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Do you miss Smiling with Confidence? Do you believe it is beyond hope? We firmly believe that no one’s smile is beyond hope!

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Mouth injuries, tight budgets, dental anxiety, and gum disease are just a few of the many factors that can lead to a smile that needs full mouth reconstruction. Anytime you are prevented from seeking treatment, it leads to more complex issues due to worsening conditions. When you need an entire smile makeover and full mouth rehabilitation and restorative treatment, we can help you restore the health and appearance of your mouth.

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Full mouth reconstruction can restore your confidence in your smile, and may include the following procedures:

  • Crowns and white composite fillings
  • Tooth replacement with bridges, dentures, or dental implants
  • Orthodontics
  • Crown lengthening
  • Gum disease treatment
  • Gum or bone grafts
  • Veneers or teeth whitening

 Full Mouth Reconstructions  | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, CallVOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult. 9629-7664 for your FREE Mini Cosmetic Dentistry Consult

How can we help you?

Why Choose Vogue Smiles Melbourne?

  • We understand that not everyone is comfortable visiting the dentists, so we aim to make your visit as relaxing as possible.
  • Our excellent dental team is friendly, caring, gentle and has years of experience as established clinicians.
  • We provide the full spectrum of high quality dental care, from prevention to general restorative dentistry, cosmetic treatments, all at affordable prices.
  • Having now placed thousands of veneers over 30 years, our experience is unrivalled.
  • With over hundreds, 5 Star online reviews from our patients, we pride ourselves on our first-class reputation and excellent service.

At your Consultation

  • Discuss any concerns you have.
  • Go through your suitable treatment options each with associated fees
  • A range of payment options are available to you to make your investment affordable.
  • Run through Finance option. Can help you on the spot application

Tailored treatment for you

  • You are one-of-a-kind, and your smile should be, as well. Several cosmetic treatments may be incorporated into a smile makeover. We will take into account your individual preferences and will cater to your budget.
  • Dr. Zenaidy Castro has helped hundreds of patients feel better about their smiles. With over 30 years experience, concentrated mostly on smile makeovers, she have extensive experience in the area of porcelain veneers and other Cosmetic Dentistry procedure.
  • Whether a minor repair, discolouration, or missing teeth has diminished the beauty of your smile, we have customized services and high standards that you can count on for gorgeous results.

All the things you need to know about Full Dental Reconstruction Melbourne- Smile Rehabilitation & Makeover

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What is full mouth reconstruction and rehabilitation
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What is full mouth reconstruction and rehabilitation

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Is your smile seriously damaged or decayed? Do you believe it is beyond hope? We firmly believe that no one’s smile is beyond hope! Our experienced dentist can provide full-mouth reconstruction to treat advanced tooth decay, damaged or injured teeth, infected teeth, and chipped or cracked teeth, as well as to replace missing one or more teeth. Full-mouth reconstruction typically involves restoring or replacing many or all of the teeth in the mouth. Each full-mouth reconstruction is personalized to meet your specific dental needs and goals. We may recommend one or more of the following dental treatments as part of your full-mouth reconstruction:

  • Bridges
  • Crowns
  • Dental implants
  • Dentures and partials
  • Gum disease treatment
  • Orthodontics (braces or Invisalign® aligners)
  • Root canal treatment
  • Veneers

By using these high-quality treatments in combination, we can give you a healthier, more functional smile.

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Types of full mouth reconstruction treatment
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Types of full mouth reconstruction treatment

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Full mouth reconstruction is a dental treatment that can restore your smile if it has been severely injured, damaged, or decayed. Full mouth reconstruction often involves restoring many or all of the teeth in the mouth. Depending on your specific dental needs, can include several types of dental treatments, including:

  • Dental bonding
  • Dental bridges
  • Dental bridges
  • Dental fillings
  • Dental implants
  • Dental inlays or onlays
  • Dental veneers
  • Dentures (complete or partial)
  • Periodontal (gum) treatment
  • Root canal treatment
  • Tooth extraction

During your personalized consultation with Dr Castro, we will help you determine which of our high-quality treatments are best suited to improving your smile. The goal of full mouth

reconstruction is to restore the health, function, and appearance of your smile. Our experienced dentists is pleased to provide full mouth reconstruction to help you achieve a healthier, more attractive smile.

