek treatment for serious illness. Women of child-bearing age are most susceptible to TMJ.

Other known causes of jaw or facial pain include:

  • Grinding, clenching, or opening your mouth too wide: in most cases, grinding and gritting occur while you sleep, leading to tooth damage and jaw pain. It can also occur during periods of increased emotional stress.

  • Osteomyelitis: this is a condition in which a body infection affects bones and related tissues.

  • Tooth condition: includes gum disease, tooth decay, tooth space, tooth damage or abscess.

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A dental implant is a small titanium fixture that serves as the replacement for the root portion of a missing natural tooth. The implant is placed in the upper or lower jaw. It will bond with the bone over time and thus serve as an anchor for the replacement tooth.

To obtain a specific fee estimate, it is necessary to have our dentist examine your mouth. After a thorough diagnostic examination, our dentist will recommend the treatment that is best for you.

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DENTAL IMPLANTS?

A dental implant is a small titanium fixture that is placed in the upper or lower jaw, and can replace single or multiple teeth.

Experience matters!

Three decades of clinical experience is what matters.

variable costs

The fee depends on several factors, including the number of teeth being replaced and the number of implants required.

At Pain Free Dentist Sydney, our dental implants are made in USA and are the top tiered brand for implant parts. We work in sterile environment, high infection control standards and follow ups on all our patients. Our laboratory work is done in an Australian Lab, and all components and fabrication are made here. 

 

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Simplant

Simplant is a complete treatment concept for diagnostics, prosthetic-driven planning and guided implant surgery for all indications - from a sing|e missing tooth to a fully edentulous jaw.  At Pain Free Dentist, we use state of the art software to ensure safe and predictable treatment. With this software surgery, implant surgery is minimal and healing is predictable.

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Simplant offers clinicians a comprehensive 3D system for accurate and predictable implant treatment, giving top results for the client.

GREAT VALUE

Simplant solutions are user-friendly and uniquely compatible with the brands and equipment that clinicians already use.

BEST RESULTS

Simplant provides the clinician with accurate and predictable surgery options, enabling them to accurately assess the patient.

For more information contact us here


Bone Grafts

The success of a dental implant, it's ability to support a dental restoration, is very much dependent upon how much bone is available in the site where the implant is placed. There are lots of things that affect the bone volume including things like periodontal disease, trauma and infections and it is not unusual to open up a site in the mouth for implant placement and find out that some of the critical supporting bone is missing. No problem.... We have techniques available to us to replace missing height and width of bone. We can fill in anatomical voids in bone thereby creating new bone and we can fill in all sorts of defects that develop when teeth are lost. There are grafting techniques to prevent the loss of bone in circumstances where bone would normally be lost like the extraction of a tooth. 

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Replacing missing bone or adding to existing bone is very often essential to the success of a dental implant and the ensuing restoration. The techniques to do this are well documented and should be used when indicated by any dentist who places dental implants. When additional bone is required, your dentist will advice before starting the placement of a dental implant and we will walk you through the whole process.. 

 

Types of Bone Grafts

There are many ways in which bone grafting can be done. Very often, we can use "bone in a bottle" to do bone grafting for dental implants. This bone is specially prepared and used to get your own bone to grow into the repair site. It is very effective and very safe. Sometimes synthetic materials can be used to stimulate bone formation and sometimes we even use factors from your own blood to accelerate and promote bone formation in graft areas.

Sometimes it is as simple as collecting bone when preparing an implant site and then reusing the bone for grafting purposes. Whenever we can use your own bone for repairs or additions, we will get the best results. In extreme cases, bone can be harvested from areas outside the mouth. The most common area is the jaw. Very often, bone grafting is done in combination with what dentistry refers to as a "Barrier Membrane Technique".

