Inhalation Sedation Flavours

Inhalation Sedation

We know that some people can get a little anxious about having to visit the dentist for treatment, so here at The Walk in Dental Centre we can help.

We now offer Inhalation Sedation, otherwise known as “Happy Gas” to our patients who feel a little nervous about their visit, suitable for both adults and children alike.

Nitrous oxide, or ‘laughing gas’ has a pleasant smelling odour and is used to help reduce dental anxiety. The gas completely leaves the body within 3-5 minutes and you can safely go home.

Inhalation Sedation Benefits


We have scented masks available in the following flavours:

Plain | Strawberry | Vanilla | Bubblegum | Orange

So you can pick your favourite scent to use,
and YES that does include the adults!

Nitrous Oxide Illustration

Would like to know more??

Give the practice a call and our dedicated team will be more than happy to help with any queries.

Call 08 6161 6405





Exude confidence with Invisalign® treatment – the clear and virtually invisible solution for straightening your teeth. Watch the video below to see how Invisalign has delivered over 5.5 million satisfied smiles worldwide.

We create technology to help people move forward in life. Find out why the Invisalign System is the world’s most advanced digital orthodontic treatment system.

Clincheck® Software

Your doctor uses proprietary ClinCheck software to map out the path to your smile, right down to the tiniest shift. From your first aligner to your brand-new smile, there is no guesswork. Just precise, predictable and gradual teeth movement.

  • The 3D visual interface lets your doctor customise your treatment.
  • The algorithm helps calculate just the right amount of force for every tooth movement.
  • The software, with input from your doctor, helps ensure every tooth moves in the right order and at the right time.

Don’t stop living your life

The Invisalign System has many advantages over traditional braces. Invisalign clear aligners fit your lifestyle – they don’t interrupt it. And at every stage, you’ll be able to see your progress and enjoy your smile as it transforms.

  • Keep eating all your favourite foods.
  • Stay active in all the sports and activities you love.
  • You’ll experience fewer emergency visits, without the hassle of brackets and wires breaking.
  • Your Invisalign clear aligners are virtually invisible, so people may not even notice you’re wearing them.

Wearing your aligners

  • Wear your Invisalign clear aligners 20 to 22 hours a day for best results.
  • Parents, your teen’s aligners will have blue compliance indicators to assure you they’re wearing them enough.

Getting new sets of aligners

  • You’ll wear each set of aligners for one to two weeks, as prescribed by your doctor. You’ll probably schedule check-ups every six to eight weeks to check your progress. Fewer doctor visits mean more time to enjoy life.
  • When wearing each new set of aligners, you may feel a little extra pressure or discomfort for the first few days, which is totally normal.

Cleaning your aligners

  • Rinse your aligners every night and brush them gently with your toothbrush to keep them fresh and clean. Use the Invisalign cleaning system to keep your aligners clear.

Maintaining healthy teeth

Choosing Invisalign means you can clean your teeth with ease compared to traditional braces.

If you would like to know more about your Invisalign options, please request a chat with one of our doctors.


Snap On Smile

Snap On Smile


What is Snap-On Smile?
Snap-On Smile is a patented, easy and painless way to obtain a beautiful smile. It was invented by a dentist who realized that not everyone can afford thousands of dollars to get a Hollywood smile make-over. After years of extensive research and development, your dentist can now provide you with a Snap-On Smile that is thin and strong with the look of natural teeth. You can eat and drink with your Snap-On Smile. It’s easy to care for and can be a temporary or long-term provisional cosmetic solution. It’s available for upper and lower teeth.

Snap-On Smile’s unique, proprietary formula of hi-tech dental resin make it very thin yet extremely strong. It fits right over your own teeth to give you a beautiful, natural looking smile—even if you have stains, chips, gaps or missing teeth.

And for many people, Snap-On Smile can be life changing. It gives back the confidence to smile. Thousands of people worldwide have already experienced the unique benefits of Snap-On Smile.