You may benefit from full mouth reconstruction if your smile is affected by any of the following dental problems:

  • Chipped or broken teeth
  • Cracked or fractured teeth
  • Tooth decay
  • Periodontal disease (gum disease)
  • One or more missing teeth
  • Infection
  • Dental injury or trauma

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Are You a Candidate for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?
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Are You a Candidate for a Full Mouth Reconstruction?

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

A full-mouth reconstruction isn’t really a treatment itself, but rather an entire treatment plan that combines multiple procedures to help a patient address several dental issues at the same time. Each one is custom designed based on a patient’s unique needs, concerns, and goals. Because of this, the amount of time each reconstruction requires is different from patient to patient, but the end result is always a strong, beautiful, and functional smile someone will be able to enjoy for many years to come.

You may be a great candidate for Full Mouth Reconstruction procedures if you have the following concerns:

  • Damaged teeth after gum disease
  • Tooth discoloration
  • Misaligned bite
  • Crooked or uneven teeth
  • Severe gum recession
  • Worn down teeth
  • Multiple missing teeth

Full Mouth Reconstruction Procedures and Treatments

  • Dental implants
  • Crowns
  • Bone grafting
  • Soft tissue grafts
  • Occlusal adjustment
  • Teeth whitening
  • Lumineers
  • Invisalign

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Restorative Treatments
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Restorative Treatments

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Restorative dentistry addresses damaged, decayed, or missing teeth. The primary objective is repairing teeth and improving the bite for better function. Full mouth reconstruction can include two or more procedures, including:

  • Dental Implants: Crafted from surgical-grade titanium, dental implants are considered the superior teeth replacement option in dentistry today. These small posts are placed in the jawbone to replace the roots of missing teeth.
  • Dentures:For patients missing most or all of their teeth, dentures can be used to fill in the gaps. In addition to conventional dentures, implant-supported dentures provide optimal stability.
  • Dental Bridges: When a row of teeth is missing, a dental bridge can fill in the spaces, completing your smile. Implant-supported bridges can avoid compromising the structure of your natural teeth.
  • Dental Crowns:If a tooth has a cavity that is too extensive for a filling, a dental crown can restore the tooth to its normal shape and size. Crowns can also reinforce the structure of a weakened tooth.
  • Tooth-Colored Fillings:To repair mild or moderate decay, tooth-colored fillings can be placed. Preferred over traditional silver fillings by most patients, composite fillings provide an aesthetically pleasing result.
  • Inlays and Onlays:Sometimes, tooth decay is too extensive for a filling, but not severe enough to warrant a crown. In these cases, inlays and onlays can be used to repair damaged teeth.
  • Root Canal Therapy: If the internal structures of a tooth become infected, the bacteria can spread from the pulp to the roots. In these cases, root canal therapy can eradicate infection to save the tooth and keep bacteria from spreading to adjacent teeth.
  • Tooth Extractions: It is always preferable to save a natural tooth, but sometimes an extraction may be recommended.

Full mouth reconstruction, rehabilitation and restoration are terms often used interchangeably to describe the process of rebuilding or simultaneously restoring all of the teeth in both the upper and lower jaws.

Full mouth reconstruction typically involves general or restorative dentists (performing procedures like crowns, bridges and veneers), and can incorporate dental specialists like periodontists (specializing in the gums), oral surgeons, orthodontists (specializing in tooth movements and positions) and endodontists (specializing in the tooth pulp).

