Call us today if you're in pain and one of team will do their utmost to help:

014574848

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Do you treat medical card patients?

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Yes, one exam a year, two fillings a year, as many extractions as required and prescriptions are provided under the Medical Card scheme at this time. A tooth can only be filled once every five years. No cleanings are possible on Medical Card at this time and we only see patients 16 and over with their own Medical Card. Ensure valid Medical Cards are brought on your first visit. Please realise these restriction are imposed by the Department of Health and are non-negiotable.

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What treatment can you receive on PRSI

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One examination a year is currently the only treatment possible for PRSI approved patients. Please note these restrictions are imposed by the Department of Health and are non negiotiable unfortunately.

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Do you accept Medical Card and PRSI Patients?

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Yes both Medical Cards and PRSI patients are welcome. However there are resctriction on both services at this time.

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Do you accept CreditCards or Cheques?

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Yes! As of August 2016, we now accept all Major Debit, Visa & Mastercards - currently we do not accept Diners' Cards or American Express but this may change in the Future. With regard to Cheques, as the Major Banks are in the Process of phasing them out, we will reassess in the years to come - Currently we are happy to accept (January 2017).

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Is wheelchair access available?

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Yes, there is limited access.

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How often should I brush my teeth?

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Brushing is very important to maintaining good oral health because it effectively removes plaque buildup which can lead to tooth decay and gum disease.It is recommended to brush at least twice a day (or after every meal) and floss at least once a day. Always use a toothpaste that contains fluoride and remember to replace your toothbrush every 3-4 months, if the bristles appear worn.

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How often should I see the dentist for a check up and cleaning?

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The best way to maintain good oral health is to visit your dentist on a regular basis. Most children and adults should see their dentist for a check up and cleaning every six months. There are various factors such as tobacco and alcohol use, gum disease, pregnancy and also certain medical conditions that the dentist takes into consideration when deciding on the frequency of the visits.

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Why do my gums bleed every time I brush my teeth?

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The most common reason that gums bleed is due to the teeth and gums not being cleaned thoroughly enough. If you leave bacteria-containing plaque sitting on the teeth beside the gums, the bacteria will infect the gums. Bleeding gums between the teeth are often an indication of improper (or lack of) flossing to remove the plaque and tartar which is causing the inflammation. Flossing at least once a day is recommended to clean this area of the gums and teeth and since gingivitis is only one of several reasons for causing the gums to bleed. Visiting a dentist for a proper exam and cleaning is more than necessary if this is the case.

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Can I get my teeth whitened?

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Teeth often appear more yellow or discoloured over time. This could be the result of the natural aging process or the effect that various factors have on the teeth. Tobacco, Tea, Coffee, pigmented food, accumulation of plaque, use of antibiotics like tetracycline during childhood are some of the factors that result in tooth discolouration. Over a decade of research has proven bleaching and other whitening methods to be both safe and effective. Several products in the market today have shown no adverse effects on teeth or gums in clinical and laboratory testing. Make sure to look for clinically proven products, follow directions and consult with your dentist. In the past, the higher bleach concentrations sometimes resulted in more sensitivity. Today, however, bleaching gels are well buffered, making sensitivity less of a problem. Sensitivity may occur in people after whitening procedures, but usually disappears after 48 hours and stops completely when treatment is stopped.If you experience sensitivity, there are several ways you can eliminate it. There are a couple of contraindications though, at which teeth whitening is not recommended these would include usually but not exclusiverly patients with gum disease or tooth decay, patients who wear braces, patients under 16, pregnant or breastfeeding patients, patients with allergic reaction to hydrogen peroxide or other whitening system components

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Where is the Surgery?

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Garvey's Dental Surgery is located in the middle of Clondalkin Village, near the Round Tower, Tuthills and A.I.B Bank Clondalkin.

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Is there private parking available?

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Yes, limited private parking is available on the Surgery grounds and pay and display parking is available in the car park next door.

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Do you close for lunch?

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Yes, Dr Garvey, Dr Duffy and Dr Gkoles respectively take lunch between 1:30pm and 2:30pm approx. However the phone and front door are still manned at these times.

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