The latest in minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry


SlimSmile is the latest in minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry, offering prepless veneers as thin as 0.2mm. 


Cosmetic dentistry is increasingly popular among consumers. However, the cost, time, and painful procedures involved in traditional cosmetic dentistry can be a major barrier to consumers going ahead with treatment. This is where SlimSmile is different.


Prepless digital veneer

Ultra-thin dental veneer, as thin as 0.2mm

Addresses a wide range of smile complaints

Digital technology every step of the way

Flexural strength of 400mpa

The latest in minimally invasive cosmetic dentistry

Delivering new smiles in as little as 2 patient visits

All ceramic material for high quality aesthetics

SlimSmile veneers are made ultra-thin and designed to be bonded to your patients' teeth, meaning no time-consuming and potentially painful tooth preparations are required – this also means there is no need for you to temporise the teeth between impressions and bonding the final SlimSmile veneers! 


SlimSmile is simply bonded over the patient’s existing teeth, delivering a beautiful new smile in as little as two short visits! 


That's a lot for both you and your patients to smile about!

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No preparation required

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No pain

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No long dental appointments

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No temporisation required

Frequently asked questions

Getting started

Can I send PVS or alginate impressions?

Yes! You sure can. Each time you submit a case on our provider portal and select 'Impressions' our system will automatically generate a packing slip which you'll print and include with the impressions, the system will also book the courier saving you a phone call. We should also mention that with alginates, our courier service is an overnight service so it is advisable to pack you alignates in a zip lock bag with some damp tissue to reduce the risk of the alginate distorting during transport. Finally, remember that all pickups made on a Friday which contain aginates won't be received until Monday. It would be best practice to pour these ones up prior to sending them to us.

Sending stone models

We love smashing records, but smashed dental records are no good! If you're sending us stone models, ensure they're packed with a sensable amount of bubble wrap – tissues and newspaper won't work.


Our pricing is available after signing up for a free account HERE. Once you've set up your free account you'll find a copy of our current price list in the footer along with a copy of our current terms and conditions. All of our pricing includes any related shipping and tax.

How do I get started?

Getting started with Cyberdent is easy. You'll need to sign up for an account by clicking HERE, it's free to sign up and you'll be able to start submitting cases in as little as 5 minutes. If you're sending PVS impressions, the system will automatically generate a packing slip and book the courier automatically for you for each case. This means there is no need for you to call us each time you need a pick up. If you're using an intraoral or lab scanner, you'll be able to directly upload your scans to your patient's case on the portal.

Submitting a case

How to send a case

Sending a case is easy and it's 100% online! Check out our how-to video below. We've also listed it out step-by-step incase you'd like to print the instructions. Step-by-step instructions

  1. Log in or set up your account HERE
2. Click 'Submit a new case'. If you have partially submitted Rx's they'll also appear for completion or deletion. 3. Select the provider and delivery address, this will show your default provider and default address, so rember to change them if you have more than one provider or address. 4. Enter you patients' name, sex and birthdate. 5. Select teeth/arch and restoration(s) and enter you instructions or upload drawings or sketches. 5. Select Impressions, Scans or Trios as your source of records. 5a. If you're sending impressions, let us know when the'll be ready to pick up and print your packing slip which must be included with your impressions. The system will automatically schedule a courier. There is no need to contact us to arrange a pickup. 5b. If you're sending us Digital Impressions you can upload your *.STL files after selecting 'Scans' 5c. If you're sending us Trios scans, select Trios and we'll know to look in our inbox. Remember, we'll only maufacture your case using the instructions provided via 6. Click next and the system will assign a case number which will help you track your case throughout manufacture and shipping.

Lab pickup

Each time you submit a case online for PVS impressions, you'll be given a PDF packing slip and the option of selecting a courier to come now or select an approximate time in the coming days. Once you've selected the pickup time and packed up your case with the packing slip, the courier will be automatically dispatched to your practice per your requested pickup time. The best thing is there is no need to call us!

'Exporting' scans from Trios

After submitting your RX at and selecting 'Trios scans' from the materials menu, you'll need to send us your scans via Trios. You can select whatever restoration you like when setting up the case on Trios as we'll only rely on the RX submitted at If you're a first time user of our laboratory, you'll need to add our laboratory to your list of labs using the email address and then call us at 1300 789 368.

