3Dental launches new website at birthday bash

By Maurice Garvey 

THE dental clinic 3Dental has recently launched a new website to celebrate their third anniversary.

Since opening in 2016, the company has invested more than €10 million into its modern clinics on the Naas Road and in Limerick, employing 90 people.

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Dr Peter Doherty, Dr Paul O' Connell and Dr Niall Vallely

3Dental owner’s Dr Niall Vallely, Dr Peter Doherty and Dr Paul O’Connell described themselves as “extremely proud” celebrating three years in business with a special birthday bash where they launched their new website.

The friends and Trinity College graduates opened 3Dental in 2016 to combat the growing dental tourism trade and offer Irish people a competitive alternative to travelling abroad for dental treatments, surgery and other dental procedures.

Dr Doherty said: “The last three years have flown by and we have watched 3Dental go from strength to strength. We have built a fantastic team with wonderful professionals – we cannot thank all of them enough for sharing this dream with us. 

Dr Vallely said: “It is a proud moment when you realise that you are part of something that has changed the way people look at dental care in Ireland – just recently we had a patient fly over from England to have work carried out here in Dublin, three years ago people were leaving the country to have dental procedures and now they are travelling here to have treatment, it is really amazing.”

Dr O’Connell added: “Myself, Niall and Peter are thrilled that we can celebrate this milestone with our dedicate staff, supportive families and loyal customers.”

For further details visit the 3Dental website HERE

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