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  • Tax Relief on Private Treatment - Orthodontic Society of Ireland
    News Media Coverage Media Coverage 2013 Events Contact Patients Overview Frequently Asked Questions Why Straighten Teeth Orthodontic Treatment Tips Orthodontic Emergencies HSE Treatment Tax Relief on Private Treatment Glossary Tax Relief on Private Treatment Tax Relief In Ireland taxpayers can obtain tax relief for orthodontic treatment of family members To claim this relief a taxpayer files a Med 2 Form along with his or her regular tax return Download the

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  • Lingual Braces, Lingual appliances, Crooked teeth, Straightening - OSI
    a lower tooth Crowding Where there are too many teeth for the space available in the mouth Deepbite When the overbite is excessive Elastics Usually made of latex and used to move the teeth May be placed between the upper lower jaws in which case they are usually removable changed by the patient Expander A device used to widen the jaw usually the upper jaw May be incorporated as part of a removable appliance or may be stuck directly to the teeth using fixed bands Functional Brace A brace that may be fixed removable or a combination It is used usually in growing patients only and utilises the forces generated by the patient s own muscles to perform its function Impressions A means of getting a permanent record of the teeth A soft material is placed around the teeth is then allowed to set over a period of 1 2 minutes then sent to the laboratory where a set of permanent models are made Implant An orthodontic implant is a small metal screw that is screwed into the bone to allow a force to be applied while keeping it free of other teeth It is usually placed for only a few months Also known as a Temporary Anchorage device TAD or as a Bone Anchorage device BAD Lingual Braces A type of fixed braces where brackets are placed on the tongue side of the teeth Malocclusion A general term for poor alignment of teeth or jaws May be due to any combination of spacing crowding or poor bone relationships Malocclusion Class I malocclusion Where the upper and lower jaws are well balanced but the teeth are crowded or spaced Malocclusion Class 2 malocclusion Where the upper jaw is relatively far forwards compared to the lower jaw Crowding or spacing of

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  • Case Studies - Orthodontic Society of Ireland
    Emma was diagnosed as a priority for orthodontic treatment to correct her prominent front teeth and recessive jaw at the local HSE clinic but she faced a three year wait for treatment At the time her parents did think that Emma would have priority on the waiting list Read more Edel Godfrey Dublin treated by Dr Katherine Condren When I was in fifth or sixth class I remember getting a tooth taken out that was growing sideways in my gum It was an eye tooth so an important tooth but it was actually growing up inside my gum and I couldn t actually see it Read more Adam McCaffrey 19 treated by Dr Sinead O Hanrahan When I was sixteen years of age I had four of my front teeth accidentally knocked out during a football match I was playing in goal and went down to save a ball but I was hit in the mouth by the striker from another team By coincidence there was a dentist Read more Deirbhile Moran 18 treated by Dr Sinead O Hanrahan From the age of seven years when the dentist advised my mum I was very conscious that I had an overlapping

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  • Membership - Orthodontic Society of Ireland
    is the representative voice of orthodontists in Ireland The OSI is the representative voice of orthodontists in Ireland and through it we connect to the world community of orthodontists As the group that represents most orthodontists in Ireland we update our members regularly on political and educational issues Our website provides information to current and prospective patients and allows our members to stand together as a collective group representing the speciality of orthodontics and standing for excellence in orthodontic treatment in Ireland Members can list their own private practices on the OSI website enabling patients to find an OSU member near to them for their orthodontic treatment In addition to the website listing other benefits of membership include Being part of an advocacy group representing members interests Reduced registration fees for the two OSI scientific conferences yearly The opportunity to provide input as to the topics and speakers selected to present at the meetings thereby ensuring lecture topics are current and relevant to member s interests Opportunity to view trade stands at the conferences Peer recognition of acceptance by fellow orthodontists Enjoying a social outlet to meet other orthodontists to share stories get advice on personnel business clinical issues Forum

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  • Overbite,Overjet,Buck Teeth,Bucked Teeth,Eye teeth - OSI
    of dentists registered in Ireland The Association works to promote the advancement of the interests of the dental profession and promoting the well being of our country s population through the attainment of optimum oral health Dental Council Ireland An Chomhairle Fiacloireachta the Dental Council was established under the provisions of the Dentists Act 1985 Irish Statute Book Its general concern is to promote high standards of professional education and professional conduct among dentists The main functions assigned to the Council include the maintenance and publication of a Register of Dental Specialists including Orthodontists and to provide for the registration and the retention of dentists names in these registers World Federation of Orthodontists The purpose of the WFO is to advance the art and science of Orthodontics throughout the world Its aims include encourage high standards in orthodontics throughout the world promote orthodontic research disseminate scientific information promote desirable standards of training and certification for orthodontists European Orthodontic Society The European Orthodontic Society EOS was formed in 1907 Its aim is to advance all aspects of orthodontics and its relations with the collateral arts and sciences for the public benefit European Federation for Orthodontic Specialists and Associations The European Federation

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  • Members Area - Orthodontic Society of Ireland
    Orthodontic Emergencies HSE Treatment Tax Relief on Private Treatment Glossary Case Studies Membership Associations Societies Members Area News Media Coverage Media Coverage 2013 Events Contact Associations Societies Members Area Members Area You are required to login to view this page

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  • News Archives - Orthodontic Society of Ireland
    projected at a staggering 3 6 billion by 2015 Britain s oldest and largest surgical Royal College has today issued a stark warning about the long term consequences of certain quick fix supposedly cosmetic dentistry treatments Controversial debates have been Read More Be aware of quick fix clinics Posted on September 17 2014 March 5 2015 by OSI The OSI which represents the majority of orthodontists in Ireland is warning people against attending quick fix braces clinics as part of its inaugural awareness campaign Orthodontists who represent a highly specialized and valued branch of dentistry are growing increasingly concerned at reports of patients dissatisfied with the results of treatments used by some cosmetic Read More Dental services of the 1950s Leinster Express Posted on July 24 2013 October 7 2014 by Aideen Published on 18 07 2013 16 39 Sinn Féin T D Brian Stanley has again raised the dire situation regarding dental and orthodontic services for young children with the Minister for Health and the HSE Dental services for primary school children in the midlands have regressed to 1950s standards which will only lead to associated health problems in later life he Read More Orthodontic Waiting Times Cosmetic Dentistry

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  • Media Coverage - Orthodontic Society of Ireland
    a person should take if they are considering orthodontic treatment the role of the GP versus that of the specialist orthodontist what people can expect from treatment the benefits and cost of that treatment and where people can go for further information Rebecca Jowett a 27 year old lady from Dublin who bought a coupon for six month brace treatment on the website GROUPON had a very difficult experience and is now availing of remedial treatment under the care of Dr Michael Gibson Specialist Orthodontist 21 May 2015 Sligo Weekender Letter to the Editor Beware of dental quick fixes 15 May 2015 Dungarvan Observer Letter to the Editor Quick fix orthodontic treatment 8 May 2015 Irish Examiner Letter to the Editor Don t be taken in by dentists offering a quick fix cheap brace April 2015 Irish Times Gloss Magazine Brace Yourself 20 Jan 2015 Irish Times Health Plus Irish Times Health Plus I was shy when my jaw overlapped and now I never stop talking 05 Nov 2014 Limerick Post Many Limerick people don t clean their teeth properly 24 Oct 2014 Irish Examiner Why Sinead has a big smile for everyone 18 Oct 2014 The Journal ie I

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