Experts in restoring and replacing teeth.

Missing or damaged teeth can significantly affect the way your mouth works impairing masticatory function (eating), speech, facial structures and surrounding soft tissues. Restoring dental appearance and function, prosthodontics is a specialist field of dentistry concerned with the restoration or replacement of missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues.

With unparalleled training and experience, general dentists and other specialists often refer and work closely with a prosthodontist to provide treatment in complex restorative cases, or where you are seeking the best possible outcome with specialist care.

A prosthodontist is a qualified dentist who has completed a further three years training in an accredited prosthodontic graduate program. They are highly trained and appropriately cater for your restorative needs with a wide-range of removable and fixed treatment options. That includes dental implants, crowns, bridges, dentures, veneers and jaw disorders.

What to Expect


Depending on the complexity of your proposed prosthodontic treatment, your prosthodontist may require 2 to 3 appointments to prepare a plan of care, ensure comprehension and eventual consent to the plan. Further appointments may be required for more complex treatment.

At your initial consultation, your prosthodontist will complete a comprehensive examination, possibly taking radiographs, study models of your teeth, photographs and additional tests, before broadly explaining the diagnosis and available treatment options.

At a follow up appointment, you will have the opportunity to discuss your treatment plan at length.

A referral is not essential to seek a consultation with a prosthodontist.

Appointment Duration

Your first consultation will take approximately 30 minutes, whilst treatment appointments will usually take approximately 60 to 90 minutes. Review appointments are approximately 15 minutes.

Fees & Private Health

Prior to treatment commencing, you will receive an estimate of fees and available payment options for your proposed treatment. Fees will vary widely depending on your individual treatment plan and will be discussed with you in detail.

Patients with private health insurance may be entitled to rebates on the cost of treatment, depending on the type of policy and the level of cover held.


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