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October 2018 Today’s Dentistry eNewsletter

Move update, Virtual Smile Design and news from around the practice

Happy Spring! We are loving the warmer weather and hope you are too. In this newsletter we have more news about our upcoming move, a new offering ‘Virtual Smile Design’, news from around the practice and we introduce a different payment plan, ZipMoney.

Thank you for trusting us and our team to be your dental partner. We really value you, your smile and giving you an exceptional experience when you visit us.

We look forward to seeing you at your next visit,

Drs Darryl and David and the team at Today’s Dentistry


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Our move update – date announced

Our new practice is shaping up well with walls now in place and painting started. Monica took a tour around the new practice this week and we have added her photos to our Move Album.

When will the move occur?

We can now confirm that we will be operating from the new practice from Tuesday 18 December, 2018.

I missed the previous updates. How can I learn more?

You can catch up on all the news and information on our Welcome Page’s Move FAQs and see all the progress photos in our Move Album.


zipMoney is one of the payment plan options Today's Dentistry uses to allow patients to spread out payment of their dental treatmentsIntroducing zipMoney

 

Payment plans are useful for patients who:

  • find themselves in need of emergency or unplanned treatment
  • simply want to space their treatment payments out.

We are happy to announce the addition of zipMoney to our payment plan offering.

It is flexible, easy to apply and offers interest-free payment plans up to 24 months.
Visit our payment plans page or call us to find out more.


News from the practice

Congratulations to Jolene who recently got engaged to Ezra. Monica has just returned from an amazing trip to Hawaii.

Darryl is absolutely besotted with the new addition to his family, Luigi the cavoodle (photo right).

We have also recently welcomed Sonia back from maternity leave, celebrated Lili’s birthday along with World Cavity-Free Future Day.


See your desired smile before treatment

with our new Virtual smile design

Modern cosmetic dentistry is truly amazing! If you are looking to fix your teeth, or are unhappy with your smile then digital smile design lets you see exactly what your full smile makeover would look like before any treatment.

The Virtual Smile Design process involves 2 main stages:

Stage one: Design

  1. Take photos and analyse your smile
  2. Receive digital analysis and smile recommendations
  3. Physical mock up of final smile placed on your teeth
  4. Accept or change
  5. Discuss and decide treatment options to achieve smile.

Stage two: Treatment

  1. Undergo agreed treatment to achieve your digitally designed smile
  2. Unveil to the world!

Patient Centre

Packed with useful information, links and resources for you – our patient.
 

More dental resources here


  • Denture Problems - I am not happy with my dentures. What should I do? “The bottom ones never seem to stay in and sometimes food gets stuck in them, the top ones only stay in till the glue wears out. I don’t wont to pay more money as I have already paid over $5000 dollars for them and
  • There are various missing tooth replacement options that patients can choose from Missing tooth replacement options - When patients come to us with missing teeth, says Dr David Kerr, they often complain about 2 things: 1. Trouble eating - Missing teeth affects your ability to chew and limits the foods you can eat easily. As you get older, nutrition can become an issue. 2. Self-conscious about appearance - If you lose lots of teeth, it can change the way your face looks and how you age.
  • TMJ and teeth grinding - Lots of us are coping with our job, home life, kids – so it’s no surprise we’re feeling stressed out, with sore jaws, stiff necks, headaches... and grinding our teeth in our sleep. Teeth grinding or bruxism is just one of the signs of TMJ tension – that is, problems with your jaw joints or temporomandibular joints

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