Fully comprehensive Dentistry all under one roof, and less than a half-hour from Hobart, Tasmania.
Our team really enjoys treating children and we strive to make your children feel happy and comfortable at our practice. A child’s baby or primary teeth are of great importance. Baby teeth can help pave the way for secondary teeth, as well as enhance a child’s speaking ability and chewing function.
Dentists of Tasmania believe it is important that children have a smooth introduction to dentistry and we will do everything we can to create a positive experience for them.
Save $1000 on children’s dentistry with the Child Dental Benefits Schedule*
We are proud to provide the Child Dental Benefits Schedule for eligible families.
The benefits of this scheme include $1000 of basic dental services per child over two consecutive years.
These services include; General check-ups, X-rays, Cleaning, Fillings, Extractions, Fissure sealants.
*Bulk Billed, eligibility conditions apply. To see if you are eligible, please follow this link to the child dental benefits schedule.
Crowns and bridges are a great way to help restore broken, decaying, or stained teeth. They are long-lasting, durable solutions and a way to create a healthier, more aesthetic smile.
Traditional crown work takes days and we know how difficult it can be to schedule multiple dental appointments when you're busy. With advanced dental technology, Dentists of Tasmania provides fast, efficient treatment with our same-day crowns.
Have your crown placed in only one appointment. No more waiting around with a temporary crown, or coming in for multiple visits.
A dental implant is a screw-like anchor that is used as an artificial replacement for natural tooth roots. Dental implants can be used to replace a single tooth or several teeth or to support partial or full dentures. Implants and crowns remain inside the mouth and do not require adhesives to hold them in place.
Made of materials that are compatible with the human body, such as titanium, implants have been used for decades in upper and lower jaws. By attaching to the jawbone and gum tissue, they provide a stable base for artificial replacement teeth, such as dental crowns, bridges and dentures.
Dental Implants can be painlessly inserted either under local anaesthesia (in the dental chair) or under general anaesthesia (in the hospital, where the patient is asleep). In either case, excellent pain control prevents soreness and discomfort during the course of your treatment.
Once the implant has been inserted into the jawbone, you will need to allow the jaw to heal around the implant – a process called Osseo-integration (full integration with the bone) – for the next 3-6 months.
Our dental implant restorations look and feel so much like your natural teeth, they are barely distinguishable!
Feeling confident about your smile is important for self-esteem. We provide expertise in a range of treatments and processes, including:
Teeth whitening: Brighten your smile by restoring your teeth from yellow or stained to a natural white.
Gum reshaping: soft tissue around the mouth can be contoured to treat uneven gum lines and create an even smile.
Porcelain crowns and veneers: With a medical ceramic moulded for your mouth, we attached this to the tooth to conceal cracks and other blemishes.
Dental bonding: Tooth-coloured composite is applied to damaged or discoloured areas and shaped into a natural form.
Implants: We surgically insert artificial roots into your gum to support a prosthetic implant, replacing any gaps in the teeth and completing your smile.
Having dental treatment while you are asleep is known as Sleep Dentistry and may also be referred to as Dental Sedation, Sleep Sedation, and Sedation Dentistry.
This treatment involves sedation and general anaesthesia in a hospital setting, to induce sleep and reduces pain, awareness and recollection during dental procedures or oral surgery. This is a way to alleviate any fear, anxiety or discomfort that may often be associated with general and paediatric dentistry.
Extractions are performed to remove teeth that have become unsalvageable due to tooth decay, periodontal disease, or dental trauma, especially when they cause pain. Sometimes impacted wisdom teeth can cause recurring infections of the gums (pericoronitsis), and may need to be removed if other conservative treatments have failed (cleaning the tooth, antibiotics, and an operation called an extraction). Orthodontics is used to treat crowded teeth by extracting some of them.
We can perform extractions of baby teeth, and adult teeth including wisdom teeth.
If you need emergency dental services in Hobart, call us now on 6265 2009 to make an appointment or book online.
While we provide regular dental services and check-ups daily, we save appointment times for urgent procedures. Our expert dentists can schedule a short-notice visit to deal with anything that can’t wait until your next appointment.
Make sure to seek emergency dental care before it gets worse. It's important to stay on the safe side to avoid any long term complications. We can usually take care of you immediately for:
Broken crowns, fillings and implants: If anything in your mouth becomes damaged or dislodged it can cause cuts to soft tissue and acute pain.
Fractures and swelling: Not only do fractures cause intense pain, they need to be treated early to increase the tooth’s chance of survival.
Infections: What starts as a simple toothache can develop into a dental abscess, which poses health risks if left untreated.
It’s important to quickly treat persisting aches, pains or other issues to soothe current pain and prevent any further damage or require more expensive treatment.
If we can’t see you immediately, you’ll be placed as a high priority on our standby list so that we can fit you in as soon as possible.
A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain placed over the surface of a tooth.
Veneers can help improve the aesthetics of a person’s smile and protect their teeth from damage.
There are two main kinds of material used to make a veneer: composites and dental porcelain (also known as ceramic).
