Tasmanian Dental Prosthetics is a locally owned and operated denture clinic in New Norfolk.
Southern Tasmania's only female Dental Prosthetist, Jessica Swan has over 10 years experience and offers friendly, professional service and advice.
Believing that each and every person deserves to have their wants, needs and concerns listened to, Jessica will take all of these aspects into consideration when creating your false teeth or mouthguard, giving you a result of the highest quality.
'Smile With Confidence'
Whether you have no natural teeth, or only missing a few, Jessica will work with you to create a denture of the highest quality to give you a smile with the function and appearance you will be very happy with.
For the best possible protection of your teeth and jaw, a custom mouthguard is a must.
A large range of colours are available, along with multi-laminated options depending on what sport you play.
Jessica at Tasmanian Dental Prosthetics understands how busy life can get and offers appointment times outside of regular working hours to help accomodate your needs.
Health Fund Rebates
If you have private health insurance, Tasmanian Dental Prosthetics can process your claim at the time of your appointment.
Then means less running around for you and less out of pocket expenses.
Most dentures become loose after a period of time due to changes in the supporting bone of
your upper and lower jaws.
This can usually be fixed with a reline of your current denture in just one day.
Whether you've broken your denture in half, chipped a tooth off or just have a hairline fracture, most false teeth repairs can be done at our denture clinic in just a few hours or even whilst you wait.
If you are covered through the Department of Veterans Affairs, you are also more than welcome to make an appointment at Tasmanian Dental Prosthetics as your claim can be easily processed by us.
03 6261 1545
23a Burnett St
New Norfolk, TAS, 7140
Wednesday - Thursday 8.00am - 5.00pm
Fridays, After Hours and Weekend Appointments
Available Upon Request