Jennifer Zabora

Dental Nurse

Jennifer is our experienced Dental Nurse whose positive attitude, friendly and reassuring approach assists in creating calm environment and helps our patients feel at ease.


Senior Dental Surgeon

Dr.Mehrdad Abolghassemi is our senior dentist. He t is a fellow of ICOI which is the most internationally recognized body of Implant dentistry however this will not prevent him from considering different other options rather than implant. Since each case needs to be individually assessed therefore, we always offer a free consultation so we can examine and offer you impartial advice at an honest price. Take your time and make an educated decision, our before and after images are real, they are not stock photos, real people great results, still in doubt? Give us a call we are more than happy to help you with an obligation free assessment.

Mr. Roman Kostenetsky

Dental Prosthetist

Roman started his career in the dental industry in 1997 as a dental technician and from 1998 managed his own dental laboratory. Since 2003 Roman’s laboratory has been providing services to over 20 Dental clinics around Victoria delivering high quality service according to Australian standards, providing local manufacturing. Roman’s passion to extend his knowledge and expertise and his commitment to make a difference for dental patients led to decision to completion of his Diploma at RMIT and become a dental prosthetist. Roman has always thrived to deliver highest quality aesthetic product to his clients.

Dr.Neda Saboori

Dental Surgeon

Dr .Neda is a general dental practitioner with over fifteen years of professional experience, Neda’s gentle and caring nature helps her patient's feel comfortable and relaxed, which is greatly appreciated by our youngest clients. Dr Neda clearly and carefully consults with patients to ensure they understand how to achieve optimum outcomes.

Mouth Guards

Mouth Guards Are you afraid of damaging your teeth because you play a sport?

Protective Mouth Guards

We frequently see examples of trauma that could have been prevented by taking basic precautions. If you or your child plan to enroll in a sport, it is a good idea to have a custom mouth guard made in our office. Mouth guards are designed specifically to prevent damage due to trauma from an activity or sport.

Custom mouth guards are smooth and comfortable to wear. Because they are designed just for you, they stay securely on your teeth and are easy to take in and out. That means they provide a lot more protection than the Elastoplast Mouthguard from local pharmacy. We believe the more comfortable we make your mouth guard, the more likely you are to wear it.

There are varying qualities of mouthguard materials. We use Pro-Form mouthguard laminated material providing added comfort and exceptional strength. Pro-Form material is regarded as one of, if not the best available. You can have any colour or combination of colours that are available at no extra cost.


Nightguards Do you clench or grind your teeth at night? At All32 Dental, we believe that prevention is the first step to excellent dental health. Part of that prevention includes offering nightguards and mouth guards to our patients to prevent unnecessary wear and trauma to your teeth. What Is Bruxism? Nightguards are designed for the specific purpose of treating night-time bruxism. Bruxism is the term used to describe excessive grinding or clenching of your teeth. While most of us experience bruxism to a certain degree at some point in our lives, unless a partner tells you that you are grinding your teeth, you may never realize it until your symptoms become problematic. What Are the Symptoms and Complications of Bruxism? Bruxism can cause numerous dental complications and conditions if not addressed. Bruxism can cause: • Worn or damaged teeth • TMJ disorders (jaw disorders) • Facial and neck pain • Periodontal (gum) disease • Headaches • Insomnia • Fatigue • Depression • Earaches • Tinnitus Do I really need to wear a night guard? If you are grinding your teeth at night – yes, you do. At All 32 Dental clinic, we believe in the value of preventative care, and night guards are one of the ways we can prevent you from damaging your teeth. Since you only get one set of permanent teeth, allowing them to be ground down is unwise. The discomfort you will suffer and the cost you will incur to repair your teeth is simply not worth skipping out on this easy, preventative measure. How Can a Nightguard Help? A nightguard provides a protective barrier between your upper and lower teeth. Because nightguards are made of acrylic, they are softer than your dental enamel and can help to prevent damage to your teeth from clenching or grinding at night by creating a buffer. At All32 Dental clinic, we make nightguards by taking impressions of your teeth and creating a model so that our dental lab can craft a custom nightguard just for you Your custom nightguard can also help to reduce your symptoms and promote a better night’s sleep.

Root Canal Treatment

At All 32 Dental, we regularly perform a root canal endodontic treatment in order to remove infections and save our patients' teeth. We can complete the procedure and work to keep patients comfortable. Root canals are a common procedure. If you live in the Noble Park, Keysborough or Dandenong area and are currently experiencing tooth pain, we invite you to call us 03 95585335 to schedule appointment.

• Why do most people need a root canal?

When a tooth becomes infected, that infection can spread into the centre of the tooth. This area is called the dental pulp. Inside of the dental pulp is the nerves, connective tissue, and blood vessels. All of the sensitive areas of the tooth are contained here. As such, when the area becomes infected it can be incredibly painful, requiring immediate treatment. We can perform a root canal quickly on people living in and around the Noble Park area.

