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Gmail and Hotmail Accounts

        For the past few years, our clinic has had a great deal of difficulty responding to people that contact us with Gmail and Hotmail email addresses. Additionally, people that do not provide phone numbers with urgent requests for appointments and care are regularly leaving us no option to contact them. These two email accounts Gmail and Hotmail regularly and automatically place legitimate emails in to spam …Read More

Hobart Orofacial Pain and Special Needs Clinic Update July 2020

Dr Tony Eldridge returned to the Army full time in Jan 2019 as a General Service Officer in the Civil Military Cooperation Group of the 2nd Division. As a result, he is regularly deployed or interstate on courses, exercises, attending planning groups, or other related ADF activities. Recent deployments have included participating in the ADF response to the Floods in QLD, Bushfires in NSW and COVID taskforce in TAS, ACT, …Read More

Clinic Closure Notice

Please be advised that the Hobart Orofacial Pain and Special Needs Clinic, 9 Warneford Street and 15 Victoria Street Hobart is now closed from 1st Sept 2016 until further notice. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Dr Eldridge will continue to practice seeing both new and existing patients for the following procedures at locations: Mouthworks Speech Pathology Lindisfarne GP Super Clinic 30 Lincoln Street, Lindisfarne Ph 03 6218 …Read More

The Child Dental Benefits Schedule

The Child Dental Benefits Schedule is a Federal Government scheme aimed to provide all eligible children aged 2 – 17 years with basic dental services.  It will commence on 1 January 2014 and will provide access to capped benefits of $1000 over 2 years for eligible children and it will replace the existing Medicare Teen Dental Plan. The scheme will have a means test, which requires receipt of Family Tax …Read More

Dental Treatment at Aged Care Facilities

We are very happy to announce that Dr Wilma Johnson has commenced our mobile dental service to aged care facilities, seeing and treating people that are unable to travel to our clinic. Despite studies showing that we are living longer and retaining our teeth more than ever before, for people living in aged care facilities, nursing homes, and  those with disabilities they often struggle to access high quality and affordable …Read More