This page informs you of your dental entitlements. Should you have any queries please contact the surgery where we will be happy to help you.
If you are currently employed or self-employed with sufficient PRSI contributions you are entitled to a free dental examination once a year.
Can you avail of the New Entitlements Under The PRSI Scheme?
The Government have introduced Subsidised Teeth Cleaning for PRSI Patients (including Self-Employed) with appropriate contributions.
Private Scale and Polish €40
Subsidised Scale and Polish Free
Private Air Polish From €45
Subsidised Private Air Polish From €15
Treatment of Gum Disease
Full Mouth Deep Scale Under Local Anaesthetic (€60 per Quadrant) €240
Subsidised Full Mouth Deep Scale Under Local Anaesthetic €200
*Deep Scales may be completed in 1 to 4 visits depending on Patient case and priced accordingly.
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Medical Card Scheme
If you are over 16 years of age and hold a full medical card, you are entitled to a dental examination and two fillings once a year free of charge.
If you are in pain you are covered for relief of pain.
Always show your laminated medical card at each visit.
Free teeth cleaning is no longer provided on this scheme.
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Private Dental Insurance scheme from VHI
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Private Health Insurance Company which covers a portion of each non-emergancy dental visit and emergency dental treatment following an accident.
Personal health cover from HSF health plan gives you cash towards a range of every day health care costs.
Your Dental treatment may qualify for tax relief such as crowns, bridges, veneers, orthodontics, root treatments. Tax Relief is not available for the cost of scaling, extraction and filling of teeth or the provision of artificial teeth or dentures.This is done by filling out a Med 2 (Download ») form which your dentist must sign and submitting this to the revenue with Med 1 (Download ») and P60.