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    Dr Stewart carefully crafts your Invisalign® smile plan using a series of custom-made clear aligners that she designs for you and only you. From mild to complex crowding, your teeth straightening journey is as unique as you are.



    Taking a holistic approach to your child’s orthodontic treatment, we look at the whole face, not just teeth. Early intervention guides the growth of your child’s lower face, providing the best platform for their bigger future adult teeth to come through.



    Whilst being known for her academic excellence in the Orthodontic field, patients especially love Dr Trudy Stewart’s caring nature and also her personalised approach to their treatment.

    Why people prefer Noranda Orthodontics


    Your teeth straightening journey will be personally overseen with specialist hands and specialist eyes


    We’ll only see you about 10 minutes every 8 weeks, plus there’s free parking right out the front!


    We will provide you with all of your treatment options from braces to Invisalign to jaw surgery


    We don’t comprise on the quality of our orthodontic products. We only use proven brands


    Affordable options with interest free financing, flexible deposits and no hidden fees or extras

    Perfectly Precise Planning

    Dr Stewart precisely plans your new smile using state of the art technology.

    Your Family Perth Orthodontist since 1999

    Established in 1999, Noranda Orthodontics is one of Perth’s longest standing Orthodontic practices, trusted with creating thousands of amazing new smiles over the years.

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    The Role of Orthodontics in Treating Impacted Teeth

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    Impacted teeth present a unique challenge in the field of orthodontics. These teeth, which fail to erupt properly into the dental arch within the…

    Invisalign patient

    Does Invisalign Hurt?

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    Starting any orthodontic treatment often comes with concerns about potential discomfort. A common question on the minds of many patients at Noranda Orthodontics is…

    dog with an underbite

    Braces and How They Can Help An Underbite

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    Now that we’ve got your attention with our cheeky doggy photo, let’s chat about underbites! An underbite is a dental misalignment where the lower…

    Dr Trudy Stewart Holding Orthodontic Retainers


    Even those who have orthodontic treatment find their teeth want to move afterwards. It takes time for the bone and gums to settle after treatment is finished. That’s why we include your retainers in your treatment plan.


    Here are answers to some of the questions we hear most from our patients:

    You do not need a referral to see an orthodontist and appointments can be made directly with an orthodontist of your choice. Always check your orthodontist is registered with the Australian Society of Orthodontics (ASO) before making a booking.

    Of course! It’s important to stay fit and healthy throughout your treatment, but we recommend the use of a mouthguard for certain sports i.e contact sports, sports involving the use of a ball, and high risk sports such as skiing. Similarly to a normal mouthguard, a specialist brace mouthguard can be used to protect your teeth and braces from injury or breakages when you play sport.

    The answer is yes, but there may be a period of adjustment that comes with learning to use an instrument with braces if it involves direct contact with the mouth when being played. The more practise you have using your instrument with braces, the quicker you will learn to adapt.

    Most patients do not notice a significant difference in their speech when they have orthodontic treatment. However, it can take a short period of time to get used to the feeling of having metal braces or clear aligners in your mouth.

    When braces are originally applied to the teeth the process shouldn’t be painful. However, throughout the treatment you might experience some minor discomfort or soreness as your teeth slowly adjust to their new position in your mouth.

    Treatment times vary depending on the individual patient and the level of treatment required, however, on average the treatment period can be anything between 6 and 24 months for braces and clear aligners.

    Most orthodontists recommend children should see an orthodontist from the age of 7. At Noranda Orthodontics we take a holistic approach to orthodontic treatment so will not only look at your child’s teeth but also check their jaw is in the correct position. We will only recommend treatment to begin when your child’s teeth are ready.

    Orthodontic treatment is usually covered if you have added it as an extra to your private health insurance. If this is the case, you will need to check the individual insurance provider’s policy to find out how much they will reimburse you for your treatment. The item number for full fixed braces is 881 and the item number for upper and lower clear aligners is 825 x 2.

    With metal braces you will need to see your orthodontist every 6-8 weeks so that we can carefully monitor the progress of your teeth. At appointments we will then make adjustments to your braces such as changing the wire. For clear aligners, we still like to keep a close eye on your treatment personally so that we can ensure everything is on track and answer any questions you may have. We need to see you a little less often with clear aligners compared to braces, usually around every 8 to 10 weeks.