Straighten your teeth in secret with SmileStyler® Clear Aligners. No more braces or wires! All you need are nearly invisible aligner trays that gently shift your teeth into place.
“Malocclusion” is the technical term for misalignment or incorrect relations between teeth (your smile), or between two dental arches as the jaws close (your bite).
Malocclusion is very common, and can be caused by anything from lost teeth, to oral habits.
Upper teeth protrude over the lower teeth by a proportion of between 30-50%.
The lack of space for all the teeth to fit normally within the jaws. The teeth may be twisted or displaced.
characterised by interdental spaces and lack of contact points between teeth.
A condition where one or more teeth are not aligned properly in relation to the adjacent and opposing teeth.
A malocclusion where a tooth (or teeth) are inset behind the inside of a corresponding tooth.
Occurs when the front teeth fail to touch and there is no overlap between upper and lower incisors.
A condition in which the lower teeth and jaw protrude in front of the upper teeth.
Refers to the horizontal distance between the upper front teeth and lower front teeth.
Negative space present between the lateral aspects of the back teeth and the corner of the mouth during smile which appears as a dark space.
A 'gummy smile' is one where the gums show when you are smiling.
This type of problem is caused when the bite does not fit and match appropriately.
We’ll take a 3D scan of your teeth and gums. Compared to the dated physical impression, a scan is far superior in terms of comfort and accuracy. We’ll also get photos of your face so to design your perfect smile.
Your personalised treatment plan will be returned in just one week. SmileStyler’s SmileCheck software allows us to carefully plan your journey to your perfect smile. Using the latest and greatest 3D imaging software, we calculate the appropriate amount of force for each tooth movement. Each step is mapped so the movements are staged in perfect harmony.
Not all materials in the market are the same.
SmileStyler aligners use a special medical grade polyurethane that is BPA, phthalate, and gluten free.
Each aligner is individually trimmed to perfectly fit your teeth.
SmileStyler clear aligners conform to all applicable TGA requirements. All aligners are manufactured in a controlled environment in Port Melbourne, VIC.
SmileStyler is also ISO-13485 registered, certifying they adhere to international standards for the manufacturing of custom medical devices
Teeth straightening is a medical procedure and needs to be
monitored by a medical professional.
Prior to treatment we must examine your teeth and gums to ensure you are a suitable candidate for SmileStyler. This examination includes an oral and periodontal health assessment.
Phased Treatment is the unique approach to clear aligner therapy, so you will only receive 6 stages of aligners at a time. When you are up to your last set of aligners, a new 3D scan is required (every 10-11 weeks). This 3D scan is analysed to determine how the next Phase of aligners are manufactured. This is how we ensure your aligners always fit.
Unmonitored or poorly managed treatment can leave you with
more problems than you started with, ranging from gum recession to tooth loss. Your safety is our primary concern, and we’ll be there with you every step of the way.
There are a number of benefits to using SmileStyler aligners:
Although aligners are offered in many cases, there are some orthodontic outcomes that are difficult to achieve with aligners:
We offer FREE consultations to assess if you are a suitable candidate for SmileStyler!
The length of treatment differs case to case, as everyone is different and seeking different results. It also depends on the severity of your case and whether you have been wearing your aligners diligently.
An average case is between 12-24 months, simple correction can be achieved in as little as 6 months. Book a complimentary consultation to get a better idea of your particular case.
SmileStyler Aligners need to be worn Every day for at least 22 hours a day!
They can be taken out when eating, brushing and flossing.
The more you wear them, the better the results
The only beverage you can drink with aligners on is water.
And it is important that you brush your teeth after each meal and prior to reinserting your aligners to maintain proper hygiene.
Please make sure you use the Chew Tool (shown) every time you re-insert your aligners for at least 5 min, to ensure the aligners are fitting perfectly.