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Clarence Valley dental prosthetist Robert Lennon is opening his own practice in Yamba early next year and consulting with patients at the Iluka Community Health Care Centre each Tuesday. Image: Contributed.

Local dental prosthetist announces new business plans for 2022

Emma Pritchard

Clarence Valley dental prosthetist Robert Lennon is proud to reveal an exciting new business venture is taking place in 2022.

With more than 20 years industry experience and 10 years working with local clients, Mr Lennon will be opening his own practice in Yamba in mid-January, and consulting with patients every Tuesday at the Iluka Community Health Centre. 

Mr Lennon said it is important to keep his business local to service the oral health requirements of the Clarence Valley community, and he is looking forward to welcoming his regular patients, along with new ones, through the doors in 2022.       

As a dental prosthetist, Mr Lennon works closely and independently with each of his patients, providing quality customer service and assessment in the management, production and maintenance of full dentures, partial dentures, repairs and relines, and mouthguards for sporting activities.

“I do the whole job,” he said.

“I meet the patient, discuss and assess their individual needs, perform the necessary clinical treatments, and then manufacture the dentures myself which for the patient, is a more encompassing experience, allowing them to access specialised health services without the need to travel to access such a service.”

Mr Lennon also works under the NSW Government denture voucher scheme as well as all health insurers and DVA providers. 

For further information and to learn more about Mr Lennon’s businesses in Yamba and Iluka, make sure you pick up a copy of the Clarence Valley Independent in the new year.