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Achieve Straighter Teeth With Our Orthodontic Treatment

Showing off a gorgeous smile never gets old. Having aligned teeth can give you the confidence you deserve to have and the ability to make a fantastic first impression on others.

What is Orthodontics?

Malocclusion, or misaligned teeth, is a prevalent condition, especially among children. The problem with malocclusion is that it can cause serious problems for your oral health if left untreated.

If your upper jaw and lower jaw are not correctly aligned, you may experience discomfort or even pain. Malocclusion can lead to problems with chewing, eating, oral health, and self-esteem.

Children or adults with malocclusion, crooked teeth, or bruxism may benefit from orthodontic solutions. Orthodontics is the field of dentistry that cares for and treats teeth that are misaligned. Orthodontists provide teeth straightening methods to improve the aesthetics of your smile, as well as the function of your teeth.

Our Orthodontic Services

At Magical Smiles, we provide the following orthodontic treatment options:


Invisalign is worn by thousands of people worldwide as an alternative to braces, and nobody will notice that you are wearing them. When you choose Invisalign, you'll have several sets of clear aligners custom-made for you.

Myobrace Trainers

Myobrace is an orthodontic appliance used by orthodontic providers in over 100 countries. It was designed as a treatment for children to combat orofacial development concerns before they get older and need extensive orthodontic therapy.

Traditional Braces

People have trusted metal braces to shift their crooked teeth into desired positions over the years. Conventional metal braces provide reliable, predictable results and are appropriate for treating mild, moderate, and severe dental problems.

Book A Free Invisalign Consultation Today

Request an appointment with our amazing team today if you want to get dental work done. We can provide you with the best options for your situation and we’ll fit you in as soon as possible.

Why Choose Magical Smiles for Laser Dentistry in Melbourne and Caroline Springs

Nobody likes to visit the dentist.

Nevertheless, we strive to give you a superb dental experience during each appointment so that you will feel differently about your dental visits. One of the ways we do so is by using the latest equipment. Our state-of-the-art approach to dentistry ensures that you receive dental care that’s highly effective while being extremely efficient. With the Fotona LightWalker Laser, we’ve revolutionised an array of dental procedures.

Fotona is a revolutionary technology in the dental industry. Their LightWalker laser enables us to be precise in your treatment. It also allows for a quicker recovery and decreases the need for a more invasive procedure. There is a range of treatment options that can be completed with our laser. They include laser teeth whitening, laser root canals, laser gum LANAP and laser anti-snoring treatment. If you’re wondering how you can benefit from laser dentistry, visit us today in Caroline Springs! We have same-day visits available if you’d like to be seen straight away. Our dedicated team is also here for convenient Saturday appointments.

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FAQs about Orthodontics

The cost of Invisalign depends on many factors, including your oral health and the amount of work you need to be done. Prices start at $4,000 and can go as high as $10,000, depending on your situation.
Dental braces rarely have a fixed fee. A variety of factors affect the cost of treatment, including the type and length of treatment needed. Until we’re able to evaluate your specific needs, it’s difficult to determine a price. As soon as you come in for a consultation, we’ll be able to outline your customised treatment plan, so there are no surprises for you. We want your orthodontic care to be affordable, which is why we offer affordable payment plans through a variety of organisations—ask us for more info on your visit!
Orthodontic treatment involves straightening the teeth or moving them into a more favourable position. Braces, invisible aligners, retainers, and orthognathic treatment (jaw repositioning surgery) are all part of the treatment. The result can be an improved appearance, more effective bite, and more convenient cleaning.
Both dentists and orthodontists receive extensive training in diagnosing and treating oral health conditions. Orthodontists, however, are dental specialists certified to perform some things that dentists aren’t. Orthodontists receive additional training, which allows them to specialise in fitting braces and diagnosing problems with the jaw.
Having a healthy smile can improve your self-esteem and make you feel better in your interactions with others. However, the benefits of orthodontic solutions extend beyond aesthetics. Orthodontics is an invaluable tool for maintaining healthy teeth. Teeth that are properly aligned and straight are easier to clean and keep clean. Taking steps to correct a bad bite can help prevent gum disease, tooth decay, and tooth loss.

A few common orthodontic issues are as follows:

  1. Malocclusion:
    When your teeth aren’t lined up properly in your mouth, you may experience bite problems such as an underbite, overbite, crossbite, or open bite. Malocclusion can make it difficult or uncomfortable for you to bite, eat, or chew. Other effects include speech impediments, changes in your facial structure, and frequent biting of your inner cheeks and tongue.

  2. Teeth Spacing Issues:
    Crowding, gaps, and other irregularities in dental spacing can cause gum disease and other oral health problems. These problems can also negatively affect a person’s self-esteem and appearance.

  3. Teeth Protrusion:
    Teeth protrude when the upper jaw is thrust forward, resulting in uneven bite pressure and tooth protrusion.

  4. Tooth Grinding:
    This condition, also known as bruxism, can wear your teeth down and cause tooth damage as well as other oral health issues.