It’s not a very frequent question but all the same it is a very important question. Is your surgery wheelchair accessible and the answer is yes.
Wheelchair Accessible Surgery
The waiting room is wheelchair friendly and all the surgeries are on the ground floor. The surgeries are accessed by a small step but we have a ramp for this step should it be needed.
Another question asked frequently is does a patient have to transfer to the dental chair for all procedures?
Again, the answer is not straightforward. For some dental procedures transfer to the dental chair is not very important and example of these would be denture procedures. Other work such as fillings crowns extractions its best to transfer to the dental chair.
Being a wheelchair user should never get in the way of a patient receiving the highest level of treatment.
Pay per hour parking is located in the church car park next door to us. This is charged at €2 per hour. This is done via parking people found at http://parkingpeople.ie/pay-display/
Payment can be made in coins at the carpark or via their app.
The church in question is the cathedral of St Mary and St Anne better known to locals as the North Cathedral. The cathedral is less than a minutes’ walk from our front door and there are disability parking bays present.