Further Information


Please note that we will be able to offer discounts on treatments when multiple procedures are offered at the same appointment.

Payment options

payment-optionsWe ask that payments are made for each appointment as they are completed. We accept cash, cheque, laser cards and credit cards.

A receipt is always issued at the end of each treatment session.

If you are covered under the PRSI scheme, then the Dental Examination is free of charge once per year.

Tax Relief

Certain dental procedures such as Crowns, Veneers, Orthodontic treatments and Root canals qualify for tax relief. This results in a saving of 20% on the cost of the treatment and is another incentive to look after your dental health.

At the end of treatment we will provide and help complete a Med 2 form for you and you can use this to claim your tax relief.


We ask for at least 24 hours notice if you have to cancel your appointment, we understand this will happen from time to time. Regrettably, patients who continually fail to attend their appointments, or fail to notify us that they are unable to attend, will be liable to pay a ‘failure to attend’ fee. This must be settled prior to a new appointment being arranged otherwise no further appointments can be made.

Payment Plans

Orthodontics – A deposit of 500 is due at the impression stage. (Even if it is on the same day as the exam) 50% of the balance is due at the fit appointment. The remaining balance is divided evenly over the next 3 appointments, on average 4 weeks apart, to assist with financial planning.

Restorative Work – 50% of the balance is due at the preparation and impression appointment, the remaining balance is due at the fit appointment. We only ask for full payment when we have delivered a successful result.