On Ask the Dentist this week Dr. Brian Delgado from Gate Dental Clinic spoke with Sally Ann Barrett on Galway Talks about what to do when a tooth is knocked out.
Getting a tooth completely knocked out is not such a common occurrence but can occasionally be seen in children/adolescents especially during sporting injuries. Are their certain individuals more prone to this? It can be classed as a dental emergency that requires immediate attention
So what are the treatment choices for this? Listen Back Here to Dr. Brian Delgado’s answers.
Make an appointment with ‘Ask The Dentist’ on Galway Talks each month and …. Lets keep smiling
About Gate Dental Clinic Galway
Dentist Galway – a first-class service from our approachable team of dental professionals, in a high-end practice.
Dentist Galway – As one of the older established practices in Galway city, we are situated on the ground floor near the docks.
Our wonderful team have been with us for up to 33 years providing continuous family dentistry for this time. Our dentist Dr Delgado qualified in 2000.
Our hygienist Blaithin Donoghue has been with the practice since 1991 and Dr Dragoi since 2020.
Dentist Galway – we embrace modern technology at Gate Dental Clinic and we introduced the first Cerec Cad Cam computerised system in Ireland. This allows customised porcelain fillings, crowns, veneers and bridges in one visit. Most importantly we undertake to listen to your concerns and provide you with the information to make the best decision to suit your needs. If you have any queries for our clinic or looking for a dentist Galway or would like to book an appointment please submit an enquiry here.
Gate Dental Clinic,
Tel: 091 547592
Email: [email protected]
Remember to make an appointment with ‘Ask The Dentist’ on Galway Talks the first Wednesday of each month around 11:30am