At Bondi Dental Lifeline, we believe in investing in the world's most advanced technology. Not only this makes our procedures easier, but also makes your experience more pleasant and most importantly the final result better.

Our dental tools and equipment include a range of high-tech components, providing you with the best in progressive technology, for your optimum oral care.


Digital Radiography

Digital radiography allows us to see your X-rays instantly and more accurately on our computer screen which are easier to explain to our patients. Digital X-rays also mean you only receive less than a quarter of the radiation dose of standard X-rays and better record keeping

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Dental Lasers

As scientific studies are confirmed, lasers may be good alternative to the traditional drill, as anaesthetic is not needed as often. Lasers are more precise and can reduce symptoms associated with traditional therapies, enhancing healing.

These lasers do their job much better than older, more conventional methods and are much, much gentler on the oral tissues they leave behind.

Intra Oral Camera

The intraoral camera is a highly advanced piece of diagnostic equipment that allows you to see what we see inside your mouth on an overhead monitor. This enables us to show and explain in more detail exactly what needs to be done to resolve any dental problem, such as worn or broken fillings, cracked teeth, plaque deposits, cavities next to fillings and excessive wear

The intra-oral camera handpiece has a built-in light source, and tiny video camera with 25 times magnification, allowing you to be an active participant in your dental treatment, so you can make treatment decisions with confidence.

Diagnodent (Germany)

Reliable, Accurate Caries Detection Aid

More and more patients place value on healthy and attractive teeth. In order to maintain them, the earliest possible care is essential. DIAGNOdent aids in the detection of caries. Even very small lesions and incipient caries can be detected, enabling you to protect and preserve the tooth substance.

Automated Root Canal Therapy

Although using a manual file will still clean out the root canals thoroughly, most dentists and patients prefer rotary endodontics. In fact, it was largely the loud grinding of manual files that gave root canal therapy the reputation of being a “scary” or “undesirable” procedure. With rotary endodontics, patients feel much more comfortable during the treatment and barely notice the whirring of the tools.

  • The nickel titanium cleans out the root canal much more smoothly and consistently.
  • Rotary endodontic procedures are more reliable with less chance of complications.
  • Rotary tools make the root canal procedure much faster.
  • The electric tools are much quieter and smoother, without the loud grinding that accompanies manual files.
  • The fast treatment time, in conjunction with quieter instruments, make for a much more comfortable and less frightening experience for patients.

Ozone Dental Therapy

Ozone gas also demonstrably helps in the treatment of surface caries, promotes wound healing and epithelization and supports professional prophylaxis.

Ozone gas is a highly effective surface disinfectant for instruments, implants and prostheses. Due to the spontaneous and catalyzed breakdown of the molecule, it is suitable for use in the mouth during surgical interventions; the positive biophysical properties mean that it promotes wound healing and epithelization and reinforces the natural antiradical principles of cells (by means of enzyme induction).

Ozone gas can also support professional prophylaxis. In part 2 of this series, the application will be presented in a severe case of Parodontitis marginalis in the frontal region of the upper jaw, which it was possible to clinically significantly improve by repeated application of ozone gas (Prozone). Ozone gas also demonstrably helps in the treatment of surface caries (fissure, occlusal and root caries). Initial results indicate that ozone may also be used in the treatment of periimplantitis and endodontal infections. It is more biocompatible and less cytotoxic than sodium hypochlorite.