Meath Campus, Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8 Tel: 01 795 8160
Rathfarnham Health Centre, Grange Road, Rathfarnham, D14 Tel 4933431/4956223/4956224
Irishtown Primary Care Centre, Ringsend Road, Dublin 4 Tel 6608629 Extn 7/2320617
Dental Services for the Homeless, Merchants Quay, Dublin 8 Tel 01-5240160 extn 4011
H.S.E Orthodontic Service, Simms Building, Tallaght Cross West, Cookstown Way, Tallaght, Dublin 24. Tel 01 9214600
Dental Services for Children
There are no walk in dental emergency clinics operating at this time. Emergency treatment is available:
- To all children up the the eve of their 16th birthday.
- At any HSE dental clinic open on the day. Parents / guardians must telephone their local clinic or Meath Campus at 01 7958160 by 9.15 am to register the patient. They will then be advised which clinic to attend. Please telephone first, but be available to attend straight away.
- It may not be possible to respond on the same day to calls received later than 9.15 am.
- The definition of urgent dental care includes uncontrolled bleeding, severe pain, trauma, abnormal tissue, abscess and swelling.
During the COVID pandemic, routine dental services are postponed.
All special schools for children are screened annually and children are then referred to their local clinic for any necessary treatment
Dental Services for Adults
Dental Services for adults with medical cards are available from dentists who have contracts with the HSE to provide dental treatment through the Dental Treatment Services Scheme (DTSS). Further information and lists of contracted dentists are available at HSE dental clinics or by calling 01 795 8163.
Adults with special needs may be assessed in residential or day centres, with follow up treatment provided in HSE clinics or by DTSS dentists.
Out of Hours Emergency Services
The Dental Hospital, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2, provides an Emergency Out- of -Hours service for severe dental emergencies only. This service must be accessed by calling 01-6127200 and leaving your details, including the telephone number at which you can be contacted, on the answering machine. Alternatively, you can contact your nearest general hospital Casualty Department.