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Australian dental treatment brand Byte hosted media at Shell House in Brookfield Place, Sydney, for an intimate lunch to celebrate the launch of their new invisible aligners. 

The rooftop event space was adorned in beautiful red roses and white dahlias, and guests were greeted with glasses of champagne and plenty of canapes to go around. 

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Red and white flowers featured to match Byte’s branding

Guests were also treated to a four-course meal to and a goodie bag. The bags were filled with the Byte at-home whitening kit with an LED accelerator light, a silk sleep mask, and three of Baxter Blue’s wellbeing products.

Several of Byte’s executives were present at the event and took guests through the process of using their product: the first step of which is ordering an impression kit.

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PB’s Shania O’Brien (left) joined guests for the launch

The impression kits are delivered to the customer’s home address and contain simple instructions for them to gather their teeth’s imprints and ship them back to Byte’s dentists. The impressions are used to design personalised treatment plans by dentists which are then offered to clients.

The treatment also includes several perks: the first set of retainers and premium whitening treatment is free, the aligners are clear plastic which makes them extremely discrete, and the brand guarantees free treatment if a customer’s smile moves out of alignment after you’ve completed the entire treatment as well as post-treatment requirements like wearing a retainer.

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Guests enjoyed presentations from the Byte team

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