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Cosmetic Dentistry at Wallan Dental

Whether you are looking for teeth whitening or a complete smile makeover, we can help you with options to suit your budget. We work in close relation to top laboratories to achieve great results every time.

Porcelain Crowns and Veneers

Porcelain crowns and veneers are used to restore badly broken, discoloured or mal-aligned teeth. They are made from extremely strong advanced ceramics and make long-lasting changes to restore your smile.

White Fillings and Onlays

We specialise in bringing together the various advanced dental disciplines required to create white fillings that look great, function correctly, and are healthy for your body. Our high-quality products will last for many years to come. (Note: We do not use amalgam (metallic) fillings to restore teeth.)Read more…

Porcelain onlays are fillings made of porcelain that fit into or onto the tooth. They are indicated when there is too little tooth structure to predictably support a white filling but there is enough tooth to avoid placing a crown, which is more destructive to the tooth.

The advantage of porcelain onlays is that they are much more durable than white fillings, lasting up to 30 years. Fillings often reduce the strength of a tooth but porcelain onlays can increase a tooth’s strength.

Tooth Replacement

Missing teeth can be replaced with bridges, implants or dentures. Bridges and implants can be used in combination with the latest soft tissue management techniques to make replacement teeth appear to emerge from the gums.

Porcelain Bridges

Bridges can either be supported by the surrounding teeth or by implants and are relatively quick and inexpensive when retained by natural teeth. The disadvantage is that the teeth that are used to support the bridge may need to be trimmed down to make room for the bridge. Bridges have teeth that are linked together so you have to use special floss to clean beneath.


Dental implants are another solution to replace missing teeth. An implant is placed in bone where the tooth root would have originally been. When it has fused to the bone it can be restored with individual crowns or bridges or can be used to retain dentures. They are relatively more expensive and require adequate time while they integrate with bone.
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Traditional partial dentures are often loose and cover large areas such as the whole palate that interferes with speech, with taste and the enjoyment of food. We only provide strong and highly aesthetic chrome partial dentures. These dentures do not cover the palate to the extent traditional dentures cover and are much more comfortable to wear.

We also do revolutionary flexible partial dentures for single or two teeth replacement.

Amalgam Replacement

Dental amalgam consists predominantly of mercury, with a powder of silver, tin and copper. Mercury has been proven to cause harmful effects to living tissues. This has caused a controversy if amalgam restorations release mercury or mercury products in the body at a level high enough to cause toxicity.

While we do not think it is our role to recommend total amalgam replacement with mercury-free materials, we do respect the individual’s right to choose the materials for their bodies and do our best to support their decision.

Invisalign® (Invisible Braces)

Our qualified Invisalign® provider will help you achieve a great smile!

Our qualified Invisalign® provider will help you achieve a great smile!

Invisalign® takes a modern approach to straightening teeth, using a custom-made series of aligners created for you and only you. These aligners are made of smooth, comfortable and virtually invisible plastic that you wear over your teeth. Wearing the aligners will gradually shift your teeth into the desirable position.

There are no metal braces to attach and no wires to tighten. You just pop in a new set of aligners approximately every two weeks, until your treatment is complete.

The best part of the whole process is that most people won’t even know you’re straightening your teeth. Dr Raman Bhinder (Dentist) is a fully trained and qualified Invisalign® provider with substantial experience in helping many individuals achieve a great smile with this revolutionary way of teeth straightening. For more information, please visit


Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.