Membranes made out of special materials are placed over bone graft sites to keep out the types of soft tissue cells we do not want and promote the growth and migration of cells which will turn into normal, healthy bone. These membranes are very successful and are used quite a bit these days to promote sound bone formation. The membranes are usually removed at a later date, but sometimes they can be resorbed by the body and disappear all on their own. In addition, it is not uncommon to use "screws" and "tacks" to secure membranes and bone grafts at an implant site. Sometimes these pieces will also have to be removed at a later date, but rest assured that all of these components and grafting materials are safe and effective and their use has gone a long way in increasing the success rates of dental implants. 

 

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The Sinus Lift

Sometimes the sinus are enlarged and intrude on areas where we want to place dental implants. We cannot place a dental implant into the sinus because we would just be placing it into an air cavity and nothing would hold it into place (although, very often, implants that are placed securely into solid bone will protrude a small way into the sinus) so when we encounter this problem, we place bone or bone growth stimulating material into the sinus.

This procedure really only affects the maxillary sinuses which are located just over the molar teeth in the upper jaw. There are no sinuses in the lower jaw. When the maxillary sinus prevents the placement of an implant, we merely open up the side of the sinus and raise the bottom portion of the sinus so it will fill in with bone. We can then go back several months later and place our dental implants in solid bone.

Sometimes, there is enough bone to place the implants at the same time that you raise the floor of the sinus. This will save time. There are some more conservative ways to grow bone in the sinus. We just raise the floor of the sinus right over where we are placing an implant. This can be done without actually opening the sinus and healing and implant integration will then proceed as if the sinus was not in the way. Sinus lifts of all types have a high success rate and are commonly used today for promoting dental implant procedures.


Single Tooth Implant

Missing tooth surrounded by very healthy teeth have unique demands. The challenge is to replace your now missing tooth for both appearance and function, without harming your remaining teeth or gum tissue.

Appearance

Besides good function during chewing, the ideal replacement must look like natural teeth, both to you and to others. The solutions possible with Single Dental Implant supported porcelain crown take advantage of the best appearance possibilities available in dentistry and modern dental technology.

Confidence

The ideal replacement must also feel like natural teeth and be easy to keep clean. Knowing your teeth are stable during eating and talking means a lot. Another benefit is that your implant supported tooth will not decay like natural teeth. Our treatments prevent grinding down your remaining natural teeth.

 

SECURITY

Single Dental Implant is the most thoroughly documented implant treatment for dentistry in the world. The long-term safety of this solution is well established and published in recognized scientific journals. We will discuss with you how these treatment results apply to you.

 

Buyers beware of overseas dental implants. Dental implants in Thailand may be cheaper and some might say faultless. If something does go wrong, dentist in Sydney are not able to provide the components use from dental implants from Thailand as they will not use the same implants. Dental implants in Sydney done by dentists here can always have regular checks and maintenance here. How inconvenient if you have issues with your dental implants in Thailand that you have to fly overseas to rectify your dental implant.

 

1.REPLACE

We replace the tooth root by placing a titanium implant. The implant will remain under the gum for approximately 4-6 months where the osseointegration takes place. 

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2.ATTACH

The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implant and attaching an extension. This completes the foundation on which your new tooth will be placed.

3.PLACEMENT

Finally placement. Our techniques ensure size, shape, color and fit of replacement teeth will blend with your face and remaining natural teeth. 

 

For more information about single tooth implants, please contact us


Several Teeth Implant

Having dental implants replacing your teeth will give you new, unparalleled strength and stability that allows you to eat what you want. It will also preserve your jawbone and facial appearance.

Restoring naturally beautiful, confident smiles means more than just restoring teeth, it means restoring and improving your quality of life. With dental implants, chewing and speech are restored or improved, and a permanent natural appearance is achieved. Whether you are missing few or all of your teeth, implants allow you to enjoy your favorite foods and have the confidence you desire for an active professional and social life.

Naturally, there are many benefits of multiple teeth replacement with dental implants. The benefits of implant treatment include improved appearance and self-esteem as well the enhanced ability to chew and enjoy your food, and often protection of your remaining teeth and jawbone. 

1.REPLACE

We replace the tooth root by placing a titanium implant. The implant will remain under the gum for approximately 4-6 months where the osseointegration takes place. 

