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Eccles Clinic

Eccles Clinic

Show Phone NumberBloom House, 78 Eccles Street, Dublin, Dublin 7Ireland
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Opening Hours

Monday09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday10:00 - 19:30
Wednesday10:00 - 19:30
Thursday09:30 - 19:30
Prices from €55 - Enquire for a fast quote from Eccles Clinic. Very Good ServiceScore™: 4.0 from 397 votes. 3 verified patient reviews.

Popular Treatments

Treatment for Wrinkles
Mole Removal
Scar Removal
Spider Veins Treatment
Laser and Pulsed Light Vein Treatment
Stretch Marks Removal
Rosacea Treatment
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About Eccles Clinic

Eccles Clinic, an Irish consultant-led surgical and laser outpatient clinic is quickly becoming a centre of excellence for plastic, cosmetic and laser surgery. Our purpose is to offer patients the opportunity to access the highest standards of treatment and the very best in patient care. 

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from 3 verified reviews Patient Reviews of Eccles Clinic

"Very happy with the result."
4 50Reviewed 14 Jul 2016 Review verified by phone and email.
Treatment Received: Plastic Surgeon Consultation
Treated By: Denis Total Amount Paid €335
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Kelley Ireland
"Have no hesitation recommending this clinic."
4.7 50Reviewed 06 Jan 2015 Review verified by phone and email.
Treatment Received: Rhinoplasty
Treatment of skin condition.

Delighted with results. Extremely competent and professional staff who thoroughly explained procedure and were available for queries afterwards. Have no hesitation recommending this clinic.
Total Amount Paid €220
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Marguerite Ireland
"The treatment was a great success"
4.2 50Reviewed 02 Mar 2012 Review verified by email.
Treatment Received: Laser Hair Removal
The treatment was a great success. Everything was handled professionally. I felt very safe in their hands.
Total Amount Paid €180
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  • IMC - Irish Medical Council (Ireland) 
  • IAPS - Irish Association of Plastic Surgeons (Ireland) 
  • RCSI - Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (Ireland) 
  • IHSS - Irish Hand Surgery Society (Ireland) 
  • An Bord Altranais (Ireland) 
  • EBOPRAS - European Board of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (International) 
  • GMC - General Medical Council (UK) 
  • BAPRAS - British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (UK) 



Medical Aesthetics

Plastic Surgery



Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access - Bus: 3, 4, 10, 10A, 11, 11A, 11B, 13, 13A16, 16A, 33, 38, 38A, 38C, 40, 40A, 40C, 41, 41A, 41B, 41C, 46A, 46C, 46D, 46E, 63,116, 122, 145

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

On-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Emergency service - All our consultants are Irish and are locally based. Therefore in the unlikely event of any complications or problems, our surgeons and nurses will be available to see you straight away.

Travel Services

International travel

Local travel

Local accommodation

Translation services

Local guide

Tours and vacation services

Pick up service from hotel

Pick up service from airport

Medical Aesthetics

Laser and Pulsed Light Vein Treatment
Stretch Marks Removal
Mole Removal
Scar Removal
Spider Veins Treatment
Treatment for Wrinkles

General Practice



Acne Treatment
Birthmark Removal
Mole Assessment
Rosacea Treatment

Beauty Salon Treatments

Laser Skin Resurfacing
Laser Wrinkle Reduction
Laser Hair Removal
€55 - €155
Laser Hair Removal (15 mins)
from €105
Laser Hair Removal  (30 mins)
from €155
Laser Hair Removal  (45 mins)

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Private Patients Welcome

Laya Healthcare


Mr Denis Lawlor

Job Title:
  Breast Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, Hand Surgery, Plastic and Reconstuctive Surgery


Denis Lawlor is the founder of Eccles Clinic. Having qualified in medicine from UCD in June 1969 he pursued a surgical career and from early on wished to become a plastic surgeon.

Eccles Clinic is founded on the basis of "see and treat". This allows us to treat more patients on an outpatient basis which is preferable to a lot of people requiring minor procedures. Post the healthcare cutbacks in the late 80’s, Mr Lawlor made efforts to reassess how more patients could be treated effectively with more reduced cost. A simple idea of ‘see and treat’ for trauma patients led to a 25% reduction in admissions in that area.

The idea now continues at Eccles Clinic, as a very large number of plastic surgery patients can be treated with local anaesthesia as an outpatient on a ‘see and treat’ basis.

Mr. Lawlor is a co-founder and ex-chairman of the Irish Association of Plastic Surgeons (IAPS). He is also the co-founder and ex-president of the Irish Hand Surgery Society (IHSS).

Following his consultant appointment he took a keen interest in teaching, training, and expanding the specialty so that more consultants were available to treat the public. He was the RCSI representative on the Special Advisory Committee for the UK and Ireland, overseeing surgical training standards. During his career, he has seen plastic surgery consultant numbers grow from five to twenty and training slots from one to eighteen.

1973 Obtained his fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeon Ireland (RSCI).
1979 Was made a Specialist Registrar (SpR) in Plastic Surgery at the RCSI.
Took up a fellowship at the Microsurgery Research Centre at St. Vincents hospital in Melbourne, Australia (now known as the Bernard OBrien Institute of Microsurgery).On his return, he introduced, for the first time in Ireland, reconstructive microsurgery procedures for patients here.
1981 Was a clinical assistant to Mr. John Heuston at St. Georges Private Hospital, Sydney, Australia
1982 Became a fully accredited Plastic Surgeon at the RCSI.
1984 Was a clinical assistant to Mr. Fred Nicole, Plastic Surgeon at Harley Street and the Wellington Hospital in London.
1984 He was appointed as a Consultant Plastic Surgeon at Dr. Steevens hospital, James Connolly Memorial hospital and the Mater hospital.
1988 He moved with the specialty from Dr. Steevens hospital on its closure to St. Jamess hospital during a time of crisis in the health service.
1989 With the input of the Department of Health, he initiated the first Comhairle na nOspidéal review of the specialty of Plastic Surgery, delivering their report in 1993. The report was fully implemented before the second review was undertaken in 2005.
1994 He established, what was at that time, the National Laser Surgery Unit at St. James hospital.
2006 He took early retirement from the HSE.
2009 Founded the Eccles Clinic.

Mr Kevin Cronin

Job Title:
  Plastic and Reconstuctive Surgery

Mr. Cronin graduated in medicine from NUI in 1990 and completed his? surgical training in internationally renowned centres in Australia, UK, and Ireland. He is on the Specialist Division of the Medical Council? Register for Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgery (IAPS). He is? an active member of the Irish Association of Plastic Surgeons and the ?Irish Hand Surgery Society (IHSS).

Mr. Cronin has public appointments at the Mater Misericordiae University? Hospital, the Children's University Hospital, the Central Remedial? Clinic, and the Mater Private Hospital.



Received his Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland?  (FRCSI).


Trained at the Radcliffe Infirmary Oxford, UK


Trained at the Salisbury District Hospital UK


Received his FRCSI (Plast) from RCSI (Intercollegiate Board)


Received a diploma in Hand Surgery (FESSH)


Trained at the Bernard O'Brien Institute of Microsurgery (BOBIM) in? Melbourne, Australia


Awarded a Master of Surgery from University of Melbourne


Chairman of the Medical Board at Temple Street Hospital


Secretary of the IHHS


Treasurer of the IAPS


Joined Eccles Clinic

Mr Dylan Murray

Mr Robert Caulfield

Show Phone NumberBloom House, 78 Eccles Street, Dublin, Dublin 7Ireland