BDS (Hons) NUI, MFDS RCSEd. PGrad. Dip. Con. Sed., D. Ch.
Dent (Oral Surgery), FFD (OS) RCSI

Dr. Marie O’ Neill graduated with honours from Cork University School and Hospital in 2007. She subsequently worked in Edinburgh for two years, completing her vocational training and also working in a hospital setting in an oral and maxillofacial unit. While in Edinburgh she gained her Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh. She then returned home where she spent some time working in private practice in Dublin. In 2011 she completed a Postgraduate Diploma, with Distinction, in Conscious Sedation in Dentistry from Trinity College Dublin.

After working in private practice for a number of years, Dr. O’ Neill began a three year full-time Clinical Doctorate in Oral Surgery at the Dublin Dental University Hospital. In 2014 she graduated from her Oral Surgery Specialist training with a first class honours. She was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, in Oral Surgery, the same year. Dr. O Neill is a Consultant Oral Surgeon at the Mater Private Hospital Dublin, and the Bon Secours Dublin. She is a registered Specialist Oral Surgeon with the Irish Dental Council. Marie runs her specialist Oral Surgery practice from two specialist dental clinics, the Mater Private Hospital and the Bon Secours Hospital in Dublin.
Dr O’ Neill is a fully participating member of the VHI, Aviva, Laya Healthcare, GloHealth, ESB and the Garda Medical Scheme.
Dr. O’ Neill has a particular interest in the prevention of post- operative pain following oral surgery procedures, such as wisdom tooth removal, and this was the topic of her doctoral thesis while in Trinity College Dublin.

She provides all aspects of oral surgery care including:

  • Surgical and non-surgical extractions
  • Third molar surgery
  • Pre-orthodontic surgery
  • Pre-prosthetic surgery
  • Bone-grafting
  • Implant placement
  • Soft tissue management and biopsies
  • Apicoectomies
  • Management of cysts
  • Treatment is provided under local anaesthetic, IV sedation, and general anaesthesia where appropriate