Dr. Chris O’Hanlon Principal Dentist
Dental Council Registration no. 1289
Chris qualified from the Dublin Dental Hospital in 1981. He practised in London from 1982 to 1989 in general practice to develop a full range of dental skills, including looking after very nervous patients.
In 1989 he returned to Dublin and worked in the Eastern Health Board Children’s dental clinics until 1997, developing a wide experience in providing high quality dental care for young children.
He established Kilbarrack Dental Care in 1997 with the aim of providing high quality dental care for all the family in a relaxed and friendly environment.
He continues to keep up post grad training with an interest in cosmetic dentistry. He is married with three children and is a keen sportsman with a passion for football. He enjoys eating out and travel.
Dr. Laura Fee Dentist
Dental Council Registration no. 5810
Dr Laura Fee graduated with an honours degree in Dentistry from Trinity College, Dublin. During her studies Laura was awarded the Costello medal by the President of the Irish Dental Association for undergraduate research on cross-infection control procedures. Laura has also been awarded Membership to the Faculty of Dentistry by the Royal College of Surgeons. Laura was awarded the Certificate in Implant Dentistry by Northumberland Institute of Oral Medicine in 2013 and continues to advance her knowledge in this area. Laura completed the SAAD Sedation training course organised by Queen Mary University, London in 2012. Laura has also completed the Minor Oral Surgery training course organised by the Faculty of Primary Dental Care in the Hermitage Clinic, Lucan. Laura has a special interest in adult orthodontics. She is fully trained in the provision of ‘clear braces’ using the world renowned Six Month Smiles system. Laura also provides the Inman Aligner treatment for adults who wish to straighten their front teeth with a removable orthodontic appliance. Laura is also a member of the Irish Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry.
Dr. Clodagh Cusack Dentist
Dental Council Registration no. 14605
Clodagh graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2002. She then spent several years working in general practice in London and Australia before returning to Dublin. She has since spent time briefly working in the Health Board treating children and adults with special needs, and now works in private dental practice.
Clodagh has a keen interest in preventive dentistry and adopts a conservative approach to her restorative and aesthetic treatments, attending the needs of the entire family. She is a member of the Irish Dental Association and is continually updating her skills attending professional development courses in London.
Sally-Anne Kehoe Dental Hygienist
Sally-Anne Kehoe RDH started her Dental Hygiene career in 1999 when she graduated with Honours in Dental Hygiene from Dublin Dental University Hospital in Trinity College. She studied an itensive Dental Hygiene course run by world renowned Ms Karin Nyland RDH MSc and Dr Denise McCarthy. Sally-Anne has spent the last 14 years working in general practice and plays a crucial role in helping our patients maintain good oral hygiene and she has a great rapport with our patients. Sally-Anne was a finalist in Kin Dental Hygienist of the Year in 2014. Sally-Anne is committed to continuing education and constantly strives to find new and improved ways of caring for your oral health.
Lynsey Neill Dental Hygienist
Lynsey started her dental career as a Dental nurse qualifying from the Dublin Dental School in 2004 before pursuing a qualification from the University of Cork in Dental Hygiene. She graduated with honours and received the Henry Schein Best Clinical Examination Award.
Lynsey joined our practice in May 2017 as a Dental Hygienist having spent the last 6 years living in London gaining vast experience in private, specialist and NHS practice. She has a keen interest in periodontal treatment having spent years in general practices limited to periodontists, prosthetics and implantology over the years.
She continues to attend seminars and conferences to retain a fresh perspective on new developments in dental and oral health. She is registered with the Irish Dental Council, The General Dental Council UK and is a member of the Irish Dental Hygiene Association.
She enjoys travelling, attending rugby games, gym and the outdoors.
Amy Atkinson Dental Hygienist
Amy began her career in dentistry in 2009 as a Dental Nurse. Amy gained valuable experience in general and orthodontic practices. Her continued dedication to patient care encouraged her to successfully qualify as a Dental Hygienist in 2016 from King’s College Hospital, London.
Amy ensures she is up to date with the latest evidence and guidelines and attends regular CPD lectures to ensure the best patient care.
Amy prides herself in helping nervous patients feel at ease. She is very preventative orientated and takes care in educating and providing you with the information to take control of your oral health.
Carina Cole Dental Nurse
Carina is from Donaghmede and has been with the practice since 2007. She is friendly, helpful and a great team worker. Carina has completed her Dental Nurse Diploma with the Dublin Dental University Hospital Trinity.
Jazzy Mae Limpin Dental Nurse
Jazzy has been working as a dental nurse since 2007 and joined the practice in 2009. Her great anticipation and excellent chairside skills has been invaluable to all the dentists at the practice. Jazzy has completed her Dental Nurse Diploma course with Dublin Dental University Hospital Trinity.
Aisling Burke Dental Nurse
Aisling is from Donaghmede. She joined the practice in 2011 and while working at the practice she was able to apply to do her Dental Nurse Diploma course in Dublin Dental University Hospital Trinity. She was awarded a distinction in her course and qualified in 2014.
Connie O’Hanlon Practice Manager
Connie trained in London King’s College Dental Hospital and qualified as a dental nurse in 1980. In London she gained experience working full time in private dental practices and later in Ealing Health Authority community dental services until 1989. She moved to Dublin in 1989 and worked in the Dublin Dental Hospital and later in private practice. She combines her role as a dental nurse in Kilbarrack Dental Care with practice co-ordinator. She is keen promoter of preventive dental care and patient awareness of healthy gums and teeth.