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# Dentistry

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'We risk spreading the virus': Dentists call for cancellation of routine procedures and establishment of emergency dental hubs
Dentists are concerned that procedures which generate aerosol spray could be a risk.
Big Sugar and government neglect to blame for dental healthcare's 'state of crisis'
In Ireland, vulnerable people have more untreated dental disease, and poorer oral health-related quality of life than others.
'We compete with huge multinationals, but we're just two girls in Galway who had an idea'
These sisters took a step back from their dental practices to launch their own product.
Irish children's first dentist visit is years too late, says RCSI
“Research has shown that fixing decayed first teeth results in better sleep patterns for children and better performance in schools.”
'She's in agony': Four year old faces months of pain due to dental service cutback
The woman’s mother said she feels completely helpless.
'I feel like I can do more now that I've got rid of my overlapping jaw'
Deirbhile Moran was called Jaws in school – but now she’s got her confidence back.
Poll: Do you find the cost of going to the dentist prohibitive?
The cost for some treatments can vary between counties by as much as €230.
Need to see a dentist? Head to Westmeath - it's cheapest
Cork teeth are most costly.
Teeth tattoos are a thing now, and they're awful
Dentists' body expresses concern over illegal teeth whitening
The Irish Dental Association says several businesses could be operating outside of European rules on peroxide content.
5 children who REALLY want to summon the tooth fairy
Do not try this at home. Oh wait, you already did.
VIDEO: Rapping dentists - would this get you to floss?
If this doesn’t get you to look after you pearly whites, what will?
HSE underspent on dental care by €11.5m last year
Dentists are furious at new figures which showed that the HSE had budgeted €63m for dental care, but only spent €51.5m.