We love it when you tell your friends that you have had a great experience at Ballincollig Dental, and to thank you for your recommendations we'd like to give you something back.
Each time you recommend a friend who has not previously attended our surgery, and they schedule an appointment, you both get a €10 discount off your next appointment.
To take advantage of this great discount offer, simply complete the form with your details & those of your friend.
When your friend visits us (and brings their €10 off email), we record the same €10 off for your next visit.
There are no limits on the amount of friends you can recommend but we suggest that you let your friend know you're recommending us - and to expect the email.
We look forward to making you and your friend feel great after your dental appointments very soon!
Refer a Friend Dental Offer
Please note - please ask your friend to check their Junk/Spam folder if the email hasn't arrived in 10 minutes
Patients with any of the conditions listed below are entitled to free treatment. Call us today to book your appointment.
Complex Cardiac Conditions:
• Prosthetic Valve
• Previous Endocarditis
• Transplants with valvulopathy
• Certain congenital defects (CHDs):
- Cyanotic congenital heart disease
- Within 1st 6 months of complete repair of congenital heart defect
- Residual defect following repair of Congenital defects
Bleeding Disorders incl. Haemophelia:
• Factor VIII (Haemophelia A)
• Factor IX (Haemophelia B)
• Patients taking Warfarin or similar medication.
• Other bleeding disorders
Prior to treatment for cancer. Those under active treatment by chemotherapy or radiotherapy or under medication prescribed by an oncologist.
Persons with a valid HAA card
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Parkinson's disease
• Acquired Brain Injury
• Cerebral Palsy
Patients with significant immunosuppression problems such as persons with HIV, or persons who are receiving medication as organ transplant recipients
• Down Syndrome
• Cystic Fibrosis
• Malignant Hyperthermia
• Cleft Palate
• Sjogren's Syndrome
• Long Stay Residents of Nursing Homes
• Persons on a methadone therapy programme
Person receiving or due to start intravenous bisphosphonates. Long term high dose oral bisphosphonate cases will be considered on a case by case basis.
Hip/joint replacement & cardiac surgery
Type 1 Diabetes
Person with insulin dependent diabetes
Type II Diabetes
Person with non insulin dependent diabetes
• Persons in receipt of care or services for intellectual disability
• Persons on a register of disability