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6 Fitzwilliam St. Lower, Dublin 2.

01 6614659

Monday-Friday 9am - 12:30pm
2pm - 5pm

Key Care Essentials

Fitzwilliam House Dental Practice offers a full suite of dental services in a modern, relaxing, and pleasant environment.

Patient focussed Treatment Planning

We discuss and plan your treatment with you in a manner that manages your immediate concerns and with regard to your overall long term oral health.

We aim to assess your risk factors for oral disease and general well-being and thereby anticipate your future dental treatment needs so that possible complications are minimised or avoided altogether.

Personalised and comprehensive oral health care and well being.

This is care flowing from longer term, trusting relationships with patients. International evidence suggests continuity of care being strongly correlated with fewer dental interventions in the environment of supportive professional care.

Awareness of Dental Anxiety and Fear Reduction

Gentle care with sufficient time dedicated to making patients feel comfortable and reassured will enable successful treatment for the great majority of patients who are apprehensive about dental care.


Fitzwilliam House Dental Practice offers a full suite of dental services in a friendly, pleasant setting

We work with specialist colleagues and highly skilled technicians on more complex cases which gives our patients access to the best multidisciplinary care.

Fitzwilliam House Dental Practice adheres to the high standards of professional education and professional conduct as set out by the Dental Council of Ireland. The following is a number of the documents available on the Council’s website:

  • Guidance to the Public in Choosing a Dentist

  • Dental Codes of Practice

  • Code of Practice in relation to Non-Surgical Cosmetic Procedures

These dental services include:

  • Comprehensive Dental Examination and Oral Health Screening incl. X-rays
  • Lifestyle, dietary and risk factor counselling incl. smoking cessation
  • Sympathetic and effective management of dental fear and anxiety
  • Restorative Dentistry i.e. fillings including white fillings
  • Root Canal Treatment
  • Aesthetic Dental Treatment to enhance your smile:
  • Replacement of missing teeth:

Dental Implant

Over the past thirty years dental implants have provided predictable solutions to tooth replacement that avoid some of the disadvantages associated with traditional restorative treatment such as bridges and dentures.

A dental implant is made from titanium in the shape of a root. When screwed into the jaw bone it integrates into it like a root. Implants can be used to support a crown, bridge or a denture. They feel very natural and the adjacent teeth do not need to be directly involved. The disadvantages are initially high cost, the required surgery and the requirement for a significant number of visits over a number of months.


A veneer is a thin layer of porcelain made to fit over the front surface of a tooth like a false fingernail fits over a nail. Veneers can be used to treat problems with discoloured teeth, maligned or misshapen teeth. Tooth coloured composite resin can also be used for the same purpose.


A crown is a restoration made out of the mouth that fits like a cap over the remaining part of the prepared tooth providing strength and durability whilst restoring the natural shape of the tooth.

Conventional fixed bridge

This is another option for replacing a missing tooth which was commonly used prior to the evolution of implant treatment. It involves preparing the teeth adjacent to a gap to act as crown retainers to carry the missing tooth. Two visits are required for fabrication in the dental laboratory. The bridge feels and looks like one’s own teeth.

Adhesive Bridge

These offer a much more conservative option than the conventional bridge as their provision requires far less reduction of the tooth.

It is particularly suitable for the replacement of a missing front tooth.

Removable partial denture

The least costly and least invasive option for replacing missing teeth. Dentures that are well made and designed can provide excellent function and appearance as well as replace multiple missing teeth simultaneously. Obviously they require some time for patients to acclimatise to their presence in the mouth but they can be very successful in cases where the teeth or jaw bone are not suitable for either fixed bridgework or implant treatment respectively.

Tooth Whitening

Tooth whitening can be a very effective way of lightening the natural colour of your teeth without removing any of the tooth surface or damaging it. The original shade of the tooth is whitened to a lighter colour rather than being turned completely white.

Root Canal Therapy

Also referred to as endodontic treatment, root canal treatment is needed when the nerve of a tooth is infected or damaged by decay or injury when extraction would constitute the only alternative option.

Contrary to popular belief, root canal treatment can be carried out in conditions similar to the provision of a filling except that it takes a good deal longer owing to the complexity of the procedure for the dentist.


The practice caters for all types of fillings that might be necessary with tooth-coloured composite materials being employed wherever feasible.