Sending cases by STL

Sending cases by STL is as easy as sending them as analogue impressions. When you submit your case at, you'll be asked in the final step 'how you'll send your records'. When you select 'Scans', a window will pop-out where you'll upload the upper and lower arches and click submit – It's that easy

Exporting scans from Medit

Firstly go to Settings > Set Export Option > Always ask you each time you export. By doing this, you'll be able to select the file format of your models (we'll need STL. OBJ & PLY won't work) After submitting your RX at and selecting 'Scans' from the materials menu, you'll need to drag and drop your scan files STL by using the Export feature. 1. On your scanner software, go to Case Box. 2. Select the case with the scan files that you wish to export. 3. Click the Export button shown below as a box with an arrow. 4. Drag and drop your exported STL files into our case submission portal.

Exporting scans from CEREC

We don't acceopt scans via Cerec-Connect portal, however, we do accept scans exported from the Open Scan STL versions listed below. The Open Scan STL license must be activated on the License Drive which is plugged into the unit for the feature to work. You will need to contact Densply Sirona to confirm if you have this licence or to purchase this licence.

  • CEREC 4.5 and higher
  • Sirona Connect 4.5 and higher
  • Ortho 1.2 and higher
After submitting your RX at and selecting 'Scans' from the materials menu, you'll need to drag and drop your scan files STL by using the Export feature on your CEREC software.
  1. On your scanner software, go to upper left corner of the screen and select Export.
  2. Select the location where you'd like to save the scans.
  3. Use the drop down box to select STL from the list. Other file types will not work.
  4. Rename the file to patient first initial and last name of the patient e.g Michael Scott becomes MScott.
  5. Click Save.
  6. Drag and drop your exported STL files into our case submission portal.

Reviewing designs

Reviewing your designs before manufacture

Communication is key to sucessful medical device manufacture. At Cyberdent we ensure all communications are tracked and manged in a timely manner via the our case portal. If we have a question for you regarding a case, we'll send you an email with a link to your patients case with the question from the technician and a field for you to reply or add photos, drawings or files. If you have additional information you'd like to add to a case, you can log into your account at any time and click 'Send message' on your patient's case and communicate directly with the tecnician assigned to the case. Before we go to production, we'll send you a digital sample of how the finished veneers will look, If you have any changes, we can make them here.


How to bond SlimSmile

After you’ve removed the temporary veneer. Remove any leftover temporary cement with a polishing brush and fluoride-free cleaning paste then dry the tooth surface with dry compressed air. Next, you’ll want to try in your new restoration to confirm the shade, fit and occlusion. You can do this using Variolink aesthetic Try-In paste.

When you’re done, thoroughly rinse the restoration with water and dry with compressed air.

Now that you’re ready to bond your new veneer. Apply Monobond Etch & Prime on the adhesive surface using a microbrush and agitate it into the surface for 20 seconds. Allowing it to react for a further 40 seconds.

Thoroughly rinse off the Monobond Etch & Prime with water and dry the restoration with compressed air for approximately 10 seconds.

Next, install a rubber dam to provide a dry working field, then clean the teeth with fluoride-free paste, rinse with water, and dry with compressed air. You’re going to want to avoid over-drying the teeth.

Now apply Total Etch to the prepared tooth surface. Leaving the phosphoric acid to react for 15–30 seconds on enamel and for 10–15 seconds on any exposed dentin.

Rinse thoroughly with water for at least 5 seconds and dry with compressed air until the etched enamel surfaces appear chalky white.

Next, coat the tooth surface with Adhese Universal. The adhesive must be scrubbed into the surface for at least 20 seconds.

Disperse the Adhese Universal with compressed air until you get a glossy, immobile layer.

Next, you’ll need to light-cure the Adhese Universal for 10 seconds before applying Variolink Esthetic LC with the applicator tip directly to the internal surface of the restoration.

Now seat the veneer and hold it in place using a light, yet constant pressure.

Light-cure excess material around the cement line for 2 seconds at a distance of 10 – 15 mm and remove the excess material with a scaler.

Before the final curing, you’ll need to cover the restoration margins with Liquid Strip or glycerine immediately after excess removal to prevent oxygen inhibition.

Light-cure the cement for at least 10 seconds per mm thickness, per segment.

Rinse off the L iquid Strip or glycerine and remove the rubber dam.

Adjusting the proximal areas is easy using ContacEZ polishing strips, you can then polish the restoration margins.

Finally, apply a thin film of fluoride polish and dry with compressed air.

1300 789 368

F47 2 Slough Avenue Silverwater NSW 2128