Dentures are artificial replacements for lost teeth. They enable us to replace multiple missing teeth, quickly and economically. Patients who suffer from missing teeth may think dentures are expensive and will be uncomfortable but we will ensure the correct fit and comfort of your dentures so you can have quality of life while wearing them.
People who have lost some or most of their teeth, whether through decay, an accident or illness, will benefit from denture therapy.
General dental care includes both maintenance and preventive care; including annual check-ups, cleaning and fluoride treatments, minor fillings and more. General care also includes major dental issues like; complicated fillings, tooth extractions, crowns, bridges, and orthodontics.
Orthodontics is the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of dental and facial irregularities to help correctly align your teeth, bites, and jaws, including straightening crooked teeth.
Orthodontics is a specialty that treats issues related to the alignment of teeth and the jaws to ensure you, your child, or your teen ends up with a healthy, beautiful smile.
Orthodontic treatments not only help a smile to look aesthetically better, but they can also provide much-needed alignment of your jaw. Proper alignment of the teeth and jaws prevents more extensive dental treatments later in life. Preventive orthodontics may also help prevent jaw surgery later in your life.
Orthodontics isn't just about straightening teeth; it's about providing the foundation for proper tooth and jaw support.
Keeping your teeth looking and feeling great is an important part of self-confidence and healthy hygiene. If you have any concerns about the appearance of your mouth, even if it’s clinically healthy, talk to Dentists of Tasmania to see what solution we can find for you as the leading provider of high-quality dental and cosmetic dental treatment.
We are an amalgam-free practice, and can remove old, broken or leaking fillings with a high quality but affordable tooth-coloured alternative.
One of the major disadvantages of ageing amalgam is it may cause healthy teeth to fracture which can lead to the loss of the tooth.
Amalgam has rapidly declined in popularity and can be aesthetically displeasing when compared with naturally coloured, easily applied substitutes.
At Dentists of Tasmania, we use modern CEREC technology tooth restoration which offers a modern, simple solution for many patients for a wide variety of reasons, including:
If you are experiencing toothaches, throbbing pains, tender spots when chewing or even, sensitivity to hot and cold foods, these can be signs that you may need a dental root canal.
Years ago, troublesome teeth like these would have been extracted. Today, you can prevent tooth loss by having a root canal done. Our dentists will advise you on the best course of action for your individual situation and give you options. If you're tempted to extract the tooth to save costs it's important to consider that tooth extraction may cause advanced shrinkage of gum tissue, changes to your facial structure, and cause your remaining teeth to shift – creating even further and more expensive problems for you. We will make sure you understand all your options and associated risks.
Root canal treatment consists mainly of removing the infected/inflamed nerve tissue from inside a tooth and placing medication into the tooth. Root canal treatments prevent future dental infections and reduce pain symptoms.
Once a root canal is complete, a crown may be required to protect the tooth structurally. This depends on each individual case.
The CEREC machine is faster and beautifully accurate. Using the CEREC machine, our dentists can create 3D digital images of a patient’s tooth.
We can then design your ceramic restoration, which will be highly accurate thanks to CEREC technology. Instead of waiting weeks for the material to come to and from a laboratory, your durable and natural-looking crown is created inside our Sorell practice.
At Dentists of Tasmania, we are proud to offer the latest in 3D printing technology. Our experienced team of dental professionals regularly invest in the best, most advanced 3D printing equipment available.
From implant dentistry to orthodontic appliances, 3D printing allows us to provide faster solutions with better accuracy. With this technology, we can create custom-fitted dental prostheses and models with a level of precision that couldn't be achieved through traditional methods. Not to mention getting a scan is far more comfortable for our patients than working with outdated moulding techniques.
3D printing also makes it easier for us to tailor treatments for individual needs. This is just another way we ensure our patients receive the highest quality care possible. As early adopters of 3D printing technology, we have seen the results for ourselves, this technology is revolutionizing the dental industry.
At Dentists of Tasmania, we have designed life-changing snore guards to help you and your partner sleep better.
Our anti-snore guards are custom-fitted to your mouth and are far more comfortable than anything else on the market. Using a scan and 3D printing technology, our snore guards are affordable and will be in your hands in just a few days.
Our snore guards are fitted to your lower jaw and open the airway. This design feature allows for small adjustments in the mouthguard to find a comfortable fit without compromising how well they perform.
Our patients report life-changing results- so for anyone suffering from sleep apnea or other sleep issues related to snoring, our design reduces snoring and improves breathing patterns. A safe and practical solution to help you get the restful sleep you deserve.
The EMS AIRFLOW Prophylaxis Master is cutting-edge cleaning technology that turns your dental visit into a relaxing experience.
Conventional ultrasonic methods use cold water, which can be painful and scraping noises that can induce anxiety. Imagine sitting back in the dental chair as gentle, controlled air and warm water streams clean your teeth. The EMS AIRFLOW uses gentle vibrations to effortlessly remove plaque and tartar buildup, while the ergonomic design ensures a painless and quiet experience.
With EMS AIRFLOW, there's no more pain, cold sensitivity, or scraping noises. Our priority is your comfort, and this innovative technology ensures that even the most sensitive patients can undergo a stress-free and enjoyable cleaning session