Latest news from TGA on patient matched medical devices



We are pleased to confirm that following the collective advocacy efforts of ADA, ADOHTA, DHAA, ADPA, dental technicians and others, the requirements for most dentists to register their patient-matched medical devices has been successfully removed.
The CEO of ADA, Damian Mitsch, explains what this means for you:

Further details can be found on the TGA website

Basically, if you are using materials and products which are currently listed on the ARTG (Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods) you will not need to register. If you use imported goods or materials not listed in Australia you should register. For those who have already completed their online registration for transition arrangements, you will contacted by TGA and given the opportunity to withdraw if not required or to continue the process.

You can search the ARTG for products on

DAPA members can contact our office for assistance.