THE LATEST AND MOST ADVANCED
Our ultramodern dental clinic in Melbourne is equipped with the latest innovative dental technology to ensure our patients receive the highest quality of treatment available.
By using advanced dental technology and clear dental images, we are able to better diagnose and explain our findings.
We have three different types of dental x-rays available to assist us with diagnostic and planning purposes.
Intraoral Dental X-Ray
Intraoral x-ray is the most common type of radiograph in dentistry. They are taken inside of the mouth and provide us with a high level of detail of the tooth, bone and supporting mouth tissues.
Panoramic Dental X-Ray
Our panoramic x-ray (OPG) is a two-dimensional dental x-ray examination that captures a wide or panoramic view of the whole mouth (including teeth, upper and lower jaw and surrounding tissues) in a singular shot. It shows the number, position and growth of all teeth including the ones that have not yet erupted.
Dental CBCT Scan
A Dental Cone Beam Computed Tomography is a specialised type of technique that uses dental x-rays in the shape of a cone to provide medical images. A CBCT scan is able to provide more information than conventional x-rays and uses advanced technology to produce three-dimensional dental images. They provide highly accurate 3D images of dental structures, soft tissues, bone and nerve paths.
Philips Zoom Teeth Whitening
If you’re looking to have your teeth whitened and brightened, Instant Cosmetic & Dental Surgery has you covered with Philips Zoom teeth whitening treatment. Philips Zoom is one of the most popular and safest teeth whitening treatments available. It has been clinically proven to provide users with impressive results and can whiten your teeth up to 8 shades lighter. If you’d like to remove stubborn stains and achieve glowing pearly whites, contact us today about our Philips Zoom teeth whitening treatment.
Our dental clinic is pleased to provide sleep dentistry administrated by a specialised anaesthesiologist. Sleep dentistry is the process of performing dental treatment while the patient is under general anaesthesia. It is ideal for individuals who have anxiety about dental procedures as well as for those undergoing a complex dental surgery.