We recommend our patients have a routine check-up visit every 3-6 months. Regular dental visits are essential for the maintenance of healty teeth and gums. We assesses the condition of your teeth and gums by:

* Examining the gums
* Looking for signs of gum disease
* Checking for loose teeth
* Looking at the tissues inside of your mouth for oral cancer screening
* Examining your tongue
* Checking your bite
* Looking for visual evidence of tooth decay
* Checking for broken teeth
* Checking for damaged fillings
* Looking for changes in the gums covering teeth
* Evaluating any dental appliance you have
* Taking X-rays

By seeing us on a regular basis and following daily oral hygiene practices at home, you are more likely to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

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What are dental braces
(orthodontic cases)?

Dental braces (orthodontic cases) are devices used by our highly trained dentist to straighten crooked teeth or correct a misaligned bite. Braces help to reposition the teeth with the aims to correct the bite and create a beautifully straight smile.

How do they work

Dental braces work by placing constant pressure on each tooth to move them to the desired & correct position. This is done over several visits by our dentist.

What conditions can
braces fix?

People of all ages think about getting dental braces to either create a cosmetically beautiful smile, or to correct a structural issue. These include:

  • Crooked teeth
  • Crowded teeth
  • Gapped teeth
  • Overbite
  • Underbite
  • Crossbite
  • Incorrectly positioned jaw.

What are the different types of
braces available?

There are three main types of dental braces – metal, ceramic & invisible braces.

Metal Braces

Metal braces consist of metal brackets and wires. This style is the most affordable type of braces. There is the option of fun coloured bands that allow children to express themselves by personalising their braces with their favourite colours. We also use the latest techniques, which feature heat-activated archwires that use your body heat to assist in moving teeth faster with less pain.

Ceramic Braces

While these are the same size and shape as metal braces, they feature tooth-coloured or clear brackets to blend in with the teeth for a less noticeable appearance. We even have the option of tooth-coloured wires to make them blend in.

Ceramic braces are a great option for those who desire the fast results of metal braces without the look of metal braces.

Invisalign or ClearCorrect
(Invisible Braces)

Invisible Braces straighten your teeth through a series of clear, comfortable and removable aligners. Each aligner is slightly different, moving your teeth gradually into the desired position. For those who seek an option braces, Invisalign or ClearCorrect are for you.

If you are interested, please call 9735 7755 or email for a FREE consultation with Dr Eric Yeung to discuss your options.

And for every ortho case that proceeds from now till the end of the year, we will provide FREE teeth whitening with the Pola Night Teeth Whitening Gel.

Orion’s Dental Lilydale, Level 1, 351 Main St, Lilydale

What are anti-wrinkle injections and how do they work?

Botulinum toxin, is a natural, purified protein that is used to temporarily relax facial muscles that cause lines and wrinkles.

What is the aim of anti-wrinkle injections?

The treatment is used to soften the lines caused by facial expression and can be adjusted to ensure natural results. The duration of results is variable in between individuals but ranges from 3 to 6 months.

What are Fillers and how do they work?

As we get older, our stores of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) diminishes, leaving the skin less well supported, leading to wrinkles. By lifting and smoothing targeted folds and wrinkles by adding subtle volume, dermal fillers can make a difference to a person’s appearance, giving them a fresher look.

What is the aim of dermal fillers?

The aim is achieve a subtle natural look, leaving your friends and family believing you are looking your youthful best for your age. Treatment lasts between 18-24 months.

What are the costs?

We are excited to present an introductory special with our principal dentist, Dr Sam Koh at Orion’s Dental Taylors Lakes. Dr Sam is a qualified practitioner in the use of anti-wrinkle treatments.

To make a booking or find our more, please call (03) 9390 9872 or email
  • Do you have an important event coming up where you need to look your best?
  • Do you want a confident glowing smile for the rest of your life?
  • Do you see your dentist every 6 months?

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, then this offer is for you. For a limited time, $695 with a $50 CASH BACK PROMOTION FROM PHILLIPS ZOOM# will get you:

  • Initial Comprehensive Examination, Scale and Clean.
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  • Up to 1 hour on the Philips Zoom Whitespeed, which uses a proprietary LED light to accelerate whitening for maximum results in minimal time.
  • Customised bleaching tray.
  • 1 x 22% Pola Night to take home.
  • 1 x 22% Pola Night every 6 months with every dental check up for the rest of your life.

This offer is valid only at our Lilydale (9735 7755) and Taylors Lakes (9790 9872) practices. Call now to make an appointment. Limited Availability.

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Terms & Conditions:
– Offer is voided if regular check-up is not booked within 8 months of the last appointment.

Dental X-rays are often necessary when assessing your oral health as they provide a picture of areas the dentist cannot see. Like the rest of our body, there is a lot going on in our mouth. While your teeth and gums may look healthy, getting a dental X-ray can help your dentist identify hidden problem areas before they develop further.

Early tooth decay does not tend to show many physical signs or symptoms. By taking an X-ray your dentist will be able see whether you have any decay, infections in and around tooth roots, or any bone loss around the teeth. This is important, as these often unseen issues can cause significant health problems if left untreated. A simple and painless X-ray can save your time, your health and your back pocket.

Dental X-Rays can detect:

* Areas of decay that may not be visible in the mouth, especially small areas of decay between teeth
* Problems with existing fillings or other dental restorations such as root canals, crowns and bridges
* Presence and severity of gum disease
* Assist in the planning and preparation of tooth implants, braces, dentures, root canals, extractions or other dental procedures
* Abscesses or other dental related infections
* Conditions associated with tooth development, such as issues with spacing of the teeth, timing of the eruption of teeth, extra or missing teeth, malformed teeth, displaced and malpositioned teeth or impacted teeth
* Other developmental issues, such as cysts and some types of tumors
* Traumatic injuries such as tooth and bone fractures or the presence of foreign objects
* Determining a childís age in situations where it is not otherwise possible
* Proximity of teeth to important structures such as nerves and sinuses
* Check the development of wisdom teeth and identify if there is a need to have the wisdom teeth removed

Are X-rays dangerous?

Dental X-rays involve an extremely low amount of radiation. A simple routine X-ray is about the same amount of radiation exposure from a short aeroplane flight (1-2 hrs). Your dentist will carefully consider the need for the X-rays to be taken and the risk of undetected disease if X-rays are not taken. If you are pregnant, it is important to let your dentist know. While X-rays are kept to a minimum during pregnancy, they can be safely taken and may be essential to manage any significant dental disease, infections, or trauma.

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