The need for full mouth reconstruction may result from:

  • Teeth that have been lost due to decay or trauma.
  • Teeth that have been injured or fractured.
  • Teeth that have become severely worn as a result of long-term acid erosion (foods, beverages, acid reflux) or tooth grinding.
  • Ongoing complaints of jaw, muscle and headache pain requiring adjustments to the bite (occlusion).

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Full Mouth Construction Treatment Details
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Full Mouth Construction Treatment Details

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Full mouth reconstruction involves a combination of cosmetic and restorative dental treatments that are undertaken together within a customized treatment plan.

These treatments can help first realign your bite and then repair the damage caused by excessive tooth wear. Taking care of your jaw alignment problems can improve the function of your mouth, and may improve your appearance.

Dental procedures such as crowns, implants, bridges, and orthodontic treatment are used in conjunction with bite alignment treatments like orthotics and TMJ disorder treatment to restore your bite’s balance and help keep it in its optimal alignment over the long term.

Depending on the extent of treatment, full mouth reconstruction may be performed in stages or all at once. Your full mouth reconstruction may include two or more of the following:

Dental crowns or caps placed over teeth to restore normal health and function. Crowns are crafted using porcelain or similar materials to blend in seamlessly with natural teeth.

Dental bridges to close the gap left by a missing tooth. Bridges consist of an artificial tooth (pontic) supported or “anchored” by the adjacent teeth.

Dentures to restore all teeth in the upper arch, lower arch or both. Dentures can be supported by implants for increased stability and support.

Dental implants to replace one or several missing teeth. Implants consist of three parts: a titanium post that is surgically inserted into the jawbone, an abutment and a dental restoration. Dental implants can be used to anchor dental crowns, bridges or dentures.

Gum therapy, including gum surgery, laser gum therapy and gum recontouring, to treat various stages of gum (periodontal) diseases.

Orthodontic treatment to straighten misaligned teeth or correct bite problems. Dental Health Associates offers traditional orthodontics (i.e., metal brackets) and modern orthodontics (e.g., Invisalign™). Depending on the specific treatment and degree of correction needed, treatment can last from several months to two years.

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Are all full mouth reconstructions alike?
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Are all full mouth reconstructions alike?

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

No. Your full mouth reconstruction plan will be unique to your needs and goals. Our dentists will work closely with you to determine the exact details of your plan to ensure it aligns with your needs and goals.

Rehabilitating teeth and gums with full mouth reconstruction offers a number of benefits. First, it restores your oral health and minimizes the risk of serious dental problems brought on by decayed gums, teeth and/or missing teeth. By rebuilding teeth or correcting misalignment issues, the bite is strengthened, making chewing and eating easier.

In addition to health and functional benefits, full mouth reconstruction also offers cosmetic benefits. The procedure can straighten crooked teeth and replace missing teeth for a complete and harmonious smile.

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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What will my dental restorations be made of?
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What will my dental restorations be made of?

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Your dental restorations can be made of several materials, such as metal alloy, gold, composite resin and porcelain. Each material has advantages and disadvantages, which we can discuss with you in detail during an in-person appointment.

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Effects of Missing Teeth
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Effects of Missing Teeth

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Tooth loss is a big deal. While losing one or two teeth is bad enough, losing an entire arch, or even a whole mouth of teeth is a serious issue. You rely on your teeth for biting and chewing, two functions which are not only important for eating but your digestion and your overall nutrition as well. Your teeth control airflow when you speak, making it possible for you to communicate effectively with those around you. Your teeth also provide you with a beautiful, confident smile. When you lose all of your teeth, all of these functions and more are affected. We can help with full mouth restorations.

Effects of Missing Teeth

Losing your teeth has many effects on your life:

    • Your smile deteriorates. The teeth are a big component of your smile. Without them, it suffers. As a result, your confidence can plummet as well.
    • It becomes difficult to eat most of your favorite foods. You may become limited to only eating soft foods.
    • Your digestion is affected. Because foods are not properly broken down by the teeth, the body has a harder time accessing and absorbing essential nutrients. This can have a significant impact on your nutrition.
    • Your speech suffers. You have difficulty talking, and others have a hard time understanding you.
    • Your jawbone begins to change shape.
    • Your face loses support, which leads to sagging skin, sunken facial features, and wrinkles.

