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Comprehensive services designed to maintain your dental health and improve your wellbeing.

At The Dental Room, we think that dental care is best served on a long term, ongoing basis, rather than patching up problems when they arise. We believe that prevention is better than cure, and we create long standing relationships with clients of all ages to support them and the future of the oral health. Catching a problem early will save you time, money and most importantly peace of mind. Whilst there are many things you can do at home, such as daily cleaning and flossing, we provide a range of comprehensive dental services in Melbourne designed to prevent problems occurring in the first place.

Regular care could help avoid or lessen the effects of everything from cavities, gingivitis to enamel loss and gum disease.

Our dental services are suitable for people of all ages and are designed to maintain the health of your teeth. Find out more…

Maintaining good oral health starts with you, but what if you don’t like the shade or position of your teeth? If you would like to improve your overall smile, The Dental Room can help with a range of cosmetic dental services including:

  • Porcelain veneers and dental crowns – designed by Dr Shawn and handcrafted by our in-house ceramist Chloe Park
  • Invisalign teeth straightening treatment – the modern, subtle alternative to braces
  • Teeth Whitening – improve the shade of your teeth with Philips Zoom in-chair or take home teeth whitening treatment
  • Smile Transformations – a combination of cosmetic services to overhaul your smile

Find out more about our cosmetic services here.

“You’re never fully dressed without a smile.”

– Martin Charnin

Dental implants are a way of replacing either a singular tooth, or multiple missing teeth. Using state of the art technology, we offer treatments such as 3D scanning radiology, implant treatment and crown replacement. We embrace technology, and use computer assisted keyhole surgery to deliver the highest quality treatment. Using the ‘Fixed on Four or More’ system, we can offer a full arch of replacement teeth using dental implants. We also have everything we need for the treatment within the practice, including radiology and a ceramic laboratory.

Find out more about dental implants here.

Is having someone complain about your snoring a recurring theme in your life? You may be suffering from sleep apnoea, a disorder which makes it virtually impossible to get a good night’s sleep. A person with sleep apnoea may wake up hundreds of times over night, which is neither restful nor restorative.

It’s caused by the walls of the throat closing in slowly, which sends a signal to your brain that the airway is blocked, waking you up in the process. The side effects? Pretty loud snoring.

The good news is, there may be a solution. We work collaboratively with physicians and specialised laboratories to accurately diagnose the condition, and then we will work closely together with you in a collaborative process to develop a treatment plan that’s right for your situation.

Find out more about snoring and sleep apnoea here.

“When a new day begins, dare to smile gratefully.”

Steve Maraboli

The Temperomandibular Joint connects your jaw to your skull, and allows the movement needed for speaking, eating and facial expression – think of it like a facial hinge. There are two on either side of your face and although small, they are mighty and can cause a whole host of issues, usually diagnosed under the term Temperomandibular Joint Disorder (TMD) or TMJ Disorder. It manifests as a range of symptoms including headaches, dizziness, ringing in the ears and jaw clicking, along with many other neck and facial discomfort.

If left untreated and ignored, the problem does not always heal on its own and in some cases it progresses and gets worse over time. The stress and tension these disorders create can be felt in everything from mild discomfort to severe pain throughout the body. Whilst this is very unpleasant, don’t panic, as it is quite common.

The Dental Room can perform tests to correctly diagnose whether or not you are suffering from TMD. These include x-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, and in some cases dental casts to assess the teeth. We know surgery isn’t what everyone dreams of, so we work closely with specialist physiotherapists using proven treatment methods, to try and treat these conditions using other methods.

Find out more about TMD here.

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