Oral Health Services for Adolescents

The Oral Health Services for Adolescents (OHSA) is a Government service that provides free basic annual oral health services to children from 13 years to 17 years of age (until their 18th birthday). If a child needs extra treatments, they will be referred to a separate dental health provider. Most treatments will still be free, but additional services such as orthodontics are likely to incur fees that are not covered by the scheme.

We recognise the utter importance of children’s right dental care and endeavour to provide the following services:

  • routine examination to check teeth for decay and look at the gums and mouth for any problems
  • X-rays used to find tooth decay and other problems that can’t be seen
  • fluoride treatment, which helps make the surface of the teeth more resistant to decay
  • fissure sealants, which are a thin layer of white filling, painted onto teeth that are at risk of developing tooth decay
  • cleaning to plaque, staining and tartar from teeth
  • fillings to restore teeth that have been affected by tooth decay
  • extractions to remove teeth that have been badly affected by tooth decay

You can book online or call our office if you would like further information, or visit the Ministry of Health website:

Ministry of Health website

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Exam and clean including x rays if required just $199

Usually priced $270

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