• Location41 Glenlyon Road, Brunswick, Victoria - 3056
  • WheelchairWheelchair Accessible
  • ParkingFree Parking Available
  • TransportPublic Transport Right In The Front
How do I book an appointment?

Simply send us message using the contact form on our website or give us a call on (03) 9388 8915

What are Brunswick Family Denture Care’s Business Hours?

Monday – Friday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Saturday: By Appointment
Sunday: Closed

Do I need new dentures?

Are your dentures loose?
Have the cusps worn down on your dentures?
Do you experience jaw pain?
Does your face appear sunken?
Do you have creases in your lips, or wet in the corners of your mouth?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above please give our team at Brunswick Family Dental Care a call so we can organize an appointment to see one of our denture professionals.

What is a Dental Prosthetist?

A Dental Prosthetist is an oral care professional that has completed extensive training to construct, fit, manufacture and give aftercare service for dentures, partial dentures, and mouthguards directly to the public, so there is no need for a Dentist referral. When you put yourself in the care of a Dental Prosthetist you can be secure in the knowledge that you are being looked after by a health professional with the most comprehensive knowledge of advanced techniques, new materials, and the latest world trends in the field of denture prosthetics. When selecting your Dental Prosthetist ensure they are registered with the Dental Board of Australia.

Who makes my denture?

Dental Prosthetist Paul Fagliarone together with Dental Prosthetist Daniel Fagliarone will personally construct your denture. With over 30 years experience and a myriad of qualifications combined, your denture is constructed by ‘the best in the business’. Unlike many other clinics, all our dentures are made in Australia.

How much will my new dentures cost me?

To obtain a cost for your new denture please phone (03) 9388 8915 or email us and we will give you a quote based on your personal denture requirements. The team at Brunswick Family Dental Care recommend you book an appointment so our professional Dental Prosthetist will be able to give you an exact cost for your specific denture needs.

How often should I be seeing a dentist or having a denture check?

People with very little risk of cavities or gum disease can do fine seeing their dentist every 6-12 months. It's highly recommended to see a dentist for a scale and clean every 6 months. People with a high risk of dental disease might need to visit every three or four months or more. This high-risk group includes individuals who are frequent smokers.

While the Brunswick Family Dental Care staff will create a custom-fitted set of dentures that are made to suit your smile, even these will come loose over time. This is purely due to the fact that our gum tissue shrinks and changes over time, meaning that a set of dentures you had fitted 5 years ago might not suit you today.

It might not appear to be a major issue, but even the slightest movement in your dentures can impact the strength of your bite and can compromise the health of the surrounding teeth and gums in the long run.

A regular check-up with our friendly dental practitioners will help to ensure that your teeth and gums stay happy and healthy and that your smile is always complete, straight and shining. These regular visits also allow our staff to detect any signs of infection or inflammation before they become a painful and costly issue for you.

How often should I be seeing a dentist or having a denture check?

* We accept cash, checks, VISA, Mastercard, and American Express.

* Private health insurance claiming is also done on the spot with our handy HICAPS terminal.

* Medicare bulk billing for any child who is eligible for the “Child Dental Benefit Scheme”. Ages 3-17.

* Department of Veterans affairs payment

* State Trustee

* Victorian Denture Scheme Voucher

* Victoria Emergency Dental ????? (ill find the right name for this)

  • Adpa
  • Ada
  • Aos
  • Medicare
  • Aus Gov
  • Hicaps
  • Bupa
  • Nib
  • Medibank