Cosmetic Dental Services

Achieve your dream smile

We offer advanced, personalised cosmetic dental treatments

Smile Makeovers

Achieving a perfect smile is what a smile makeover is all about. At Everyday Smiles, we can combine dental treatments to help you achieve your goal – to feel confident about your smile and appearance in your personal and professional life.Your smile makeover begins with a visit to our clinic to meet with one of our friendly dentists for an initial consultation.

At your consultation, your dentist will discuss what changes you would like, and the treatments that are recommended to achieve your goal. You will be informed about each stage of your treatment, and we can discuss your queries and concerns regarding each of the dental procedures involved, including time and cost.

There are a range of dental treatments that can used to improve your smile:

    • Teeth whitening
    • Teeth straightening
    • Veneers
    • Implants

Call us to book an appointment to discuss your new smile makeover.

Teeth Straightening

Most people aren’t blessed with perfect rows of teeth – our teeth can be gapped, crowded, misaligned or crooked.
Everyday Smiles have the perfect teeth straightening (orthodontic) solution for you. Straightening your teeth can help improve your confidence, as well as benefit your oral health and hygiene.

Everyday Smiles offers the best treatment options to suit your budget. Our dentists can assess your specific needs and recommend the teeth straightening treatment that suit you and your lifestyle.

The two main teeth straightening treatment options:

  • Invisalign
  • Traditional braces


Invisalign® is an innovative and advanced teeth straightening system. It is metal-free and barely visible. People around you won’t even know that you are wearing them.

The Invisalign® system requires that you wear removable invisible plastic aligners. The aligners are changed every two weeks. Each new set of aligner trays are designed to adjust your teeth gradually until each of your teeth have moved into their new designated positions correctly.

You can remove Invisalign® aligners for the purpose of eating, drinking, brushing and flossing. When you’re done, you just pop them back in. Invisalign® aligners improve your oral hygiene and allow you more dietary choices.

You must be disciplined and wear the device 20-22 hours per day as instructed – this is the minimum requirement that must be met to ensure successful treatment.

Invisalign® treatment usually lasts for 9 to 12 months, depending on how severe or complicated your teeth straightening issues are. Our dentists will examine your original alignment and your bite, as part of their initial assessment. Advanced computer software is used to design a plan with the number of stages required to move your teeth into the desired alignment. For simple teeth straightening cases, such as your two front teeth, treatment may only last 4 to 6 months.

The average cost of Invisalign® treatment is comparable with braces. However, for longer treatment times which require more aligner trays, the comparable cost increases.


Traditional metal braces remain the most commonly used tooth straightening device even though Invisalign® is gaining popularity fast since being introduced to the market.

Braces are made from stainless steel and/or titanium. They are made up of a brace of metal brackets which are linked together by wire. Over the course of your treatment, you have to get your braces adjusted or “tightened” by your dentist every 4 to 6 weeks.

Eating and drinking is easy, but you may have difficulty biting certain foods and maintaining oral hygiene while wearing your braces. Your dentist will also need to adjust them periodically which may cause some minor soreness and discomfort at the time.

Teeth whitening

Teeth Whitening is a dental treatment that can lighten and brighten the colour and tone of your natural teeth.

Extrinsic stains affect your outer tooth enamel, and gap areas between your teeth. This type of staining is caused by the absorption of pigments from food with colourings, tobacco and drinks, such as tea, coffee, cola or wine. Poor oral cleaning habits also cause extrinsic stains.

Intrinsic stains are typically more stubborn to remove because they affect the dentin, or inner structure of your teeth, below the enamel. This condition may be the result of medication, childhood antibiotics, dental fluorosis, trauma and old age.

Tooth whitening involves the use of bleaching agents and enamel micro-abrasion compounds which are suitable for both intrinsic and extrinsic staining.

At your initial visit, your dentist will determine if your teeth are suitable for teeth whitening treatment by performing a full oral examination and assessment of your teeth and gums. (You usually cannot receive tooth whitening treatment while you are experiencing tooth decay or a gum condition).

You can select your preferred shade of white from a tooth shade guide and then our dentist will discuss how long it will take for your teeth to whiten to your desired shade.

Professional in-office tooth whitening is the quickest, most effective whitening procedure available.

The teeth whitening session usually takes only 2 hours because of the power bleaching method that only dentists can use. Your dentist will carefully monitor the entire bleaching process to ensure it remains safe and controlled. The results are noticeable immediately after your teeth whitening session.

For a more gradual teeth whitening treatment, you can consider a take-home teeth whitening kit.

To make up a take-home kit, your dentist will make impressions of your upper and lower teeth to create moulds. These are used to fabricate custom-made mouth trays that fit over your teeth perfectly. When your trays are ready, you can pick them up as part of the kit which includes a dental-grade whitening gel and applicator.

You wear the trays once daily for about 45 minutes. The treatment period is about two weeks. Your dentist will give you advice and supervise your home teeth whitening treatment to ensure a successful result.

To find out if your tooth stains or discolourations are suitable for teeth whitening treatment, consult with your dentist. Some intrinsic stains cannot be lightened too easily by standard teeth whitening treatments. If that is the case with your tooth stains, your dentist may recommend alternative treatment options.

If you would like to discuss which teeth whitening treatment is most suitable for your teeth, and fits in with your budget, schedule and lifestyle – visit or call us at Everyday Smiles Dental Practice.

Snoring Solutions

If you have a snoring condition, it can affect your quality of sleep and wake up other people sleeping near you. As a result, snoring can put a strain on your health and relationships.

Snoring happens when your upper airways become partially blocked or restricted. This in turn affects the airflow through your mouth or nose. The familiar sound that snoring produces, is caused by your nasal or throat tissue vibrating at the back of your throat.

Snoring may also indicate a sleep apnoea condition. This serious disorder is caused by airways that are repeatedly restricted or obstructed. It can cause you to stop breathing while you sleep. If a pause in your breath lasts a few minutes, that’s when you suddenly wake up – gasping for air.

Sleep apnoea has been linked to diabetes, strokes, heart attacks and high blood pressure. Experiencing poor quality sleep and oxygen deprivation during the night can leave you feeling tired, moody or drowsy the next day.

If you snore and would like advice on a suitable treatment for your condition, Everyday Smiles Dental is here to help. Book an appointment to discuss your symptoms and the treatment options that can help you to manage your snoring condition.

There are several ways to help manage snoring:

  • Mandibular advancement devices (or splints) improve the flow of air when you breathe during sleep
  • Nasal strips (plasters) keep your nostrils open and apart as you sleep
  • Lifestyle changes – such as weight loss, avoiding sleeping pills and muscle relaxants, and avoiding alcohol for a few hours before going to sleep
  • Surgery (non-invasive) – to tighten the soft tissue in your palate so that it doesn’t vibrate

Nervous Patients

Dental sedation

Dental sedation is a dental technique used to alleviate nervousness in our patients.

At Everyday Smiles Dental, we are always sensitive to the needs of our patients who experience dental anxiety. Our dental environment has been designed to comfort and relax all our patients, young and old.

However, if you find it difficult to undergo a dental treatment – even after trying relaxation techniques – dental sedation may be the solution.

There are a few types of dental sedation:

  • Inhaled sedation (laughing gas)
  • Oral sedation (tablet or liquid)
  • Intravenous (IV) sedation

These types of dental sedation don’t put you to sleep completely, like general anaesthesia. But they can manage your anxiety and fear, so you can relax during your dental treatment.

For more help and advice on dental anxiety, relaxation techniques and dental sedation, call our friendly staff at Everyday Smiles Dental Practice.