Dentists of Tasmania’s free smile makeovers

2 August 2022|Advertisement, Community News, Dental Health| Off Comments off on Dentists of Tasmania’s free smile makeovers|

FAMILY business Dentists of Tasmania is your big city dentist just next door, offering a full range of services for everyone including dental implants, dentures, orthodontics, children’s dentistry and cosmetic dentistry, just to name a few.

Dr Roger Puckridge and his wife Geraldine have been serving the Sorell community for more than 25 years, meaning locals don’t have to travel to Hobart for the latest in dental treatments, technology and comfort.

An early adopter of modern technological advances, Dentists of Tasmania is not your typical small-town dentist.

We have the most up-to-date equipment and knowledge of all the procedures which maximise your comfort, safety and the speed and effectiveness of your procedures.

Mastering the emerging technology has added an exciting new dimension to Dr Puckridge’s skills, which he believes has contributed to the enthusiasm he has for the work.

“In the past five years, I’ve gone through this amazing transformation as a dentist,” he said.

“I love going to work and most of my colleagues don’t.

“For me, it’s just about being confident, having the gift of the gab, and being trustworthy. And I like to treat patients as if they were a member of my family.”

This year, Dentists of Tasmania is giving back to the community by giving away $2000 worth of free dentistry each month to deserving people in the community to say thanks for their support.

So far, six lucky community members have benefited from smile makeovers.

“Lots of people are doing it hard after COVID and can’t afford to get the dental work done that they need,” Dr Puckridge said.

“There are lots of deserving people out there and we wanted to give back to the community as a way of saying thank you.”

With five dentists working at the surgery – Dr Puckridge, Dr Megan Von Keyserlingk, Dr Adib Kashani, Dr Sahba Kashani and Dr Prabin Baral – Dentists of Tasmania always welcomes new patients and has staff able to assist in languages including Mandarin, Nepalese, Hindi, Punjabi and Farsi.

To make a booking, phone 6265 2009 or go to the new website, which features lots of before-and-after photos and a full list of available procedures and indicative costs.

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