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Dr. Alastair Woods
I qualified from Trinity College, Dublin in 2004. I have a special interest in oral rehabilitation and have been working with dental implants for 12 years. I went directly into private practice and spent over 8 years in a large clinic in Eyre Square in Galway before moving back to Dublin with my wife, Dr. Noelle McCourt, to open our own clinic in Deansgrange. We operate state-of- the-art equipment in our bright and modern practice.
I’m Dad to 3 children, a little girl and twin boys. When they’re not taking all my time, I like to do some long distance running and occasional hiking.
Dr. Noelle McCourt
I qualifed from Trinity College in 2004 with a honours degree. Following my graduation I worked in private practice in Dublin before moving to the United Kingdom where I worked ina busy mixed private and NHS practice in Surrey near London. I returned to Dublin 2007 to work in private practice in Stillorgan. Over the following year i completed a postgraduate course in Restorative Dentistry in Manchester. Having spent my childhood in the area, growing up on Rochestwon Avenue and attending Holy Child School in Killiney, I was delighted to returnt ot he locality in 2014 to open up Deansgrange Dental Clinic with Alastair. I love to get out for a run or a long mountain hike when I get the chance. Spending time in the kitchen working on my cooking and baking skills is also a passion of mine.
Brid is an original member of the Deansgrange Dental team. She is honoured to be part of the clinic and has been delighted to meet all of our valued patients since we opened our doors in August 2014. Brid graduated with distinction from Trinity College, Dublin in June 2014. She completed her certificate in Dental Radiography in 2015 and is committed to undertaking more courses to provide a world class service to her patients.
Brid takes pride in providing her patients with a relaxed and comfortable environment so that they always have a positive dental experience. During the weekends, Brid likes to visit her family in West Clare and friends in her previous Galway City. She enjoys travelling and seeing the world, so please ask her about her next trip away!
I began my dental carer initially training to be a dental nurse. I studied in Trinity college Dublin and qualified in 2005. While working as a dental nurse I became particularly interested in preventive dentistry and wanted to have more of a hands on role within the dental team. I decided to return to study. I trained as Dental Hygienist in University College Cork, and graduated with honours in 2008. Come September this year I will be returning to study Oral heath promotion as a long distance learning programme.
I joined the Deansgrange Dental Clinic in May 2017 with almost twelve years experience under my belt. I feel right at home here in Deansgrange Dental Clinic. I enjoy being part of a genuine and caring team. The team here at Deansgrange shares my approach to dentistry, in that our main focus is our patients well-being, and providing individualised treatment to the highest standards to suit each of our patients needs.
As a Dental Hygienist I enjoy building personal relationships with my patients that are centred around educating and motivating them towards an optimum state of oral health. The most rewarding part of my job is seeing results in my patients as their oral health improves.
The environment in Deansgrange dental clinic was just what I was looking for. I enjoy our morning meetings and being part of this exceptional team. It is safe to say I have made friends for life here!
BDentSc, MFD RCSI, MSc KCL, MOrth RCSEd
I graduated in dentistry with honours from Trinity College Dublin in 2006. Following this, I completed vocational training in Ireland and then worked in general practice. I have worked in senior house officer roles in both Ireland and the UK in paediatric dentistry, community dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery. I gained Membership to the Faculty of Dentistry in the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2008. I have completed orthodontic training through King’s College London, gaining an MSc in 2014. I also gained the Membership in Orthodontics in the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh. Having returned to Ireland following completion of my orthodontic training I am really enjoying being back home again.
My area of particular interest is in guiding the developing dental development of children and adolescents. I am also interested in adult orthodontics and have recently attended certification courses in lingual and aligner braces.
In my free time I love hillwalking, trying new restaurants and recipes and discovering Dublin.