2.ATTACH

The second step of the procedure involves uncovering the implant and attaching an extension. This completes the foundation on which your new tooth will be placed.

3.PLACEMENT

Finally placement. Our techniques ensure size, shape, color and fit of replacement teeth will blend with your face and remaining natural teeth.

Alternative Option - Removable partial denture

This alternative is often perceived as uncomfortable and a bit complicated to use. Function can't be compared to that of a bridge. This denture is made of plastic and metal, which affects its look. It is quite expensive to fabricate due to its many parts. However, the installation process is simple, and natural teeth are spared.

 

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All Teeth Missing

Before dental implants, there were no permanent solution available for people who lost all their teeth. Today, it is possible to replace a full jaw with dental implants and a fixed bridge that results in a permanent, stable and high aesthetic solution.

• Lets you eat and function like having natural teeth

• A solid, stable solution that will serve you for life

• Preserves your facial appearance and prevents bone loss

Benefits of a fixed porcelain bridge on implants, when all teeth are missing or in such condition that they need to be replaced, a fixed bridge anchored to dental implants is your best permanent solution. The treatment procedure and number of visits is largely dependent on the specific conditions. With some modern esthetic dentistry treatments the entire treatment can take only 3-4 patient visits. Using a conventional treatment approach, the treatment can take 8-10 visits. Most clients report that they were much more comfortable following the procedure than they had anticipated.

Install

The first step is installing dental implants to replace the lost tooth roots. In this case, five implants are used. Temporary teeth are attached that enable you to eat and function before the permanent bridge to be installed.

Attach

The final bridge is securely installed on top of the implants. With a full jaw replacement like this, it normally takes 2-3 visits to have the bridge completely attached.

Results

Your new teeth should be hard to tell from natural - both for you and others. People who have had traditional dentures before getting a fixed bridge often describe this as an overwhelming and very positive experience.

 

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All on Four

With the All on 4 procedure you can receive implants and a full set of non-removable replacement teeth in a few days. All on 4 is only suitable for certain cases. Find out if you are suitable for this technique.

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Your new teeth look, feel and function very similar to natural teeth in several days. Since less implants are used in comparison to other methods, it allows for simpler cleaning, while still delivering optimal results. This procedure is for full arch rehabilitation for people who have lost all of their teeth, or are about to lose them.

The All-on-4 process is suitable for almost all lower cases and most upper cases. Ask if you are suitable candidate for this method.

 

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Gum Grafting

In this technique, a very thin layer of skin is taken from the palate, or other sites, in which the tissues are identical to gum tissue. Grafts are taken and shaped from the donor site and transplanted to the recipient site to create new gum tissue; both sites will heal in a very predictable and uneventful manner. The free gingival graft is so-called because it is “freed” from the donor site completely.

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Connective tissue grafting is used to cover exposed roots in the treatment of gum recession. It involves delicate and sophisticated microsurgical techniques to prepare both the donor and recipient sites, constituting a true plastic surgical repair. This requires great skill, art and care, together with an understanding of local anatomy and wound healing.

 

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The Foundation For A Great Smile

Gum disease affects most people at some time during their life. It is usually caused by a build-up of plaque on teeth. There are two main stages of gum disease, Gingivitis and Periodontitis. 

Gingivitis is early gum disease and occurs when dental plaque builds up on teeth, particularly where the gum joins the tooth. Periodontitis is an advanced gum disease that may occur if gingivitis is not treated. The gum margin, the part of the gum that seals to the tooth, is weakened and spaces form between the tooth and the gum. These spaces are called ‘periodontal pockets.’ Bacteria become trapped in these pockets causing further inflammation (redness and swelling).

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In addition to maintaining the health of your gums, we can assist you with Bad Breath. Ask us about Gingivitis and Periodontal disease, receeding gums, loose or sensitive teeth associated with Gum disease, gum treatments and prevention.

Think you may have to gum disease, bad breath or bleeding gums? Call and book in for a check up and clean.

*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person