A report published in the Irish Times this week highlights some of the issues that are faced by dental care professionals in Ireland.
This article is based on the first part of the article.
The report was published in English, but in its entirety the Irish language version is available on the internet.
The article also features information on how to get advice on your own dental care needs, as well as how to report dental problems and how to contact the Dental Health Agency (DHA).
The article covers dental health, dental care for the elderly and dental care in general.
What’s the latest news on dentistry?
As of October 2018, the DHA is working to develop an oral health plan for Ireland.
The plan is expected to be released in the early 2020s.
Topics covered in the oral health section include oral health in children, oral health for older adults, oral care for seniors and people with disabilities.
There is also a section on oral health to consider for adults.
The DHA will also be looking at dental care and other health related topics.
As of September 2018, there were 2,200 dental practices in Ireland, including 1,000 dental services for the dental care profession.
This is down from 2,500 in 2015.
As the population grows, the need for more dental professionals is expected.
Topics include the growing demand for dental care, the cost of dental care at a national level, and the growing number of people with dental problems.
The number of dental practices has increased from 935 in 2014 to 940 in 2018.
The total number of dentists in Ireland rose from 3,819 in 2014.
As a result, there are more dentists practising than ever before.
It’s estimated that by 2021, there will be 2.6 million dentists.
What do the dental professionals say?
The Dental Association of Ireland (DAI) is one of the major dental associations in Ireland and its members are the dental staffs, dentists and dental technicians.
They represent a diverse group of professionals in the dental profession.
DAI’s general secretary is Mr Patrick O’Connor, who is based in Cork, and he heads up its professional standards and governance.
Mr O’Connell is also the DAI chairperson.
DAA’s general president is Mr Brendan Ryan, who lives in Dublin.
The union is also represented by the DAA medical services division, the dental and dental surgery division, and its dental and general dental health divisions.
The general secretary of the DCAI, Mr Martin O’Leary, lives in Mayo.
The association’s regional secretary is Dr Mary Ann Fitzgerald, who also works as the regional president for the North East and South West regions.
The secretary of its dental services division is Mr Anthony Quinn, who works in Dublin and has lived in Mayo since the 1990s.
The director of the dental surgery and dental hygiene division is Dr Richard McIlroy, who has worked as a dental surgeon and general dentist in the region for 30 years.
Other key issues covered in this article include the DFA’s dental care policies, dental health and dental health services, the impact of a growing number and types of dental problems, and how dental care can help people living with dental conditions.