Complete Upper & Lower Dentures

Dentures that replace the teeth of a completely toothless upper and lower jaws.

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Complete Upper & Partial Lower Dentures

Dentures that replace the teeth of a completely toothless upper jaw and a partially toothless lower jaw.

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Complete Upper or Complete Lower Dentures

A Denture that replaces the lost teeth of a completely toothless upper or lower jaw.

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Partial Upper or Partial Lower Dentures

A Denture that replaces the lost teeth of a partially toothless upper or lower jaw.

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Denture Relines, Repairs and Additions

A denture reline is the process of replacing the old fitting surface of a denture with the new fitting surface of a denture The process of replacing broken teeth or repairing a broken denture base of a denture. The process of adding artificial teeth to an existing denture after the loss of natural teeth.

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Custom Fitted, Protective Mouthguards

A plastic cushioning device, custom fitted by a Dental Prosthetist to fit around natural teeth to help protect the teeth from damage due to sudden impact.

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What is a Dental Prosthetist?

Dental Prosthetists are qualified professionals who specialise in their field. By direct consultation, your Dental Prosthetist will construct and fit dentures or sporting mouthguards as well as maintain, repair and reline the dentures as required. Your Dental Prosthetist will personally consult, advise and assist patients in all relevant aspects of their treatment, and where necessary, provide a referral

To consult a Dental Prosthetist, patients do NOT require to provide a referral. Patients in need of a complete upper or lower denture (where all teeth are missing) can visit any Dental Prosthetists, however if patients require a partial denture (where all teeth are not missing) then the patient will have to choose an appropriate Dental Prosthetist as not all have the correct additional training and qualification required.

Australian Dental Prosthetist Association is the State professional body and as such, sets and monitors the standards and conduct of the profession. All Dental Prosthetists belonging to the Association abide by a Code of Ethics which ensures that all patients are safeguarded in every possible way.

When you put yourself in the care of a Dental Prosthetist you can rest easy that you are being looked after by a health provider with the most comprehensive knowledge of advanced techniques, new materials and the latest trends in the field of Denture Prosthetics.

Every Dental Prosthetist is licensed to practise by Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency. ...The Dental Board AHPRA

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