Welcome to Tramore Dental

We believe that dental care should be friendly and relaxed. A beautiful smile makes you feel good and look good.

Welcome to Tramore Dental

We believe that dental care should be friendly and relaxed. A beautiful smile makes you feel good and look good.

About us

Tramore Dental opened in 1978 and Dr Sorcha White joined the practice in 2003. As a general practice, we take care of the whole family from ages 1 to 100!
Although our goal is to establish our patients on a routine of regular check-ups so that they don’t require interventions, we do provide more complex treatments if needed, including fillings, crowns, whitening and braces.
For the more nervous person, we offer gas sedation to make treatment more comfortable.

About us

Tramore Dental opened in 1978 and Dr Sorcha White joined the practice in 2003. As a general practice, we take care of the whole family from ages 1 to 100!
Although our goal is to establish our patients on a routine of regular check-ups so that they don’t require interventions, we do provide more complex treatments if needed, including fillings, crowns, whitening and braces.
For the more nervous person, we offer gas sedation to make treatment more comfortable.

Meet the team

Dr Sorcha White
Dr Sorcha White

Sorcha graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2002 and joined Tramore Dental in 2003. The beautiful sea view was irresistible and she bought the practice in 2007. She has a special interest in crown and bridgework and in sedation for those who need it. At home, her four children keep her busy, but she loves walking on the beach and catching up with friends.

Dr Zuzana Jemelikova Petrosova
Dr Zuzana Jemelikova Petrosova

Zuzana joined Tramore Dental in 2017 and quickly became an integral part of our team. A native of the Czech Republic, she comes from a family of dentists and has a lifetime of dentistry experience. When she’s not at work, she loves hiking in the Irish mountains and taking care of her young family.

Lynn Whelan
Lynn Whelan

Lynn qualified as a dental nurse from Cork University Dental School and Hospital in 2007 and has been working at Tramore Dental for many years. She has a keen interest in dental hygiene and restorative treatments, and is always willing to offer advice and guidance to our patients. Outside of work, she is kept busy with her two children and is a devoted hurling fan.

Stephanie Buckley
Stephanie Buckley

Stephanie started working in Tramore Dental in January 2016. Since then, she has taken on a role as dental assistant, as well as helping out on the front desk. She enjoys building a rapport with patients and she strives to ensure that their experience at the practice is a positive one. In her free time, Stephanie is building her dream house and volunteers with the Irish Coast Guard.

Rebecca McCarthy
Rebecca McCarthy

Rebecca joined us in 2020 and is working as Sorcha’s dental nurse. Her previous experience as an airline cabin crew member has given her great customer service skills. In her spare time, she loves to travel, cook for friends and family, and take long walks on the beach.

Jenna Nolan
Jenna Nolan

Jenna has recently joined our team as Zuzana’s nurse. Jenna has extensive work experience in a creche and from this work she has developed an understanding of children, which allows her to help apprehensive children who visit Tramore Dental feel at ease. In her spare time, she loves all aspects of beauty and cosmetics. 

Sharon Moloney
Sharon Moloney

Sharon joined our team in 2017 after graduating as a hygienist from UCC, where she received the Dentsply Best Clinical Skills award. Before becoming a hygienist, she worked as a dental nurse. She specialises in preventive oral hygiene and instructs patients on the most suitable products to use. Outside of work she is kept busy with her two boys, and enjoys swimming, cycling and walks on the beach with her dog.

Fees

As a guide, the costs of some common private treatments are given below. You will be given a full estimate and treatment plan after examination and will be advised of any proposed changes during a course of treatment. Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to ask a member of staff or your dentist.

Treatments Fees
Check-up €45 (Free with PRSI)
Dental Hygiene
Scale and polish From €70 (€15 with PRSI)
Advanced gum treatment (per visit) From €70
Restorations
White (Composite resin) From €90
Silver (Amalgam) From €80
Extractions
Routine Extraction From €95
Surgical Extraction €150
Dentures
Acrylic-based denture €350
Metal-based denture €800
Root canals (including filling) From €400
Crowns
Crowns From  €750

Fees

As a guide, the costs of some common private treatments are given here. You will be given a full estimate and treatment plan after examination and will be advised of any proposed changes during a course of treatment. Should you require any further information, please do not hesitate to ask a member of staff or your dentist.

News

Good dental health may help prevent heart infection from mouth bacteria

May 7th, 2021|0 Comments

Maintenance of good oral health is more important than use of antibiotics in dental procedures for some heart patients to prevent a heart infection caused by bacteria around the teeth, according to a new American Heart Association (AHA) scientific statement published today in the Association's flagship journal, Circulation.

Imbalance in gum bacteria linked to Alzheimer’s disease

May 7th, 2021|0 Comments

Older adults with more harmful than healthy bacteria in their gums are more likely to have evidence for amyloid beta – a key biomarker for Alzheimer's disease – in their cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), according to new research from the New York University College of Dentistry and Weill Cornell Medicine. However, this imbalance in oral bacteria was not associated with another Alzheimer's biomarker called tau.

New drug to regenerate lost teeth

May 7th, 2021|0 Comments

A new study by scientists at Kyoto University and the University of Fukui reports that an antibody for one gene – USAG-1 – can stimulate tooth growth in mice suffering from tooth agenesis, a congenital condition. The paper was published in Science Advances.

How teeth sense the cold

April 15th, 2021|0 Comments

David Clapham, vice president and chief scientific officer of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) in the United States and an international team of scientists have figured out how teeth sense the cold and pinpointed [...]

Contact

Opening hours

Monday – Friday
9.00am – 5.00pm

Emergencies are also catered for at Tramore Dental.