Burnie Dental Centre
Operating at a reduced capacity
Due to the easing of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, Oral Health Services Tasmania (OHST) are slowly expanding the range of services provided but will continue to operate at a reduced capacity.
All emergency and urgent dental services will be available for Tasmanian children under 18 years and adults with a current pensioner concession or health care card.
Visit COVID-19 update: Appointments with Oral Health Services Tasmania
Oral Health Services Tasmania provides dental and denture services for all eligible Tasmanian adults (i.e., holders of a current pensioner concession card or health care card) and dental care for all children up to the age of 18 years.
You can contact us between the hours of 8:30am and 5:00pm, Monday to Friday, except for public holidays.
If you have a language, mobility or other health needs, please discuss this with our customer service officers when you call. Interpreting Services are available and can be arranged for your dental appointments.
We are an accredited health service, and continually work to improve the services we provide to our patients. Oral Health Services Tasmania has been awarded accreditation against the National Safety & Quality Health Services Standards.
In addition to providing dental and denture services, we also provide oral health education and promotion within the Tasmanian community.
We partner with James Cook University and the University of Adelaide in providing clinical placement for final (5th) year dental students at our major dental centres across the State.
For more information about the services we provide or about your dental health, select the relevant picture tabs or links on this page.