Prevent major issues such as extractions, jaw surgery, breathing problems, sleep apnea, asthma.
Your best smile is possible with Dr Saacks
Every smile is unique. Every person is individual.
The treatments we recommend are customised to achieve the best results. Dr Saacks, a renowned international specialist, oversees all treatment plans from start to finish. Our team brings together the latest technologies from Australia and America to give you excellence in orthodontics. This approach is so much more than ‘one system fits all’ and we look forward to sharing it with you.
We pride ourselves on providing the best patient experience for every case we treat!
An ideal age to bring your child to visit Dr Saacks is seven. Early intervention can prevent the need for more costly orthodontics down the track. Our team will take x-rays and assess your child’s oral health. Many children won’t require early intervention but it’s a good idea to screen children at this important age.
Your teenager may wish to get their teeth straightened to improve their smile. The teen years are the perfect time for orthodontic treatment. Options include cosmetic braces or Invisalign. The treatment option you choose will depend on your teenagers oral health and mouth structure. A free consultation with Dr Saacks will help you reach the right decision.
Suitable for all ages! Whether you’re 12, 25 or 40 cosmetic braces are now sleeker, smaller and more comfortable. Straightening teeth with cosmetic braces is the most trusted orthodontic option. Dr Saacks understands the need for holistic patient treatment and gives each individual the very best customised care. Choose from clear ceramic braces or traditional metal.
Invisalign gives patients a metal-free, bracket-free option for straighter teeth. The Invisalign system is a virtually invisible and hygienic orthodontic treatment that uses an innovative approach to your straighten teeth.
Before and Afters
Thursday 24th May 2018
A beautiful smile has never been so easy
When people want a happier smile and a healthier mouth, why should they see a Specialist Orthodontist? Only an Orthodontist
Tuesday 20th March 2018
Does your child have breathing problems?
How can Orthodontics help? Children who don’t breathe properly can experience a range of problems from headaches and trouble sleeping,
Tuesday 19th September 2017
What Do Invisalign Braces Cost? Are They Worth It?
Invisalign is a revelation in orthodontics and it serves the purpose of re-aligning your teeth and jaw using removable clear
Wednesday 05th July 2017
How do I get my teeth straight without braces?
Orthodontic treatment has come a long way since the dawn of traditional metal braces, now contemporary orthodontic treatments are discreet
Sunday 04th June 2017
Early Orthodontic Treatment can help later in life
The Australian Society of Orthodontists recommends children should be examined by an orthodontist at around the age of seven Orthodontic
Thursday 18th May 2017
TEETH PROBLEMS TO WATCH FOR IN GROWING CHILDREN
A specialist orthodontist can spot subtle problems with jaw growth and emerging teeth in young children, even while some baby
Tuesday 18th April 2017
“I LIKE BRACES SO MUCH… “
The Australian Society of Orthodontists (ASO) recently conducted a study which shows that attitudes towards dental health has changed significantly.
Monday 06th March 2017
saacks orthodontics – treatment with a difference
At saacks orthodontics we ensure our patients are cared for the moment they walk through our door Visiting the dentist
Wednesday 01st February 2017
Why should we bother straightening teeth?
Leaving your teeth unaligned and uncared for can affect your overall bodily health. Some benefits to choosing an orthodontic treatment
Monday 02nd January 2017
The right time for an orthodontic check-up: no later than age 7
The Australian Society of Orthodontists recommend a child should be examined by an orthodontist at around the age of seven
Thursday 10th November 2016
Focus magazine Port Macquarie interview
Focus magazine Port Macquarie December 2015 issue – half page editorial Extract from the interview by focus magazine, Port Macquarie