Irish Award Winning Dentistry at Portobello in Dublin

Why would a dentist need a microscope?

It’s not because your dentist has bad sight! There are a number of reasons why a dentist would use magnification when treating your teeth:

  1. He/she can detect and treat decay at very early stages
  2. She can see fine detail when restoring teeth
  3. He can see down the roots of teeth during endodontic treatment (root canal)
  4. Greatly improved cosmetic results
  5. Adpotion of minimally invasive and ultra-conservative dental techniques

                                                                            

A dental microscope                                                                                               Dental Loupes
At Portobello Dental Clinic, all of our dentists use magnification with loupes, fibre optic headlights  or microscopes. We use magnification because we believe that every patient deserves the highest quality of care, which we can only deliver if we can really see what the healthy naked eye cannot. Think of a hunter using modern rifles without scopes, it would literally be a case of “hit and miss”!

We believe that every tiny bit of your teeth, gums and tissue is precious, and with magnification we can preserve all these; without magnification we simply could not do this.

Fee Guide
Private
Routine maintenance
New patient examination (what’s included) *From December 1st 2013 we will refund the cost of your consultation on all extensive treatment plans (all plans over €1000) €60-€95
X-rays (small) €10
X-Rays (panoral – full mouth) €65
Hygienist Packages
Intensive hygienist appointment
(New patient package)
€75
Extensive hygienist appointment
(Treatment of periodontal disease)
€98
Implants (eligible for further 20% reduction from MED II tax relief)
Single implant (including crown, without bone graft) from €2090
Surgical placement of single titanium implant
from €1170
Restoration of implant / Placement of porcelain crown
from €920
Multiple implants from €1750 per tooth
Intra Venous Sedation €260
Orthodontic Braces
Inman Aligner
(Eligible for Med 2 Tax Relief)
€1700 per arch
Six Month Smiles
(Eligible for Med 2 Tax Relief) Note – fee includes all orthodontics, as well as additional treatment to the value of €625; including fixed and removable retainers, an extensive hygienist appointment, and free upper and lower teeth whitening.
€2200 one arch
€2995 both arches
Restorations
Silver amalgam fillings €75 – €99
White composite fillings (front) €88 – €165
(back) €90 – €165
Root treatments (eligible for further 20% reduction from MED II tax relief)
Root canal treatment (front) from €360
(back) €420 – €590
Tooth whitening
Airflow (Ideal for surface staining) from €42
Slow release tooth bleaching €299
Crowns & Veneers (eligible for further 20% reduction from MED II tax relief)
All-porcelain cosmetic crown
(usually most suitable for front teeth)
from €790
Tooth coloured crown, metal inside (the best combination of strength and appearance) €748
Cerec one visit crowns and inlays €748
Bridge (dependent on design) from €900
Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers €720
Lumineers €760
Da Vinci Porcelain Veneers €850
Dentures
There are still circumstances in which a removable plate is the best option. Newer materials make them stronger and less obtrusive. Sometimes they can be held in tightly by using a press stud technique to hold them to suitable remaining roots.
Complete set – upper and lower from €800
Chrome cobalt partial denture (upper or
lower)
from €850
Partial acrylic denture from €280
Valplast flexible partial denture from €580