Snap-On Smile is for just about everyone!
Snap-On Smile is an affordable and life-changing solution for people of all ages. Getting a Snap-On Smile simply requires two, short, painless visits with no drilling, no shots and no change in tooth structure.

It is an excellent choice for:
• Gaps, crooked, stained or missing teeth
• Those who are not candidates for bridges or implants
• Anyone who would like a Hollywood smile without the expense and discomfort of complex and invasive dental procedures
• Anyone who has an old-fashioned removable partial denture and wants a beautiful, more comfortable alternative

It’s easy, it’s painless and you can start today
1. You pick the style and shade of your new smile
2. Your dentist takes an impression of your teeth
3. You come back in about three weeks for a final fitting and you wear your Snap-On Smile home


Facial Aesthetics

Facial Aesthetics


Wrinkle reduction and Derma Fillers at The Walk-In Dental Centre. It is a virtually pain free, non surgical wrinkle-reduction technique, giving you that beautifully rejuvenated wrinkle-free complexion.

It reversibly relaxes muscle tissue, which can be successfully used to combat ageing associated with gravity and sun exposure. It is usually applied in conjunction with hyaluronic acid dermal fillers to the areas around the face where dermal collagen has deteriorated, and hydration has diminished, such as the lips, forehead, neck lines, eye area, and folds surrounding the nose and mouth. Wrinkle reduction, together with dermal fillers, can achieve a youthful facial appearance when deep tissue breakdown has occurred. Treatments times vary from 5-20 minutes and may need to be repeated before the desired result is achieved.





Is your dental check up overdue?

The Australian Dental association recommend a check up every 6 months.

What will your dental check up entail?
1. A through clinical examination to check your teeth, gums and assess the soft tissues is performed. A soft tissue assessment will ensure any oral lesions are noted and our dentist will under take an oral cancer check.
2. Dental x rays to assess for decay and review bone support which is effected in patients with periodontal disease.
3. Oral hygiene instruction and dietary advise. Lots of patients suffer from bad breath and not brushing correctly. The dentist will spend time to assist you in helping provide you with the knowledge and tools on how to improve your oral hygiene. A sugary diet plays a critical factor in causing tooth decay. Our dentist will discuss your diet to see if it is causing holes in your teeth or wear of your teeth for example.
4. Scale and polish. Most patients require their teeth cleaned every 6 months. This ensures the calculus/tartar that has built up is removed. It can help improve your gum health and make it easier for you to clean your teeth.
5. Treatment plan. Our dentist will aim to provide you with a brief overview of what is required and then discuss this further as you need to ensure you fully understand and are happy with the treatment required.

Do you remember when was your last dental check up?



Teeth Whitening


Now you can whiten your smile in the comfort of your own home or at The Walk-in Dental Centre. These treatments can lighten discoloured teeth caused by tea coffee smoking, medication or smoking. If you want white teeth then please ask your dentist when you next attend.

You’ll notice your dazzling new smile and so will everyone else! Tooth whitening works best on yellowing teeth, but can also produce results on mottled teeth, and those with a grey/brown appearance caused by antibiotics. Dental whitening is a non invasive technique that does not in any way weaken or damage the tooth. It is one of the most simple but effective treatments available in cosmetic dentistry today.

Six things you want to know about tooth whitening:
• Teeth naturally darken with age. This can be made worse by lifestyle habits such as smoking, and drinking coffee, tea and red wine.
• Whiter teeth can make you look younger.
• Whitening does not damage the teeth.
• Tooth whitening can cause some teeth to become sensitive. This is generally mild in most people and disappears after the treatment is stopped.
• The best results are elicited from a recommended course of home whitening.
• Whitening gels only lighten the colour of the tooth, and will not affect fillings, crowns and veneers, which may need to be replaced after the teeth have been whitened.






A dental crown (cap) is a covering that encases the entire tooth surface, thus restoring it to its original shape, size, and colour. A crown protects and strengthens tooth structure that cannot be restored with fillings or other types of restorations.