Traditional Full Dentures

Traditionally, missing teeth have been replaced with full dentures. Full dentures are a removable prosthesis that consists of acrylic resin teeth that are set firmly into a gum colored acrylic base. Your dentures are designed from impressions of your mouth. The base is made to sit directly on your gums, relying on the tissue for support.

While dentures have come a long way in recent years, looking more natural and feeling less bulky, they still do have some major disadvantages. They require additional care. They can slip out of place. They also cannot stop bone loss in the jaw, which means that your jaw continues to change shape. Because your dentures do not change with your jaw, it becomes necessary to have them replaced every few years.

Replacement With Dental Implants

Dental implants are a more modern treatment for replacing missing teeth. They can be used to replace any number of missing teeth, including an entire mouth. This treatment uses small titanium posts that are surgically implanted into the jawbone. The bone fuses to the posts as you heal, stabilizing them in the jaw. The posts are then used to provide support for your replacement teeth.

A typical restoration for a single arch uses 6 to 8 posts implanted into the jawbone to support all of your new teeth. However, the posts rely on sufficient bone mass for success. Without it, implants can fail. This used to mean that a bone graft, another surgical procedure, would be needed. Today, however, a full arch of missing teeth without sufficient bone mass may be a candidate for the All-on-4® Treatment Concept. This treatment uses only 4 posts to support your teeth, and these posts are placed strategically within your jaw so that they can make maximum contact with the bone you do have left.

Replacing your missing teeth is essential for restoring their functions as well as your overall quality of life. Schedule your consultation and learn what option is best for you.

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Before You Undergo Full Mouth Reconstruction
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Before You Undergo Full Mouth Reconstruction

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Smiles can be damaged. Sometimes the culprits are tooth decay and gum disease. Other times accidents and injuries occur that ruin the natural beauty of your teeth. Many times, the effects of a less than perfect smile can be physically and emotionally devastating.

We are here to help bring back your confidence and restore the natural beauty of your smile. With our complimentary consultation, we will be able to evaluate your mouth and offer different options to reconstruct the smile you had or have always wanted.

During this visit, we will thoroughly examine your teeth, gums, and soft tissue. He will closely look at your bite and the alignment of your teeth. Additionally, we will take X-Rays and check for oral cancer. Next we will ask you a series of questions, which will allow us to get a better understanding of your oral goals and areas where you would like repaired.

Dr. Castro is a very caring dentist that understands that you may have some apprehensions about full mouth reconstruction. That is why she is more than happy to answer any of your questions in full detail.

Dr Castro is going perform a comprehensive dental exam to determine if you are a good candidate for full mouth reconstruction. The exam will focus on:

    • Condition of your teeth: Any cavities, decay, cracks, root canal issues, missing teeth, loose teeth, and short or long teeth will need to be addressed with procedures such as crowns, bridges, implants, inlays, onlays, or even veneers. You may be referred to other specialists for some of these procedures.
    • Periodontal issues: If there is any indication of gum disease, you might need to visit a periodontist for gum disease treatment. If your gums are not in good health, a non-surgical scaling and root planing procedure or more intensive treatments such as periodontal surgery may be necessary. Your team of oral professionals will need to prepare your teeth and gums for the reconstruction phases.
    • Your teeth are discolored or not shaped correctly. Crowns can be shaded and shaped to any specifications, which offers an excellent means of creating a bright, uniform smile.
    • Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) functioning: We will determine the state of your bite and whether or not chewing and daily activities are interfering with the health of your teeth. Your occlusion, or the way in which your teeth fit together, as well as the overall health of your jaw joints will need to be reviewed before undergoing any type of reconstructive procedure.
    • Esthetics: Dr Castro will take a closer look at the overall appearance of your teeth and evaluate their size and proportions. If you have large spaces due to tooth loss, we will discuss ways to replace missing teeth to improve your smile. We will also evaluate how your teeth look in relation to your gums, lips, mouth, and overall facial structure.

