Eamon qualified from Dublin University in 1979. He practised in the U.K. until 1991 where he undertook a Master’s programme in Prosthetic Dentistry (dentures) in the Eastman Dental Hospital, London. On returning to Dublin, he took up practise in Molesworth House in the city centre.
Eamon is a part-time lecturer in the Dublin Dental University Hospital. He has lectured nationally and internationally on clinical and regulatory topics.
Eamon felt honoured to be elected by his colleagues to two terms on the Dental Council, the regulatory body who protect the interests of the public attending dental healthcare professionals. He was chair of the Auxiliary Dental Workers Committee in his first term, 2005 – 2010. He was elected to President of the Dental Council in his second term, 2010 – 2015.
Eamon is actively involved in his professional representative Association, the Irish Dental Association. Amongst his roles within the Association was to chair its Quality and Patient Safety Committee, 2009 – 2016. He remains a member of this Committee.
Continuing professional development is an integral part of his career in dentistry, refreshing and renewing his knowledge of the developments in the provision of dental healthcare.
Eamon’s aim is to provide evidence-based treatment using proven materials and techniques in a safe, friendly setting with his patients at the centre of their treatment and maintenance. In particular, he believes that patients who have lost some or all of their teeth deserve the most sensitive care.
Margaret joined the practice in 2002 as nurse/practice manager, having previously worked in the Dublin Dental University Hospital in both clinical and administrative roles. Margaret qualified as a dental nurse in the Eastman Dental Hospital before working in a specialist private practice in London.
Margaret’s professional skills and experience ideally place her as a first point of contact for patients new and existing. She is happy to assist you with any queries you may have and will coordinate your treatment schedule, putting you at the centre of your oral health.
Eimear graduated as a dental hygienist from Cork University Dental School and Hospital, with first class honours in 2017. She was awarded both the Henry Schein award for clinical excellence and the GlaxoSmithKline Sensodyne award for academic excellence during her time in CUDS&H. Eimear was named “Dental hygienist of the year 2019” at the annual Irish dental hygienist’s association conference. She has published an award winning information leaflet on “oral care for the elderly in a nursing home setting” on behalf of Pamex (2019).
Eimear is a passionate advocate for preventative dentistry and puts a large focus on oral health education to prevent oral disease. She regularly attends lectures and seminars to update her clinical and theoretical knowledge.
Eimear is registered with the Dental Council of Ireland and is a current member of the Irish Dental Hygienist Association.