Update Oct 2020
Despite moving to Level 5 restrictions, Cork Oral Surgery will remain open and we will continue to see all referrals. As per government and Irish Dental Council guidelines, dental services are listed as “essential” under the category “human health and social work activities”.
We continue to follow best-practice protocols to ensure that all consultations and treatments are performed with the least amount of risk. The following are some of these protocols in which you, the patient, can help us lower the risk of transmission;
Due to the backlog of oral surgery cases that have built up during and since the lockdown, we are still receiving a high volume of referrals and an ever increasing demand for urgent appointments. We are endeavouring to meet this demand each day, and are very grateful for your patience.
Most patients come to us via a referral from their own dentist. They may refer you to our care if they are not comfortable in the diagnosis or management of certain conditions or in the delivery of specific surgical procedures.
Once your dentist has referred you to us, we will contact you in order to schedule your appointment. This can be for a consultation only, if you wish, or if recommended by your dentist. In many instances however, we can see you directly for treatment where suitable.
Your appointment will take place in our newly renovated, specifically-designed oral surgery clinic, conveniently located in Wilton with ample free parking. Here we will carry out a full and thorough assessment and will discuss all your oral surgery needs. Most treatments are carried out within the clinic itself. Alternatively we can schedule your treatment to be carried out at the Mater Private Cork, if a general anaesthetic (i.e. fully asleep) is required.
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