Dental prosthetists are registered practitioners who work independently to provide complete and partial dentures and mouthguards to the public, they will also perform maintenance, repair, and reline services on removable dental prosthesis required by the patient or a referring dentist.

To become a dental prosthetist, you must have already trained as a dental technician.

Dental prosthetists work in commercial, public, and private dental laboratories or are self-employed as the owner of a denture clinic.

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Services will include:

  • Conducting assessments and taking impressions to create accurate moulds of a patient’s oral structures.
  • Designing and crafting full or partial dentures tailored to the individual’s needs.
  • Fitting and adjusting dentures to ensure proper function, comfort, and aesthetics.
  • Providing maintenance and repair services for existing dentures.
  • Collaborating with dentists and other healthcare professionals to coordinate comprehensive dental care.

Instruments likely to use:

Diagnostic kits, FF53, SP65, impression trays.

Note: Some prosthetists will use a probe on patients, some won’t.

Single Use Dental Instruments


Surgical Drape Kits


Clinical Consumables