•How does the treatment work?

A root canal endodontic procedure works by creating a small hole in the tooth so that all of the infected areas can be removed. The dental pulp is removed, and oftentimes so are the roots. You only need your tooth roots to feel sensations like hot and cold and for the tooth to grow in. Once it has fully matured, removing the roots will not directly harm the tooth. It can, however, prevent the further spread of infection so when it is necessary to remove the roots; we promptly do so. Once done, we will clean the area to ensure that the infection is gone. We will typically prescribe antibiotics, as well. This ensures that any lingering infection is eliminated. In order to complete the root canal, we will seal up the hole and area where the dental pulp used to be. This is typically done with something called gutta-percha. This is a rubber-like substance that can help to stabilize the tooth now that a portion is missing. We will then use a filling or crown in order to further strengthen and protect the damaged tooth. Both fillings and crowns can now be created in a tooth-colour. This means that regardless of where your infected tooth is located, a crown can be used, and it will blend in seamlessly with the surrounding teeth.

•Why should I have a root canal endodontics treatment?

You should schedule an appointment with us to discuss the health of your teeth, any problems that you may be having and what should be done to heal and protect the tooth. If it appears that a root canal is the best option, we will make this recommendation. If not, we will present a treatment solution that will solve your health issue. Overall, a root canal endodontics treatment is extremely effective for saving damaged teeth by removing any infection that may be there. This single treatment makes it possible for millions of teeth to be saved on an annual basis and once it is completed; eating and drinking becomes easy again.

•What are the advantages of this procedure?

In the past, many people would need to have their teeth pulled if they became severely infected or the dental pulp became inflamed. Now, those same teeth can be saved by performing a root canal. This is a far better option because it keeps the natural tooth in place. This is important for the shape of the face because as teeth fall out the muscles in the face can start to sag. While this is not particularly common with the loss of one tooth, it is when several become infected and fall out. By treating and saving an infected tooth, we are helping to preserve our patients' facial structure.

Another benefit is that once the root canal has been completed, and the filling or crown is in place; it is possible to eat like normal and without restrictions. Once the infection is gone, and the tooth is strengthened, it will behave like it used to. That makes it possible to bite down with normal force, chew, and maintain normal activities without worrying about the tooth. This helps our patients get back to return to their busy schedules.

A restored tooth will look completely natural if a tooth-coloured crown or filling is used to restore it. In fact, crowns can be created in the exact shade of the surrounding teeth so that it blends in perfectly. This way no one will know that you ever had a procedure completed. If, in fact, you had a root canal done previously, you may want to have the filling or crown around it replaced with today's version for an improved appearance.

Alternatively, if don't have a root canal endodontics procedure completed, the infected tooth will likely need to be pulled. This is essential for preventing the spread of infection. Once the tooth is removed it will need to be replaced. The options for doing so involve wearing a denture, getting a dental bridge or having dental implants installed. These are all viable solutions but take additional time, and the recovery period is longer since the procedures will take several steps. Therefore, one possible solution is for us to attempt to save your tooth by performing a root canal endodontics procedure. To learn more about this option call All 32 Dental Clinic at 03 95585335 and schedule an appointment.

Teeth Whitening

Professional Home Bleaching Kits

If you’re tired of hiding your teeth to flash your big, bright smile – you may want to consider one of our teeth whitening treatment. Our professional Home Bleaching Solution is recommended if you want to whiten your stained or discoloured teeth; at home and in your own time.

Home Bleaching is also perfect for maintaining your pearly whites at home following a laser teeth whitening procedure or other in-office whitening treatment.

Professional Home Bleaching Kits

These kits are professionally dispensed by a dentist in your dental clinic. It primarily involves taking an impression of your mouth to be able to fabricate a customized bleaching tray (or mouth-guard) that tightly but comfortably fits in your mouth. This provides the safest most effective whitening process because the bleaching gel that is placed on your custom-built tray is spread thoroughly and evenly applied to directly to your teeth while your gums are protected. Some trays may be worn overnight, while some may be worn for a couple of hours a day, depending on the whitening system used. Treatment continues until you are happy with the degree of tooth whitening achieved.

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers are built to repair teeth that are discoloured, worn-down, chipped or broken, misaligned or irregularly-shaped teeth. Dental Veneers provide natural teeth appearance that will not affect or irritate the gums. They are stain resistant, and can make dark teeth appear whiter. They offer a conservative approach to changing the teeth's colour and shape, meaning veneers do not require vigorous toot preparation as that for dental crowns and are stronger and more aesthetic than tooth fillings or dental bonding.

• Teeth that are discoloured which may have been a result from a root canal treatment, stained by excessive fluoride usage, or the presence of large resin fillings that discolour the teeth.