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, Call VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult.

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Factors that Influence the Cost of Cosmetic Dentitstry in Melbourne
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Factors that Influence the Cost of Cosmetic Dentitstry in Melbourne

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Today a healthy and beautiful smile is more important than ever, which is why many people are turning to cosmetic dentistry. While many people wish to perfect their smile, sometimes the cost of this treatment can be a big worry. The great news is that reasonably priced options are available today and payment options also make it easier than ever to enjoy a great smile. If you’re worried about cosmetic dentistry prices, here is a closer look at.

Many different factors can influence what you pay to have cosmetic dentistry procedures completed. One big factor happens to be the type of treatment that you choose. If the treatment needed is limited, the price will be fairly low. However, if more extensive treatment is needed, cosmetic dentistry prices can quickly increase based upon the specific treatment needed.

When people choose to have cosmetic procedures done on their teeth, they often forget to figure in the laboratory charges when figuring the approximate cost of treatment. Certain procedures may require some work in a laboratory, which will result in charges from the laboratory. While some dentists include this amount in the total cost, sometimes these charges may be separate. If you’re trying to figure out the overall cost of your cosmetic treatment, don’t forget about possible laboratory charges.

In some cases, additional surgery may be needed for those undergoing cosmetic dentistry procedures. For example, those who decide on dental implants may require additional surgery to get the implant site prepared. Preoperative and postoperative surgical procedures are sometimes needed and can increase the overall cost of the cosmetic treatment needed.

Now that you understand some of the factors that can affect cosmetic dentistry costs you may be wondering how much certain procedures will cost you. While the end cost can vary, here is a look at the estimated cost for certain procedures.

Dentistry not ‘black and white’.

Unfortunately in dentistry, more than in medicine, things are not absolutely black and white. So there are a lot of shades of grey and it depends very much on the dentist’s personal experience, expertise and training.”

The patient’s own level of expectations and perfectionism, medical and dental history, oral hygiene status as well as their likelihood to follow a treatment plan can also influence the dentist’s decisions.

Dentist are not basically trying to tell you something different to make more money, but they have different ideas, different trainings. And they see things differently. And it’s extremely variable.

If you want to know the cost of a smile makeover, it makes sense to go to the dentists who know how to do it correctly and who can actually create a beautiful smile. Why get a smile makeover in the first place if the result is going to be a mediocre smile?

Looking for Best Cosmetic Dentists & Cosmetic Dentistry Melbourne Services? VOGUE SMILES MELBOURNE Dentist have the expertise skills and experience to address to your satisfaction all your cosmetic Dentistry issues. Call us now 9629-7664 for your FREE Mini Cosmetic Dentistry Consult

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Early Release of Superannuation for Dental Treatment
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Early Release of Superannuation for Dental Treatment

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Today a healthy and beautiful smile is more important than ever, which is why many people are turning to cosmetic dentistry. While many people wish to perfect their smile, sometimes the cost of this treatment can be a big worry. The great news is that reasonably priced options are available today and payment options also make it easier than ever to enjoy a great smile. If you’re worried about cosmetic dentistry prices, here is a closer look at.

Many different factors can influence what you pay to have cosmetic dentistry procedures completed. One big factor happens to be the type of treatment that you choose. If the treatment needed is limited, the price will be fairly low. However, if more extensive treatment is needed, cosmetic dentistry prices can quickly increase based upon the specific treatment needed.

