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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 20 users
8.5
Novadent Dental Care - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Novadent Dental Care

71 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin
4.0 from 2 verified reviews
I can honestly recommend this practice to anyonePatrick, Ireland, 17 05 20

Best most hygienic dentist in Dublin. I travel from Malahide to be treated here. The overall level of care is excellent and the staff are very highly qualified. I can honestly recommend this practice to anyone.

Permanent Crown  
Crowns - - Zirconium from €750
Temporary Crown from €50
5 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 87 users
7.0
NewlandsDental - Clondalkin Dentist, Dublin Braces and Tooth Whitening

NewlandsDental

Newlands Dental, Unit 2 Aldi Scheme, Clondalkin, Dublin 22
4.8 from 2 verified reviews
I was delighted with the resultBen, Ireland, 05 05 16

I need a root canal and and two front teeth repaired due to a sports related accident which was carried out with ease and I was delighted with the result. Highly recommended. The clinic is very professional looking and well equipped and the staff are very friendly and also prefessional.

Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns  
Temporary Crown  
5 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 199 users
7.3
The Fresh Breath Clinic- Specialists in Bad Breath Elimination - Dr Danielle Colbert

The Fresh Breath Clinic- Specialists in Bad Breath Elimination

67 Upper Churchtown Road, Churchtown, Dublin 14
4.7 from 21 verified reviews
The difference is incredibleCarol, Ireland, 27 01 21

I have been attending the fresh breath clinic 3/4 times a year as I have a retainer bonded to my teeth after orthodontics. Andrea my hygienist suggested she use the EMS air polisher as its a new treatment. The difference is incredible. Its non-invasive, very helpful for sensitive teeth, and it reduces the time spent in the chair. There has been a big improvement in my teeth since getting this treatment reducing the frequency of my hygiene appointments. I would highly recommend it. The clinic is brand new and the staff are so professional and super friendly.

Permanent Crown €1000 - €1100
Dental Crowns €1000 - €1500
Temporary Crown from €450
This is automatically free of charge if the patient is undergoing treatment for a permanent crown with us.
5 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 81 users
7.3
Glenview Dental Surgery - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Glenview Dental Surgery

189 Glenview Park, Tallaght
4.5 from 9 verified reviews
Highly recommend this surgeryBarry, Ireland, 07 07 20

What a fantastic dental surgery. I went after years of not being to the dentist made feel so welcome Laura my dentist did my check-up told me exactly what I needed to be done how long it would take and the cost had an extraction 2 fillings and scale polish over 4 visits felt great after Laura is amazing explains everything to you never felt a thing, not even the injections. Highly recommend this surgery great team them and supporting local business all my work is done and I'm back on track now with 6monthly appointment. Thank you, guys.

Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns from €500
Porcelain Crown from €600
1 more treatment
ServiceScore
Good
from 56 users
6.5
Docklands Dental - Dr Gregg Barry

Docklands Dental

Unit 4 NCI, Mayor Street, IFSC, Dublin, Dublin 1
4.6 from 5 verified reviews
Every step of my visit was handled with great care, attention and I felt comfortable throughoutMichael, Ireland, 25 04 18

Examination of a troubling upper molar filled more than 10 years ago. Further full examination and X-rays of teeth along with full and future treatment plan. Pleasantly surprised from my visit to Docklands Dental. I am a very nervous patient in general (don’t like needles or whirring drills!) and Dr. Barry managed to put me almost immediately at ease. There was no conveyor belt feeling as I have experienced at other practices. They took their time; Every step of my visit was handled with great care, attention and I felt very comfortable throughout the examination process. This was then followed through with a comprehensive chat around the health of my teeth in general and a long-term treatment plan. Highly recommend and thanks again. Top Professionals!

Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns  
Temporary Crown  
6 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 33 users
6.8
Rathmines Road Dental Clinic - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Rathmines Road Dental Clinic

24 Upper Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin, Dublin 6
4.5 from 4 verified reviews
After my experience I highly recommend themBernard, Ireland, 07 02 17

I got looked after by Patricia, she was excellent-I had a loose took it out , but before she took it out she did Xtras on the back teeth to see if there was any infections and on the screen showed there was- Then she took the tooth out -then advised me to get my teeth cleaned as it effect the bone structure which I did - I have to go back next tuesday to get a nother back tooth out .I used my medical card only charged me €80.00 for cleaning of the teeth. She explained everything step by step- a nice friendly lady- very focus and proffessional- very patient- Alot of people have used this clinic and it is was highly recommended- After my experience I highly recommend them.

Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns €600 - €800
Temporary Crown  
2 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 24 users
6.8
Malahide Dental Care - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Malahide Dental Care

3 Ross Terrace, New Street, Malahide, Co Dublin
4.7 from 3 verified reviews
Dr Roisin Corkery and  Dr Annie O Connell work at this dental practice situated in the centre of Malahide. Treatments available include all aspects of family dentistry, which includes oral hygiene, fillings, crowns, bridges, dentures and then on to more complex treatments such as implants. Our Hygienist, Lisa Kane can help with all aspects of oral hygiene and periodontal  care. Whitening and gum shields are also available.Our practice has a special interest in children and aims to make their dental experience a completely happy and positive one. See our website for more information on our new' No Cavity Club' . We would be delighted to see you.
Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns  
Temporary Crown  
4 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 8 users
6.3
White Smile Dental - Fairview - Dental Clinic in Ireland

