This division is responsible for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology and Human Disease.
The Oral and Maxillofacial/Oral Surgery Department is concerned with the diagnosis, investigation and surgical treatment of oral, jaw , salivary and bony diseases of the oral cavity and head and neck. An outpatient facility is available for the investigation and diagnosis of these diseases including biopsy. Joint clinics are held with Oral Medicine, Orthodontics, and Restorative as well as assessment for implanted zygomatic implant retained prostheses for oncology patients. Sedation surgical facilities are available for the surgical management of those conditions possible under sedation. View more details
The Oral Medicine Department is concerned with diseases of the oral mucosa, particularly potentially malignant conditions, diseases of the salivary glands and with oral manifestations of systemic diseases. View more details
The Oral Pathology division is concerned with the diagnosis of diseases of the oral cavity, head and neck region, including oral and nasopharyngeal mucosal diseases, salivary and gland disease, jaws, teeth, lymph nodes and soft tissue tumours. View more details
The Radiology Department provides a full spectrum of imaging services in digital diagnostic oral and dental radiography for patients of the Dublin Dental School and Hospital as well as for patients referred for radiological examinations from practitioners outside the hospital on an average of more than 25,000 examinations per year. View more details
The A&E clinic operates a walk in service from 8:30am for the morning clinic and 1:30pm for the afternoon clinic, Monday to Friday. Patients are accepted for treatment in the A&E clinic for the management of acute pain, severe infection, haemorrhage, oro-facial trauma, swelling or possible/suspected cancer. View more details