The tooth is gently prepared in order that the remaining tooth provides a strong base, onto which the crown is bonded. There are several types of crowns, including high strength ceramic, a combination of metal and ceramic, or a high gold alloy alone. All ceramic crowns, made of materials such as E-max, can produce near perfect aesthetic results when constructed in harmony and conjunction with our ceramist. However, we will discuss and recommend the crown that best suits your dental and aesthetic needs.

Why might I need crowns?
• To improve your smile
• To protect a tooth that has fractured
• To prevent a tooth from breaking after a root canal filling
• To protect a large filling


Dental veneers have increased in popularity and can be an option for obtaining the perfect smile. It is a thin covering that can be placed over your tooth. A veneer can be used for teeth that are:
• Gapped
• Discoloured
• Broken down
• Worn
• Poorly shaped/Crooked

Veneers can be made of:
Composite resin: The dentist undertakes dental bonding and bonds the composite material to your tooth. These veneers are more affordable but require maintenance.
Porcelain: These veneers are laboratory made and are longer lasting and more durable.


A bridge is a fixed non-removable restoration that is used to replace missing. Teeth adjacent to a space are prepared, and the bridge is made linking the false tooth to the crowns as one unit.

This is then bonded into place such that it functions like the original teeth. There are several different types of bridges. Once we have discussed your needs and examined you, we will discuss and recommend the best options for your particular case. Dental bridges are highly durable and will last for a number of years provided you look after them and maintain a good oral hygiene and dietary program.

Bridges can be used to:
• Fill space of missing teeth
• Maintain facial shape
• Prevent remaining teeth from drifting out of position
• Restore chewing and speaking ability
• Restore your smile
• Upgrade from a removal partial denture to a fixed dental appliance





Gum disease (periodontal disease) is the leading cause of tooth loss in adults. Its treatment and control is the single most important factor underpinning all aspects of dentistry. Our dentists will screen for periodontal disease and assess your gums when you attend for a dental check-up.

Gum disease is caused by excessive bacterial accumulation in the mouth, and along the gum margins, in a biological medium better known as plaque. Gum disease can be incredibly painful, and if allowed to progress, can result in destruction of the underlying bone, recession of the gums, abscesses, mobility, and the premature loss of teeth.

At The Walk-in Dental Centre our dentist will work closely with the patient, to try to decelerate and stabilise the effects of gum disease. Treatment involves the thorough removal of plaque and hard deposits, and the use of topical antimicrobials in specific cases. We support patients in developing a regular maintenance programme, both at home, and in conjunction with our dentist.


Root Canal

Root Canal Treatment (RCT)

root canal

Have you got severe toothache or a dental abscess? If you might need root canal therapy or root canal treatment (RCT). This is a dental procedure used to retain a tooth with an irreversibly damaged nerve, so that a tooth can be saved and remain functional in the mouth.

Nerve damage is usually caused by bacterial invasion of the pulp due to decay, resulting in an infection that spreads through the root canal system of the tooth, eventually leading to an abscess. The aim of the treatment is to remove all infection from the root canal, then clean and fill the root canal system. Once all the infection has cleared, the tooth is permanently restored, and may require a crown to provide extra strength to the weak remaining tooth structure. This tooth is then examined and reviewed at regular check ups to ensure its integrity is intact.





Do you have sensitivity? Can you feel a hole? If so then you might need a filling so a checkup is always a good place to start. Fillings can be white or grey in colour and are typically used if you have a hole or cavity in your tooth or teeth. The decay is cleared and the hole sealed to prevent the cavity getting bigger.

Composite (Tooth coloured) Fillings

Technological advances have rendered cosmetic white fillings as strong and reliable as the traditional mercury amalgam fillings. White fillings are available in a variety of shades in order to ensure that the colour of the filling matches the shade of the tooth. This provides a more natural appearance. Composite can also be used to build up and re-contour teeth, as well as change their shape and close selective spacing, enhancing the overall form and aesthetics of the mouth.

Amalgam (Silver) Fillings

Amalgam fillings are silver coloured. They are made by combining mercury and a silver alloy. Amalgam is long lasting, hard wearing and economical to use. This kind of filling is normally used on the back ‘chewing’ teeth.

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