(Published 15th May 2020)

We will be re-opening the clinic from May 18th

This re-opening will be in a safe, slow, and phased way

We have invested in anti-viral clean air technology

Additional cross infection control protocols, which exceed the current HSE and Dental Council guidelines, are in place

All clinical staff will wear high level PPE with respirator masks

If you had an appointment cancelled, please feel free to contact us if you have any concerns or would like to discuss availability. We will do our best to accommodate you as soon as possible.
We will be contacting all patients who had appointments cancelled to reschedule over the coming days.


Prior to your appointment it will be necessary for our team to run through a series of questions with you by phone or email
We ask that when you next attend, you attend alone, and that you leave most personal belongings in your car
You will be offered to wait in your car, or to have a seat in our waiting area (this will be spaced at 2m distances)
You will be greeted by our reception team on arrival, some routine questions recorded again, and your temperature will also be taken with a non-touch thermometer.

We look forward to seeing you.
Best wishes,


Dr. Marie O’ Neill is a Specialist Oral Surgeon and provides a full range of services in Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry.

She is a fully participating provider with VHI, AVIVA, LAYA healthcare, GloHealth, ESB and the Garda Medical Scheme.

Oral Surgery

Oral surgery is a specialist area of dentistry. It deals with the treatment, and ongoing management, of irregularities and pathology of the jaw and mouth, that require surgical intervention. This includes the removal of wisdom teeth and other impacted teeth, taking biopsy samples, management of cysts, swellings and infections.

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Implant Dentistry

Dental implants offer those patients who have missing teeth the possibility of having gaps restored with a fixed crown or a bridge. As a Specialist Oral Surgeon, Dr. O' Neill performs the surgical aspect of this treatment. It is sometimes necessary to perform bone grafting procedures prior to dental implant surgery. This is to supplement the available bone so that the implants can be anchored firmly. 

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