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Enjoy Straighter & Brighter Smile With Our Orthodontic Treatment

Crooked teeth, a bad bite, and gaps between teeth are some of the most common dental issues that people face. This can be a source of aesthetic problems.

Although it may not appear to be serious damage to your oral health, orthodontic issues can put too much pressure on your teeth and affect your jawbone.

Fortunately, with today’s advanced technology, orthodontic dentistry has improved to help you achieve a beautiful smile.

At South Lake Smiles, we are happy to offer modern braces and cosmetic treatment options such as Invisalign, clear aligners, and even traditional braces, so that you can smile more confidently!

Our Orthodontic Services at South Lake Smiles

Our goal is to help you understand the different orthodontic treatment options available and decide which option would work best for you.
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Clear aligners

Clear aligners, also known as invisible aligners, are a type of orthodontic treatment that straightens crooked or misaligned teeth. They are a nearly invisible and removable alternative to braces that are designed for comfort and flexibility.
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Children’s Orthodontics

Children‘s orthodontics is concerned with the treatment and evaluation of teeth straightening in children. The treatment methods are more preventative in nature than adult orthodontics.


Invisalign is now the most well-known and frequently used clear aligner on the market. Invisalign aligners are composed of SmartTrack® material, which was developed specifically for the Invisalign system.

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Why Choose South Lake Smiles for Your Orthodontic Treatment

We aim to help you achieve your dream of straighter teeth and a perfect smile!

Our dentists are up to date on the latest orthodontic techniques. We use quality materials for our dental braces and clear aligners so you can have the best orthodontic experience!

We’ll look at different factors to help us determine which orthodontic care and treatment plan are best for you. Our friendly team will also discuss your preferences and provide you with the necessary information to help you with your decision.

Now is the right time to give yourself a new look! Book an appointment at South Lake Smiles by reaching out through (08) 6495 4004.


Frequently Asked Questions

Here at South Lake Smiles, we want to ensure all of your questions are answered and you understand your treatment before we begin.

Below we have included some of the more frequent questions we receive in the practice. 

Occlusion refers to how your teeth align and meet together. When your jaw is closed and the top surfaces of your molars line up, the upper teeth usually lie over the lower teeth. However, teeth do not always line up. Malocclusion of the teeth is a misalignment issue that can lead to major oral health concerns.

Common orthodontic problems are the following:

  • Underbite, overbite, crossbite, open bite, and overjet.
  • Abnormal eruption of the tooth.
  • Excessive spacing
  • Overcrowding
  • Gum problems
  • Misaligned jaw
  • Incorrect dental midlines.
  • Difficulty chewing.

There is no standard age for a child’s first orthodontist visit; some children go when they are 6, others when they are 10, and still others during their teens. Adults can also benefit from orthodontic treatment.

Generally, dental professionals advise parents to bring their child for orthodontic treatment once all of the baby teeth (or primary teeth) are gone and the adult teeth (or permanent teeth) are all grown. This happens most often around the age of seven. Issues like uneven bite and overcrowding will become obvious at this age.

For orthodontic treatment, you should see an orthodontist. Following four years of dental school, these dentists continue their studies for two or more years and receive additional training.

The major difference between Invisalign and traditional braces is their appearance. Invisalign are clear aligners that is made of clear plastic material and use a series of customised removable aligners.

In contrast, traditional metal braces are visible and permanent, being composed of brackets, wire, and rubber.

Both can be used to fix orthodontic issues and have their own methods of treatment. However, traditional braces are more complex and can be used for more complicated cases.

Orthodontic services can be quite expensive in Australia. The cost may vary depending on several factors, including the type of treatment and location.

According to the annual national survey fee of the Australian Dental Association, the average cost of braces, Invisalign, and others is as follows:

  • Traditional braces: $3,465.18 – $8,000
  • Ceramic braces $5,000 – $8,500
  • Lingual braces: $3,465.18 – $6,463.64 (per arch)
  • Invisalign: $3,298.26 (minor treatment)
  • Invisalign: $6,000 – $9,000 (full treatment)

This is only an example of the average cost in Australia. The treatment you need will be determined by your case. We can discuss further with you the cost of your treatment as well as the affordable payment options available in our dental office.

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