When people choose to have cosmetic procedures done on their teeth, they often forget to figure in the laboratory charges when figuring the approximate cost of treatment. Certain procedures may require some work in a laboratory, which will result in charges from the laboratory. While some dentists include this amount in the total cost, sometimes these charges may be separate. If you’re trying to figure out the overall cost of your cosmetic treatment, don’t forget about possible laboratory charges.

In some cases, additional surgery may be needed for those undergoing cosmetic dentistry procedures. For example, those who decide on dental implants may require additional surgery to get the implant site prepared. Preoperative and postoperative surgical procedures are sometimes needed and can increase the overall cost of the cosmetic treatment needed.

Now that you understand some of the factors that can affect cosmetic dentistry costs you may be wondering how much certain procedures will cost you. While the end cost can vary, here is a look at the estimated cost for certain procedures.

Dentistry not ‘black and white’.

Unfortunately in dentistry, more than in medicine, things are not absolutely black and white. So there are a lot of shades of grey and it depends very much on the dentist’s personal experience, expertise and training.”

Do you need major dental work but have no idea how you’re going to pay for it? You could qualify for the Early Release of Superannuation (ERS), which has been established to provide you with access to your funds when you need them most.

Instead of waiting until you are 65 years old, you are able to access your funds immediately, regardless of you are in your 20s or your 40s. That’s why requesting an early release of superannuation for dental treatment can provide enormous financial relief, especially if you have limited private health cover.

How does early Release of Superannuation (ERS) work?

The early access to superannuation funds has been designed to allow you to receive essential dental treatment that is paid for by funds that belong to you.

However, you should note that you need to meet select criteria to apply for the early release of funds. This option should also be a last resort and one taken after all other considerations have been exhausted. Speaking to a financial counsellor before you go ahead is a good idea.

How can I apply for Early Release of Superannuation (ERS)?

First, you need to establish if you are eligible to access the funds. Depending on the superannuation fund you are with, you are allowed access to a lump sum to pay out-of-pocket expenses for dental treatment for yourself or your dependents.

The specific requirements for applying for early access based on compassionate grounds include:

  • Meeting the needs of dental treatment that falls under any of the following conditions:
  • Life-threatening
  • Producing acute or chronic pain
  • Reduces dignity or quality of life
  • You do not have the financial means to pay for the required treatment.
  • A report needs to be completed by a dental practitioner that is registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Registration Agency.

How does a dental ERS application work?

Australian Tax Office (ATO) has strict rules for what qualifies as a treatment you can finance through ERS. Here’s how the procedure usually begins:

1. Get a Dental assessment.

2. At our practice, we present you with a comprehensive treatment plan backed by scans, photographs and video of your dental condition.

3. Your plan lets you know exactly what we think needs to be done and why, and then gives the item number and cost for each.

4. We discuss options for how to proceed. You can apply for ERS to pay for treatments for yourself, your partner or your children.

5. Your application for funding must cover the entire cost of the procedure, so it is important you have enough funds to cover the cost of treatment.

Qualifying for ERS for dental

Your superannuation is there to help protect your quality of life in retirement. Accessing it before that time is strictly regulated of course. However, for cases where your quality of life will be lower if you don’t access those funds, the government makes allowances.

It must be justified on medical grounds. If your teeth aren’t fit for purpose – if you can’t chew and can’t eat – that is good grounds for an ERS application.

Cosmetic veneers and things like that are not really an option. But if you need the porcelain to adjust your bite, that’s different. So, it really depends on your circumstances. All-on-4 is probably the most common treatment which people have been funding via the super route, that is when you need all your teeth replacing because they are terminal so this certainly fits the criteria.”

How long do I have to wait?

The application process to access your super usually takes a few days to get together, then an estimated 10 to 14 working days for assessment.

Are there limitations on the amount of dental superannuation I can withdraw?

In a word, no! There are no restrictions on how much super you can withdraw. You are eligible to withdraw the amount required for your treatment, however large or small an amount it may be.

I don’t have sufficient super – Can I access another account?

