InDental Practice
InDental Group

Dental Therapist


These are the range of procedures we can offer and which a Dental Therapist can carry out however your dentist will examine and indicate clearly in writing the course of treatment that the Dental Therapist is to carry out.


Currently a dental therapist can deliver local anaesthesia only from a prescription of the drug by a registered dentist.

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If there is a patient group directive in place a dental therapist may prescribe local anaesthesia in that particular dental setting.

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These are the range of procedures we can offer and which a Dental Therapist can carry out however your dentist will examine and indicate clearly in writing the course of treatment that the Dental Therapist is to carry out.

  • Treats patients under the prescription of a dentist
  • Intra and extra oral assessment
  • Record indices and monitor disease
  • Periodontal Treatment
  • Apply materials to teeth such as fluoride and fissure sealants
  • Take dental radiographs
  • Provide dental health education on a one to one basis or in a group situation
  • Routine restorations in both deciduous and permanent teeth, on adults and children, from Class 1-V cavity preparations.
  • Can use all materials except pre cast or pinned placements
  • Treats adults as well as children
  • Extract deciduous teeth under local infiltration analgesia
  • Pulp therapy treatment of deciduous teeth.
  • Placement of pre formed crowns on deciduous teeth.
  • Administration of Inferior Dental Nerve Block analgesia and Infiltration analgesia
  • Emergency temporary replacement of crowns and fillings.
  • Take impressions.
  • Treat patients under conscious sedation provided the dentist remains in the surgery throughout the treatment.