For the month of April the practice will be closed for regular appointments but we are still seeing patients for Emergencies. We are now offering WhatsApp video Consultations and Phone assistance for regular dental and orthodontic emergencies.
To make an appointment call 01 8371144
Do I have an Emergency
- Facial swelling extending to eye or neck or floor of the mouth.
- Bleeding following an extraction that does not stop after 20 mins of solid pressure with a gauze.
- Pain or bleeding due to trauma or a loose tooth due to trauma
- Severely broken tooth
Toothache that is preventing sleep making eating difficult combined with swelling or fever that is not manageable with pain killers.
Call 01 837 1144 if you have the any of above
You need to go to A + E if a facial swelling is causing shortness of breath or difficulty swallowing.
Non Urgent Dental Treatments
Filling that has fallen out
Filling that has fallen out (picture on the left, we can’t restore them like the one on the right at the moment)
Chipped tooth with no pain
The HSE and the Chief Dental Officer
Have instructed dental practices to PRIORITISE URGENT TREATMENT where possible. The following guidance is to support you in helping managing minor symptoms at home.
This guidance is to reduce the risk of virus transmission in the community And to help protect staff and patients from Contracting COVID-19