History of specialist dental care for over 30 years

This facility is complete with all the latest in Dental Technology to provide the highest standard of dental care in the relaxing surroundings of a beautifully refurbished Georgian House.
Our city centre location offers easy accessibility from all areas of the country and is close to many public transport facilities.

All our staff are fully trained and equipped to deal with all your dental needs in the most caring and professional manner possible.

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B.Dent.Sc. M.F.D.(R.C.S.Ireland) M.Dent.Ch. (D.Univ.) (Prosthodontics)

Dr Edward O’Reilly qualified from Dental School, Trinity College Dublin in 1997. He commenced his professional life with a Junior House Officer role in Dublin Dental Hospital immediately after qualification, which was then followed by both General Dental practice jobs and a Senior House Officer post. This time in general practice allowed Edward to realize that he wanted to go further with his professional training.

Having completed the membership exams to the Royal College of Surgeons at Dublin in 2001, Edward then completed the 3 year full time Masters Programme in Prosthodontics in Dublin Dental School.
He is now working in private practice in Dublin limited to Prosthodontics and Implant Dentistry in Hampton Dental while maintaining a part-time faculty teaching position in the Restorative Department in the Dublin Dental Hospital and School.

Edward also continues to provide a range of continuing dental education lectures and courses for General Dental practitioners.


Dr Ronan Allen qualified from Trinity College Dublin in 2002 and after a year as house officer in the Dublin Dental School, he moved into general dental practice in the Dublin area. During this time he attained his membership examinations from the Royal College of Surgeons before travelling to the United States to complete his 3 year Masters program in Periodontology and Implant Dentistry in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

During this time he was awarded the OMNI fellowship from the American Academy of Periodontology and the Turner Student research award from the American Association for Dental Research. Dr Allen is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and received the 2014 Leslie Salkin award for the highest results in his Board Examinations.

Dr Allen is committed to continuing education; he is a clinical supervisor on the postgraduate course in Periodontology & Implantology in the Dublin Dental School. Annually he presents lectures and offers hands-on courses on both Periodontal and Implant therapy. He is secretary of the Irish Society of Periodontology and member of the Irish Dental Association, the American Academy of Periodontology, and the Academy of Osseointegration.

hygienists: Aisling Byrne Ryan

Starting in dentistry over 10 years ago as a dental nurse, Aisling worked in general and specialised practices in Ireland and Australia. While working in this role, her interest in preventive dentistry grew, motivating her to seek a more hands-on position within the dental team. This led Aisling back to study, training as a Dental Hygienist at Trinity College Dublin, and graduating with honors in 2020. Aisling has also completed courses in oral health, CPR and risk management. Today, Aisling brings practical experience and a commitment to oral health to her work in dentistry.


hygienists: Delia Kelly

Our Dental Hygienist Delia graduated in 2013 as a dental nurse from Trinity College Dublin and worked in a general dental practice for three years. This time in general practice allowed Delia to realise that she wanted to go further with her professional training. Having completed the Dental Hygienist exams, Delia qualified in 2016 from the Dublin Dental University Hospital, Trinity College Dublin with distinction.

She also received the Clinical Excellence Award on graduation. She holds a Dental Council Certificate and is a member of the Irish Dental Hygienist’s Association (IDHA). Delia also attends CPD courses on a yearly basis. Delia has intra oral and panoramic dental radiography qualification as part of the dental hygiene course she also completed a CPD course in 2016 in Implant Assessment & Maintenance in King’s College London training as part of her DDUH course.  

Delia has also completed courses in oral health, CPR  and risk management .  Delia has been working at Hampton Dental since 2016.




hygienists: Kate Conaty

Our Dental Hygienist Kate graduated from Cardiff University in 2012. Following graduation Kate has taken up positions in both general and specialist clinics where she has gained a wealth of experience in more intricate aspects of dentistry. Kate holds a Dental Council Certificate and is a member of the Irish Dental Hygienists Association (IDHA). Kate has completed intra oral and panoramic dental radiography as part of her dental training.

Kate has also completed courses in facial aesthetics, oral health, risk management and CPR.

Kate has been working at Hampton Dental since 2015. Kate strives to ensure that all her patients experience a calm and relaxed atmosphere with emphasis on patient education and a visit tailored to their individual needs.





Most modern, up-to-date and safe treatment

Here at Hampton dental we have designed the clinic to help us provide you with the most modern, up-to-date and safe treatment in a comfortable relaxing environment.

Our centralized sterilization room means we can guarantee with complete confidence the highest standard of cross infection control.

The X-ray facilities are state of the art. We provide both digital intra-oral and panoramic radiographs that are not only extremely accurate but also use the least amount of radiation necessary.

We also have a cone beam 3d scanner to allow us assess and accurately treatment plan all our complex cases. This means both the patient and dentist know exactly what is ahead of them before, during and after surgery.

An exciting new addition to the practice is the arrival of the Trios Digital scanner. We can utilize digital scanning to remove the need for impressions (moulds) when having crown, bridge, veneer and implant work completed.


70 Lower Baggot Street,
Dublin 2
T: 01 661 0701

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From Luas

The nearest station to us is Charlemont, which is a 5-10 minute walk away.

From Dart

The nearest station to us is Grand Canal Dock, which is a 5-10 minute walk away.

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