Absolutely! If you don’t have sufficient superannuation left to cover the cost of your treatment it is possible to access the superannuation of your partner, spouse or other dependants as you see fit.

Dental superannuation – What it covers?

Early release of your superannuation can cover a wide range of surgical dental treatments including…

Orthodontics

Dental implants

General dentistry

Endodontic therapy

Oral and maxillofacial surgery

Crowns

How much tax do you pay on early release of super?

There are no special tax rates for a super withdrawal because of severe financial hardship. It is paid and taxed as a normal super lump sum. If you are under 60 years old, this is generally taxed between 17% and 22%. If you are older than 60 years old, you will not be taxed.

FOR MORE INFO

How do i access my super for dental? https://www.ato.gov.au/individuals/super/withdrawing-and-using-your-super/early-access-to-your-super/

Can you access super for dental? https://accessmysuper.com.au/dental-funding/

When can I access my super? All conditions of release explained https://www.superguide.com.au/how-super-works/access-super-all-conditions-of-release
Early access to your super https://www.ato.gov.au/individuals/super/withdrawing-and-using-your-super/early-access-to-your-super/

Dental Treatment Funding – Access My Super https://accessmysuper.com.au/about-us/
APPLY FOR EARLY RELEASE OF SUPERANNUATION ON COMPASSIONATE GROUNDS https://ndh.org.au/debt-solutions/access-superannuation/apply-for-early-release-of-superannuation-on-compa/

Super withdrawal options
https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Super/Withdrawing-and-using-your-super/Super-withdrawal-options/

Early access on compassionate grounds https://www.ato.gov.au/Individuals/Super/In-detail/Withdrawing-and-using-your-super/Early-access-on-compassionate-grounds/

Early Release of Super for Dental Health https://mysupercare.com.au/our-services/dental/
Using my super for dental work ato – https://www.ato.gov.au/individuals/super/withdrawing-and-using-your-super/early-access-to-your-super/

SUPERCARE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oo7Ymn3M54w&feature=emb_logo

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FULL MOUTH MAKEOVER

Full Mouth Reconstructions | Smile Rehabilitation Melbourne

Your smile is a unique part of who you are. We have the advanced skills unique to allow us to completely restore and rehabilitate your mouth using cosmetic solutions such as porcelain veneers, bridges and crowns, dental implants and more.

We understand that while appearance may be your primary motive, you will not be satisfied unless your teeth are fully functional as well. A full mouth makeover combines the science and artistry of aesthetic dentistry to create smiles that are functionally sound, physically healthy, and visually appealing. Often better than the real thing, redesigning the smile you were born with is an exciting process.

If your smile is greatly damaged, and in need of full-mouth reconstruction or rehabilitation to restore your smile’s health and appearance, CallVOGUE SMILES MELBOURNEat 9629 -7664 to schedule your FREE mini consult. 9629-7664 for your FREE Mini Cosmetic Dentistry Consult

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What sets Dr Zenaidy Castro apart? 

Unparalleled experience of over 30 years and dedication to her craft Dr. Zenaidy Castro found her passion of dentistry through her experience with creative activities. As a lifelong painter and photographer, Dr. Zenaidy Castro is a passionate dentist who cares about creativity, perception, and working with her hands to create something beautiful.

Naturally, she found that dentistry allowed her to use these skills in an impactful and fulfilling way. While her training of dentistry, Dr. Zenaidy Castro separates herself through her artist’s eye for detail, intuition, and finesse.

In order to give patients the smile that they deserve, Dr. Castro continually invests in the latest dental technologies and educates herself on the latest and greatest procedures. As an artist and dentist, Dr. Zenaidy Castro understands the importance of visualization and keen eye and attention to details.

With 3 decades of experience so far, Dr. Castro definitely knows her way around a tooth. What matters most to her, though, is the person behind the smile. She’s helped countless patients gain new leases on life through stunning dental transformations that go the extra mile.

Dr. Zenaidy Castro

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