location1 Church Street, Wyong NSW 2259



A denture is a removable appliance that replaces missing teeth.

There are two types of dentures that we recommend to our patients, based on their specific needs:

  1. Partial dentures are designed to fit around existing natural teeth and can improve speaking, chewing and appearance. They can be made out of plastic (acrylic) or metal (cobalt-chrome).
  2. Complete dentures are intended to replace all teeth on one jaw.

Alternatives to dentures can include dental implants and bridges. Sometimes, dentures can be constructed to work in harmony with specially placed dental implants.

At Church St Dental, we collaborate with the best dental laboratory to ensure our clients receive the best full or partial dentures possible. Our services include both making new dentures and repairing or adding to existing dentures. In addition, many denture services can be done on-site, meaning that our patients can have their work completed more quickly.

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We provide extensive orthodontics, cosmetic and general dental treatment for the Church St Dental and Central Coast Community.

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Our Practice Is Driven By One Simple Thing, Our Values.

At Church St Dental, we believe that the best treatment can only be achieve with the most up-to- date technology. We are a forward moving practice and go the extra mile to use to use the latest technology and materials for the benefit of our patients, including

  • Digital x-rays that allow for x-rays with the lowest achievable radiation dose
  • On-site x-ray machine (OPG machine) for assessment of wisdom teeth
  • Pain-free electronic anaesthetic delivery with the Wand anaesthetic system

Dentistry is a constantly-evolving industry and we are committed to keeping up-to-date with the latest developments through continuous further education and training to ensure our patients receive the most comprehensive and advanced care.

Our aim We go the extra mile to make patients feel at ease

Our dental surgeries are equipped with ceiling-mounted TVs, so you can zone out and watch your favourite Netflix show during your dental treatment. We also believe that keeping patients waiting creates stress and anxiety, so we very rarely run late, which means that, as nice as our patient lounge is, chances are you won’t be spending very long there.