Dentist Dundalk | Dental Practice Dundalk

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About Us Smiles Dental Dundalk has been taking care of the local community since 1978. Having joined the Smiles Dental group in 2014 we are part of a nationwide network of dental professionals with access to the most up-to-date technologies. Led by Practice Manger Ann Harmon, the team here in […]

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About Us
Smiles Dental Dundalk has been taking care of the local community since 1978. Having joined the Smiles Dental group in 2014 we are part of a nationwide network of dental professionals with access to the most up-to-date technologies.

Led by Practice Manger Ann Harmon, the team here in Dundalk is 100% committed to the care and wellbeing of our patients. From routine check-ups to advanced oral surgery we offer a full range of dental treatments. We make a special effort to comfort and look after nervous patients. Put simply, our goal is to make you smile.

If you have any queries for our clinic in Dundalk or would like to book an appointment please submit an enquiry here.

Getting Here
We are centrally located in Dundalk town and close to local public transport routes. The surgery is fully wheelchair accessible with disability car parking bay outside the door and designated wheelchair accessible restroom.

Opening Hours

Monday 08.00am 05.00pm
Tuesday 08.00am 08.00pm
Wednesday 08.00am 08.00pm
Thursday 08.00am 08.00pm
Friday 08.00am 05.00pm
Saturday 09.00am 03.00pm

You must phone DeCare Dental before you attend for your dental appointment with Smiles, so that they can confirm your cover in advance and you can avail of the direct pay service – You can contact DeCare Dental on 094 9378608 / 1890 130 017, or by email [email protected]

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