Dr Dermot J Murnane,
B.A., B.Dent.Sc., F.D.S., F.F.D.(O.S.),R.C.S.I.
Dermot studied dentistry in Trinity College Dublin and graduated in 1992. After 3 years in general dental practice he started training to become an Oral Surgeon, working in Maxillo-Facial Surgery for 3 years.
During the current pandemic routine dental treatment is unsafe. Any close contact even with a dentist must be avoided. Most dental treatments such as cleaning and filling teeth will produce a fine mist of water droplets which will linger in the air for up to 3 hours and if they contain the virus the air is contaminated.
- Surgical Extractions
- Removal of wisdom teeth,
- Exposing teeth in orthodontic patients
- Treatment of Medically Compromised patients
Dr Murnane enrolled in a 3 years Masters Degree course in the Dublin Dental and Mater Hospitals graduating in 2004.
Dr Murnane has
- A Dental Degree from Trinity College Dublin
- A Masters in Oral Surgery from Trinity College Dublin
- A Fellowship in Dental Surgery from the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland
- A Fellowship in Oral Surgery from The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Dr Murnane is
- A founder member of The Irish Association of Oral Surgery (IAOS)
- A member of The British Association of Oral Surgeons (BAOS)
- A member of The Irish Dental Association (IDA)
- A member of The International Affiliation of Tongue Tie Professionals (IATP)
Dr Murnane works both publicly and privately providing an Oral Surgery service. This mostly involves the removal of wisdom teeth and other teeth, enucleation of cysts, excision of small lesions and biopsy. Release of tongue and lip ties with a laser scalpel is a growing area of practice.
Dr Murnane is married to Elaine; they have three young children Aoibhe, Dillon and Dan. They currently live in Nenagh.