We are a friendly, efficient practice with an attitude of perfection towards our work. Nothing less is good enough when it comes to your mouth! We have up-to-date state of the art equipment. We love to see children attending, and have a DVD playing on a screen where they can see it while lying in the dental chair. This is great distraction, and is also useful for adults who might need it!
We extend a kind, gentle & understanding attitude towards all our patients, as we see them as people first, and then patients who may be in need of our expertise.
Our Dentists and Dental Staff
Dr Leila Kingston
Dr Patricia Ryan
Dr Alice Cleary
Dr Leila Kingston, B.D.S. NUI
Leila qualified in 2001 from Cork University Dental School and Hospital. She worked in the UK before returning to Cork to establish Ballincollig Dental practice in 2004. Leila has developed her practice to include state-of-the-art equipment and the most advanced treatment options for your comfort and benefit. Leila is a committee member of the branch of Irish Dental Association.
Dr Patricia Ryan, B.D.S NUI
Patricia's dental journey started out in 2004 where she studied Dental Hygiene in Dublin Dental University Hospital.In 2006 she qualified and worked successfully in private practice for 5 years.In 2011 she returned to Trinity College Dublin to study Dental Science.Upon qualifying she returned to her native Tipperary and returned to work in private practice for a few years.She continues to keep her skills upto date with regular courses and CPD.Outside of dentistry she enjoys the gym,hikes and likes to follow rugby and hurling.Patricia enjoys all aspects of dentistry and is looking forward to meeting you and your family at Ballincollig Dental.
Dr. Alice Cleary B.D.S NUI
Alice graduated from University College Cork in 2009, and with a wealth of experience and postgraduate training, has recently returned to her hometown of Cork to join the team at Ballincollig Dental. She has worked for many years in a private general practice in Cornwall and enjoys all areas of preventive and restorative dentistry. During that time she also enjoyed a year working in Australia, including time spent in the remote location of Thursday Island, providing emergency dental care for this isolated community.
Alice has a keen interest in helping adult patients, of all ages, achieve more confidence in their smile. She can help patients with this goal, through the use of short-term, cosmetic braces for teeth-straightening as a certified provider of the Six Month Smiles system.
In 2017, Alice undertook additional full-time training at Cardiff University, so that she could offer patients more treatment options for replacing missing teeth, and successfully completed her MSc in Dental Implantology in September 2018 with Distinction. She is also a member of the International Team for Implantology (ITI).
Outside of work, Alice enjoys yoga, swimming and a cup of tea with a good book.