Our Biggest Stocktake Sale Now On

With up to 50% off selected items this is the biggest Stocktake Sale we've ever had. Great savings have been allocated across a large selection of our product range so get in quick before they sell out. Get in quick as only limited stock available.
*Discount prices are for select items only and valid until June 30, 2019. Regretfully no backorders are able to be taken on these products at these prices.
  • Rebecca Schaffler


Autumnal Offerings

As the leaves fall so do our prices … we are grateful for your loyalty and truly appreciate your business. We would like to give back and as such have prepared the most amazing offers for you with prices starting as low as $1 and many items are more than half price. 

Sale on now through to April 30th* 

*Unless sold sooner, check form for detail, terms and conditions may apply.

Pricing automatically set at checkout online or use form below. 


Autumn sale price list and product details click form to download:Autumn sale price list
  • Katrina Ginsburg

Choosing the Right Wires and Plastics

An easy guide to choosing the right wires and plastics. 


  • Rebecca Schaffler

New alert from the ASO

"With a number of online mail-order orthodontic treatments appearing on the market, the Australian Society of Orthodontists (ASO) is warning the Australian public against the health and financial risks associated with unsupervised, self-administered orthodontics.

This trend is gathering momentum in the United States, with aligner manufacturing companies now encouraging people to take teeth straightening into their own hands by purchasing ‘DIY’ clear aligners with no in-person assessment by a specialist orthodontist or a general dentist. Australians need to be aware of the dangers and limitations of attempting to move their teeth with at-home kits, which include the risk of serious damage to teeth and gums, poor treatment results and a lack of accountability from the product provider should things go wrong. Moving teeth is a health care procedure and it requires the personal supervision of a specialist orthodontist to ensure treatment is carried out safely and effectively.

For some consumers, ordering tooth aligners online may seem convenient and cost-effective, however the costs involved in repairing damage from unsupervised treatment can far outweigh the initial investment.

The ASO urges consumers to be wary of these risks and recommends a comprehensive assessment with a specialist orthodontist before considering treatment with clear aligners."

  • Rebecca Schaffler

How do you choose your plastic?

We get asked a lot of questions about the right plastic to choose so I thought I would step through what is recommended. Of course, we recommend the ESSIX® PLASTICS range for its APPEARANCE, STRENGTH AND DURABILITY but the material you use is an integral part of your treatment plan with patients.

Essix® Brand Plastics is a highly respected name in clear orthodontic retention and polymer technology. From the clarity of Essix ACE® Plastic, to the durability of Essix C+® Plastic, to the bonding capabilities of Essix A+® Plastic, it’s no wonder so many practices rely on genuine Essix® Brand Plastic to help guarantee compliance and satisfaction. When it comes to meeting the needs of you and your patient, Essix® Plastics gives you the quality you demand and the versatility you need.

View Main Orthodontics Plastics Range


View Essix Plastics Guide



  • Katrina Ginsburg