if it’s been a while: smile! welcome back

It’s never too late to start taking care of your dental health.

Humans have a bit of a habit of putting things off. It’s natural for many of us, especially these days where we lead such busy lifestyles. But here’s the thing: the more you procrastinate, the more you’ll tend to worry about the fact you’ve not done something, and the cycle continues.

At smilogy, we recommend that our customers visit us for routine smile care every 6-12 months. If it’s been a bit longer (weeks, months… even years), we’ll always welcome you back through our doors with a smile.

It’s never too late to start taking care of your dental health. Here’s where to start and what to be aware of.

First things first: take a deep breath. You may feel anxious or even a little embarrassed about the fact you haven’t seen a dentist for a while, but we’re just glad when you manage to come back. We recommend starting with a check-up, and taking it from there.

Our Australian dentists and hygienists are trained to help you settle in and will go the extra mile –

how much effort is required?

At your first appointment, we’ll make sure you’re as comfortable as possible. All our Australian dentists and hygienists are trained to help you settle in and will go the extra mile to get to know you.

Chat with them about any concerns or fears, and they’ll build up your confidence. Let them know about any dental history if you haven’t seen them before or if it’s been a while.

smilogy check-ups are simple. We check-up, clean and add fluoride to your smile to strengthen your teeth. As part of the check-up, smilogy dentists examine your mouth, diagnosing any issues and discussing your tailored treatment options.

Ask any questions that may be on your mind – whether about costs, benefits, risks, or anything else. We’re always here to help.

what issues might you face?

We’re not here to give lectures, but time spent in between appointments can lead to a few dental problems that you’ll want to address.

For example, when plaque builds up over time, it can harden into tartar which can lead to cavities and gum disease. These can affect your holistic health and cause bad breath, which a check-up and clean will start to take care of.

All dentists, including our superstars at smilogy, are also trained to look out for serious issues such as infection and even cancer. In addition to check-ups, services such as tooth extractions, fillings, and X-rays may be recommended, to improve overall wellness.

You can even think about smile transformations while you’re here – including whitening, straightening and smile makeovers. A visit to your smilogy can be super exciting!

getting into a routine

Unlike your GP, it’s recommended that you visit your dentist regularly throughout the course of your lifetime – not just when you think something is wrong.

At smilogy, you can get to know your Australian dentist and the team very well, by seeing us every 6-12 months.

This can help us with all the preventative care that is necessary to avoid little things turning into big things with your smile. Once you come and see us, you’ll have peace of mind and leave feeling refreshed!

book now

If you’ve decided it’s about time you came back to the dentist, smilogy would love to welcome you back with open arms. Whether you’ve seen us before or it’s your first visit, call us now on 02 8005 4434.
Dr Luke Cronin

Dr Luke Cronin

As a graduate of the University of Queensland (2000, 2013) and the University of Sydney (2006), Dr Cronin is one of Australia’s leading cosmetic dentists, specialising in creating stunning new smiles with cutting edge cosmetic dentistry techniques, including clear aligners, whitening and porcelain veneers.

Dr Cronin's work has been showcased in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and Elle magazine and in 2019 he was awarded Australasian Dentist of the Year by My Face My Body in 2019.

Acknowledged an expert in his field for segments on the Today Show and House of Wellness, Dr Cronin now offers his first-class cosmetic treatments and customer care at smilogy.

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Contact us on 02 8005 4434 or see if you’re suitable for treatment with our fun quiz.

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