Restorative Dentistry and Periodontology
The Division of Restorative Dentistry and Periodontology provides education and learning, clinical services and research through a number of structured disciplines.
There are 17 full time staff and 52 part time staff in our Division. The academic members of staff are also members of the Trinity College community (see College Calendar).
The Division provides clinical services in the areas of basic dental care, endodontics, fixed and removable prosthodontics, dental implants, periodontics, dental care for head and neck cancer patients, sleep apnoea and special dental needs. Regular assessment and consultation clinics are scheduled.
Education and Learning commitments in the Division include undergraduate teaching – dental, dental hygiene, dental technology and postgraduate – prosthodontics, periodontics, clinical dental technology, continuing professional development (lectures) and diploma in clinical dentistry, advanced dental science (Core) course and Dental Council preparatory course and examinations.
The Division is actively involved in Research within the Division and co-laboratively in the School of Dental Science, Trinity College Dublin and national and international institutions. There are regular international researchers visiting our Biological Sciences laboratory.