Services we Provide
- Dental Implants: If you are missing one or more teeth, a dental implant may be the ideal solution for you. A natural-looking permanent replacement tooth that can looks and feels just like your natural teeth. Here at the Smile Design Studio, we proudly offer a wide range of services designed to help patients with missing or damaged teeth get brand new, healthy smiles. Our team has decades of combined experience providing dental implants, bridges, and implant-supported dentures to patients across the Perth area.
- Orthodontics. Crooked and misaligned teeth can be addressed by our orthodontist. Maybe you wanted to have braces as a child and couldn’t afford it. Do you have a teen in desperate need of an orthodontic device? We have many orthodontic solutions including:
- Porcelain Veneers: If you want to have an awesome smile, veneers may be for you. They can correct gaps in your teeth, or teeth that are chipped, worn or discoloured. These super-thin porcelain veneers from Smile Design Studio provide a comfortable, great-looking solution.
- Teeth Whitening: This is a popular service for people who want to have a brighter whiter smile. We are able to lighten the shades of your teeth by up to 8 shades in about one hour. It is quite a safe procedure when carried out in our clinic.
- Treatment of headaches and TMJ: Temporomandibular Joint Disorder also known as TMJ, can cause pain in your jaw joint and in the muscles that control jaw movement. This means that the hinge connecting the upper and lower parts of your jaw is not working properly. You may be having issues moving your jaw down, forward, backward and side-to-side.
- Sedation / Sleep dentistry is suitable for people who are nervous about seeing the dentist or having a dental procedure. You might even fall asleep while our talented dental team works on restoring your smile.
Directions to Our Office
- Take Marmion St to Stirling Hwy/State Road 5
- Drive over the Fremantle Traffic Bridge for about 4km.
- Smile Designs Studio will be on the right opposite the Mosman Park tram stop.
General Information about Palmyra
Palmyra is a southwestern suburb of Perth, WA, in the city of Melville, which is in the state of Western Australia.
- Population (approx.): 6,000
- Geo coordinates: 32.049°S, 115.785°E
- Postcodes: 6957, 6157
- Local government area: City of Melville
- Federal Divisions: Fremantle
- State Electorates: Fremantle & Bicton
- Canning Highway
- Leach Highway
- Melville Senior High School
- John Curtin College of the Arts
- South Fremantle Senior High School
- Fremantle Grammar School
- Christian Brothers College, Fremantle
- North Lake Senior Campus
- University of Notre Dame Australia
Nearby Rail Stations
- Fremantle railway station
- North Fremantle railway station
- Success Harbour railway station
- The Esplanade railway station
- East Fremantle is 2 km to the north-west.
- Fremantle is 4 km to the west
- Bicton is 2 km to the north.
- Attadale is 3 km to the north-east.
- Kardinya is 3 km to the south-east.
- Winthrop is 4 km to the east.
- Booragoon is 4 km to the east.
- Mosman Park is 5 km to the north.
- Applecross is 5 km to the north-east.
- Mount Pleasant is 6 km to the east.
- Spearwood is 6 km to the south.
- Bibra Lake is 6 km to the south-east.
- Claremont is 7 km to the north.
- Yangebup is 8 km to the south.
- South Lake is 8 km to the south-east.
- Beeliar is 9 km to the south.
- Willetton is 9 km to the east.
Things to Do and See In Palmyra
- The East Fremantle Oval (near Moss Street and Tondarup Way), also known as “Shark Park”, is an Australian rules football ground.
- The Fremantle War Memorial (near Swanbourne Street and Blinco Street) is a war memorial situated on Monument Hill. It contains a large obelisk, (known as the “Fallen Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial”).
- Cantonment Hill, Fremantle (near Canning Highway and Queen Victoria Street) is a small hill controlled by the Department of Defence which has mainly been used for military purposes.
- The Army Museum of Western Australia (near Burt Street and Skinner Street) is a museum established in 1977 and is located in the historical artillery barracks.
- The HMAS Leeuwin (near Locke Crescent and Munro Street) was commissioned in 1940 as a naval depot for the Royal Australian Navy, and later used as a training facility.
- Emily Main Park (near Palin Street), and the George Thomson Park (McKimmie Rd) are two parks in Palmyra. There is also a Reserve bounded by McGregor Road, McManus Way, Hunter Crescent and Leach Highway.