Hi, Dr Stefanie here from Lifestyle Smiles. As one of the leading cosmetic dental clinics here in Melbourne, a very popular service we offer that many people don’t know about is our complimentary smile consultation.
So I thought I’ll make a quick video taking you through what we offer at this complimentary smile consultation.
Getting to Know Each Other
Understanding Your Dental and Medical History
Discuss the Best Options to Achieve Your Perfect Smile
Once she has gotten to know you better, she will take a series of photos, as well as doing a 3D digital scan of your teeth so that we can have all the records, and plan out what is the best course of action to achieve your perfect smile.
We understand that a smile transformation with treatments such as Invisalign or dental porcelain veneers is an important decision to make, and an expensive commitment. That’s why we want to make sure that you feel confident in our team to do this job.
On the other hand, however, you might be amazed that potentially a course of teeth whitening, and some simple bonding to reshape your teeth, may be able to give you the result that you are after, and transform the way you look at a fraction of your budget. So this smile consultation is about understanding you as a client, and us planning together to create the best treatment option for you.
A Look at Before and after Result of Similar Cases
All of this, at no cost to you, why? Because we have successfully transformed thousands of smiles, and we are confident in our ability to make you smile too! So if you are looking at upgrading your smile, why not take advantage of our complimentary smile consultation.
We are conveniently located in Brighton. Simply direct message us on social media, call us on (03) 9593-1811, or fill in the enquiry form on our website, and we will be in touch to organise the time for you.
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Services we mentioned:
General Dental Health Examination and Hygiene
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The cause of a toothache could be due to many various factors. It could be because something is wrong with your actual tooth, or it could mean that something is wrong with the gum around the tooth.