• Teeth that are worn down

• Teeth that are chipped or broken

• Teeth that are twisted, uneven, or irregularly shaped (for example, have craters or bulges in them)

• Teeth with gaps between them (to close the space between these teeth)

E.max® Porcelain Veneers

Emax Veneers are built as thin layers of porcelain in which they are bonded to the front surfaces of the teeth for esthetic and functional enhancement. They are made from Lithium Disilicate Glass Ceramic which is an extremely strong material. Besides outstanding aesthetics with their shade capacities, Emax Veneers are also capable to be pressed as thin as 0.3 mm so that you do not need to lose much of your teeth layers for preparation. They are designed to deliver a more durable but harmonious and natural-looking smile.

What are the Advantages of E.max® Veneers?

The main difference between traditional veneer designs and Emax Veneers is that they are made out of a special-treated ceramic, so that they can be pressed into very thin layers and still remain durable. They also feature higher-edge strength versus the feldspathic veneers, thus Emax Lithium Disilicate can be finished thinner without chipping (This is the edge of the veneers where they come into contact with other teeth, veneers, or crowns). Emax Veneers can withstand chips and fractures, as well as remaining resistant to stains; their width also makes them appear less bulky and perfect in proportion with the natural facial structure. As indicated earlier, Emax are minimal preparation veneers, as low viscosity of heat ingot enables pressing to very thin dimensions. The thinner the veneers, the less the preparation or drilling of the teeth and hence the stronger the bond between the teeth and the veneers. This is because with minimal reshaping of the tooth, the cementation is done in the tooth enamel, which features the best and strongest bond, in comparison with bonding on the inner layer of the tooth (dentine), which is exposed when more of the tooth is removed and drilled off. However, please note that this is the comparison between the Emax Lithium Disilicate porcelain veneers and other conventional porcelain veneers only, and the treatment plan in each client will still be individual as it's also related to the dental condition as well as the occlusion of your teeth.

In what conditions can E.max® Veneers be used?

Cosmetically, to improve the aesthetics and getting a white beautiful smile. In these cases usually the top eight teeth are veneered in the aesthetic or smile zone (i.e. the teeth that are visible when smiling). Uneven or malformed teeth, when teeth are poorly aligned or are not of correct morphology, the looks can be instantly improved by Emax veneers. However, the larger the misalignment the more tooth removal may be needed. Space closure/diastemas or chipped teeth - Emax veneers are an ideal choice to close single or multiple spaces. Where teeth are small and bulk need to be added to make teeth more expressive and visible. They can also be used to correct and rectify the chipped teeth. Discoloured teeth ; Not only the shape and design of the teeth can be changed and improved by Emax veneers but also the discoloration of the teeth can be masked and covered.

What are the procedures involved for E.max® Veneers?

As with any type of veneer, teeth, the facial profile and occlusion of the teeth (the way teeth come together and more over each other) has to be clinically assessed. Then based on above assessment and findings a design for the veneers are chosen from a possible list of different designs. This is followed by trial smile which is reproducing the chosen design on the model of teeth in wax. At this stage also any tooth removal/preparation if needed is assessed and shown to patient. After this stage has been completed, a mould of your teeth will be taken and then sent away to our ceramists to build a set of veneers to your exact specifications. When your veneers are ready, you can return to the clinic to have them permanently cemented in place, using very strong resin cements.

Composite Fillings


Tooth-colored fillings were created as an alternative to traditional metal dental fillings. Tooth fillings colored to look like a natural tooth are known as Composite Resin Dental Fillings and are made of a plastic dental resin combined with porcelain and glass particles. These types of fillings are, durable and are way more natural looking than amalgam fillings. If you have a cavity in a tooth or broken fillings or if your teeth are full of mercury fillings, or amalgam fillings you may want to ask your dentist about changing to Tooth-colored fillings. Mercury fillings or amalgam fillings can easily be removed and replaced with far more attractive colored fillings. Research shows that composite fillings actually strengthen your tooth and further protect it from decay. Tooth-colored fillings are a safer and more attractive alternative to older silver amalgam fillings. By precisely matching tooth-colored composite fillings with the natural color of your teeth, a skilled cosmetic dentist is able to provide you with white fillings that are virtually invisible. The removal of amalgam fillings can provide patients with white fillings that provide a more pleasing, silver-free smile.

The most popular kind of 'white filling' is called a Composite filling. It is made up of a composite quartz resin (glass and porcelain) and usually contains some sort of light sensitive agent that is used during curing. They are an attractive, durable alternative to silver (amalgam) fillings. In the past, white fillings were placed only on front teeth, but recently these composite materials have been specifically designed to be able to survive the pressure of grinding when you chew. These light cured composites are best looking and in most cases they can be inserted in one appointment.

Quality standards

We are producing dental services in accordance with quality standards of Australian Dental Association.

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