Irish Society of Dentistry for Children

The ISDC was established in 1961 to further the oral health of children. This Society is dedicated to promoting good oral health among children & teenagers in Ireland. We believe in the prevention of dental disease & the development of a positive attitude towards dental care in our young population.

If you would like to connect with a national network of oral health care professionals who are passionate about the oral health and well-bring of children in Ireland, then the ISDC is for you. 
 
Membership benefits include attendance at our annual conference, with the opportunity to meet your colleagues, as well as regular notifications regarding issues of relevance.

This Society is dedicated to promoting good oral health among children & teenagers in Ireland.

We have over 100 members representing dentists & their teams working in universities, hospitals, the community (HSE) and also private practice settings, forming a network of individuals experienced in the area of paediatric dentistry both clinical and/or research.

The ISDC contributes to the progress and promotion of dental health for children and encourages research in this field.

The ISDC organizes regular scientific meetings, providing a forum for exchange & discussion of information & research in paediatric dentistry. Visiting speakers are invited to help keep Irish dentists up to date and well informed on new aspects of caring for child patients.

The ISDC was established 40 years ago.

Read account of the ISDC by the first chairman, Professor Dennis O'Mullane

History of the ISDC

The first meeting was held in the Dairy Science lecture theatre, University Dental School & Hospital, Cork in October 1971.

ISDC Annual Scientific Meeting

Thursday 16th May 2019
The Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise
Theme: "Trauma Review – What's new and what should I do?"

ISDC Annual Scientific Meeting

5 CPD Points
Pre-registration
Tickets from €30-100
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