White Smile Dental - Fairview

55 Fairview Strand, Fairview, Dublin 3
White Smile Dental is located in the heart of Mount Merrion village on Deerpark Road, just off the N11 beside Donnybrook and UDC in South Dublin. Our state of the art luxury and comfortable clinic is here for all your dental needs and requirements.  We provide full and details treatment plans with time frames and exact cost and payment plans to suit. Clinic highlights: Free Parking - Excellent transport links close to the Stillorgan Luas and 46A - 145 bus route - 50 inch TV - WIFI - comfortable waiting area - very competitive Dublin prices. Pharmacy next door.                      
Permanent Crown  
Treatment Duration: two visits. 60 minutes for crown preparation and 30 minutes for crown fit. Crowns or caps as they are sometimes called are tooth shaped covers or caps which fit over a badly damaged/decayed tooth. Dental crowns can dramatically improve the appearance of a person’s smile. Crowns can be used for many reasons: Cover broken/cracked teeth Cover severely decayed teeth where it cannot be saved by a filling or restorative material To hold a bridge in place Cover discoloured teeth Many people require crowns because they do not like how their natural teeth look and wish to dramatically improve the appearance and look of their smile Crowns are made from the following materials: Metal or PFM (porcelain fused to metal): Particularly recommended for molars. All ceramic: Used mostly at the front of the mouth where aesthetics are a priority. The shade of the crown is matched to your natural teeth. Teeth whitening prior to having your crown shade taken is sometimes recommended. What to expect when you visit White Smile Dental? Once you have made your appointment you will be sent a reminder text the day before with our your appointment details and our address. Upon arrival you will be asked to fill out a new patient form with your medical history and take a seat in our comfortable waiting area. When called for your appointment, our dentist will explore all options for your crown. He will listen to your requirements and together you will make a treatment plan outlining the time frame for the procedure and also exact cost. Your crown/s will take two visits to complete. During your first visit impressions and xrays will be taken to be sent to the laboratory to be made. You will be given a temporary crown to wear if needs be. At your second appointment a week later your new crown/s will be fitted. Payment for crowns is 50% upfront and 50% at the end of treatment.
Dental Crowns from €600
Treatment Duration: two visits. 60 minutes for crown preparation and 30 minutes for crown fit. Crowns or caps as they are sometimes called are tooth shaped covers or caps which fit over a badly damaged/decayed tooth. Dental crowns can dramatically improve the appearance of a person’s smile. Crowns can be used for many reasons: Cover broken/cracked teeth Cover severely decayed teeth where it cannot be saved by a filling or restorative material To hold a bridge in place Cover discoloured teeth Many people require crowns because they do not like how their natural teeth look and wish to dramatically improve the appearance and look of their smile Crowns are made from the following materials: Metal or PFM (porcelain fused to metal): Particularly recommended for molars. All ceramic: Used mostly at the front of the mouth where aesthetics are a priority. The shade of the crown is matched to your natural teeth. Teeth whitening prior to having your crown shade taken is sometimes recommended. What to expect when you visit White Smile Dental? Once you have made your appointment you will be sent a reminder text the day before with our your appointment details and our address. Upon arrival you will be asked to fill out a new patient form with your medical history and take a seat in our comfortable waiting area. When called for your appointment, our dentist will explore all options for your crown. He will listen to your requirements and together you will make a treatment plan outlining the time frame for the procedure and also exact cost. Your crown/s will take two visits to complete. During your first visit impressions and xrays will be taken to be sent to the laboratory to be made. You will be given a temporary crown to wear if needs be. At your second appointment a week later your new crown/s will be fitted. Payment for crowns is 50% upfront and 50% at the end of treatment.
Porcelain Crown  
Treatment Duration: two visits. 60 minutes for crown preparation and 30 minutes for crown fit. Crowns or caps as they are sometimes called are tooth shaped covers or caps which fit over a badly damaged/decayed tooth. Dental crowns can dramatically improve the appearance of a person’s smile. Crowns can be used for many reasons: Cover broken/cracked teeth Cover severely decayed teeth where it cannot be saved by a filling or restorative material To hold a bridge in place Cover discoloured teeth Many people require crowns because they do not like how their natural teeth look and wish to dramatically improve the appearance and look of their smile Crowns are made from the following materials: Metal or PFM (porcelain fused to metal): Particularly recommended for molars. All ceramic: Used mostly at the front of the mouth where aesthetics are a priority. The shade of the crown is matched to your natural teeth. Teeth whitening prior to having your crown shade taken is sometimes recommended. What to expect when you visit White Smile Dental? Once you have made your appointment you will be sent a reminder text the day before with our your appointment details and our address. Upon arrival you will be asked to fill out a new patient form with your medical history and take a seat in our comfortable waiting area. When called for your appointment, our dentist will explore all options for your crown. He will listen to your requirements and together you will make a treatment plan outlining the time frame for the procedure and also exact cost. Your crown/s will take two visits to complete. During your first visit impressions and xrays will be taken to be sent to the laboratory to be made. You will be given a temporary crown to wear if needs be. At your second appointment a week later your new crown/s will be fitted. Payment for crowns is 50% upfront and 50% at the end of treatment.
1 more treatment
2 other locations in Dublin for White Smile Dental
White Smile Dental - Donnybrook

White Smile Dental - Donnybrook

6 Donnybrook Road, Donnybrook, Dublin 4
White Smile Dental

White Smile Dental

69 Deerpark Road, Mount Merrion, Dublin
ServiceScore
Good
from 31 users
6.3
The Plaza Dental Practice - Dental Clinic in Ireland

The Plaza Dental Practice

Unit 13 The Plaza Main Street, Blanchardstown Village Dublin, Dublin, Dublin 15
Our referral based Dental Practice is limited to Root Canal Therapies, Root Canal Fillings, Dental Implants, Crown & Bridgework, Adhesive Dentistry and associated treatment. All treatment is carried out in house by the same person. The practice team has the experience, training & experience to help you make the right choice for your dental health
Permanent Crown  
There is no such thing as a permanent crown, because any material placed in the mouth has to cope with high loads which are constantly altering, extremes of temperature, variations in acidity / alkalinity + bacterial attack. No artificial  material yet invented can tolerate this environment for a patients lifetime.
Dental Crowns  
Crowns are used to either alter the Colour Contour Position or Shape of teeth for either cosmetic or functional reasons. Crowns on back teeth are often required for structural reasons to prevent teeth cracking / splitting under load.
Gold Crown  
Gold crowns are used to protect back teeth. They are favoured because they are conservative of tooth structure(they can be cast in a thin section and still be strong) so minimal tooth structure is removed to create space for them.Gold alloys are available which are the same hardness as natural tooth structure, this prevents differential wear of the opposing natural teeth.
3 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 41 users
6.3
Ballyfermot Dental Practice - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Ballyfermot Dental Practice

276 Ballyfermot Road, Ballyfermot, Dublin 10
4.4 from 2 verified reviews
Gentle and absolutely great service receivedGraham, Ireland, 28 03 17

I'm very happy with these guys, throughout my treatment they were fast, efficient and professional. I went for an an examination to see if an extraction was necessary which turned out that I indeed needed to go for one. A week after my examination I was booked for an appointment to extract my tooth and during this time the Dentist was gentle and absolutely great. The clinic was nice and tidy, the staff was friendly which made my experience great. I am very happy with the results.

Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns  
Temporary Crown  
5 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 14 users
6.2
T-Dental Clinic - Dental Clinic in Ireland

T-Dental Clinic

Unit 11 Avonbeg Enterprise Centre, Old Bawn, Dublin 24
Over 90% of dental procedures can be avoided, by regular dental health checks and by maintaining oral and dental health. At T-Dental Clinic our aim is to reach and maintain your optimal dental health and to provide you with a full range of dental procedures. Just think, in a few months you could be smiling like a Hollywood Star, without the Beverly Hills price tag Cosmetic tooth alignment, fast, discreet and affordable treatments Cosmetic Make over - Smile design Please book an initial exam & comprehensive treatment plan from €50 Dental Implants from €750 (multiple placing) Free Car parking in front of the building
Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns  
Temporary Crown  
4 more treatments

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ServiceScore
Excellent
from 123 users
8.0
Riverforest Dental Clinic - Dental Clinic in Ireland

Riverforest Dental Clinic

Riverforest Shopping Center, Leixlip
4.7 from 16 verified reviews
Staff are professional, easy-going & flexibleEvan, Ireland, 27 08 19

Can't recommend the guys in Riverforest Dental enough! Staff are professional, easy-going & flexible. I have had routine work (fillings etc.) and bigger jobs (root canals / front teeth crowns) done here and was delighted with all experiences and outcomes. And I say this as someone who would have been quite apprehensive about going to the dentist!

Permanent Crown  
Dental Crowns €700 - €950
A crown is a tooth-shaped cover placed over a tooth that is badly damaged or decayed. A crown is made to look like your tooth. Many people call it a cap. Crowns may be placed for several reasons. Usually the tooth has been broken or damaged a great deal by decay. As a result, a filling cant replace enough of the tooth or make the tooth strong enough. A crown may hold together parts of a cracked tooth. It also can be used to hold a bridge in place. Crowns can be used to improve appearance as well. They may be placed to cover misshapen or badly discolored teeth. Crowns can be made ahead of time (prefabricated) or made to order in a laboratory. Prefabricated crowns are made of plastic or stainless steel. They can be used on a temporary basis until a permanent crown is made. Since a dental crown that has been cemented into place essentially becomes the new outer surface for the tooth, it is easy to imagine how the placement of a crown can restore a tooth to its original shape. Its also easy to see how a dental crown can help to strengthen a tooth by way of being a hard outer shell that encases the tooth structure that lies within it. For both of these reasons, dental crowns are routinely made for teeth that have broken, worn excessively, or else have had large portions destroyed by tooth decay. The dentist will prepare the tooth to the ideal shape for the crown. This will involve removing most of the outer surface, and leaving a strong inner core. The amount of the tooth removed will be the same as the thickness of the crown. For more information, see our CEREC restorations above.
Temporary Crown  
3 more treatments
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