HIGH QUALITY dentistRY in kells
Welcome to REVA Dental Kells. We are a modern general & specialist dental clinic located on Bective Square in the heart of Kells.
The practice was established by Dr. Denis Coughlan in 2002 with the philosophy that patients should be able to access an outstanding level of dental care in a single practice. To this end Dr. Coughlan drew together a group of colleagues with various special interests and the practice has developed into a fully equipped dental treatment centre offering a full range of dental treatments and utilising only the very best in techniques, materials and laboratories, all offered in a friendly, high quality environment.
Why not get in touch today and see for yourself?
Bective Square, Townparks, Kells
Monday 8.00am – 6.00pm
Tuesday 8.00am – 8.00pm
Wednesday 8.00am – 6.00pm
Thursday 8.00am – 6.00pm
Friday 8.00am – 5.00pm
Saturday 8.00am – 3.00pm
New patients welcome
Parking: Please note, there is plenty of disc parking available outside the clinic.
LATEST TREATMENTS AND OFFERS
Need a single tooth or multiple teeth replaced, or want more secure dentures? There is simply no better way than to get dental implants at REVA Dental Kells. With treatment carried out in-house by specialist Periodontist Dr. Lochlann Walsh you could not be in better hands.
ROOT CANAL TREATMENT
Endodontist Dr. Adrian Stewart offers an in-house endodontic service to our patients as well as a referral service from other practices.
If you have a dental emergency please let us know. We see patients experiencing pain or trauma on the same day & will ensure your discomfort is relieved as quickly as possible.
We operate a dedicated hygienist service. Your hygiene treatment will include a thorough ultrasonic scaling and polishing of your teeth along with comprehensive oral care advice.
REVA DENTAL BLOG
When is the best time to visit the dentist for a check up and clean during pregnancy?
Your smile is a strong reflector of your personality and self-confidence. If you are conscious of tooth discolouration, chipping, gaps, crooked or missing teeth, you may be reluctant to smile naturally.
The terms ‘crown’ or ‘cap’ are used to define a dental restoration or tooth restoration that covers the entire tooth surface. At Crescent Dental the placement of dental crowns is a common and routine dental procedure.
Dental decay is caused by the presence of undisturbed dental plaque biofilm in your mouth.
Do you abstain from going out on social occasions because you are embarrassed by your smile? Are your teeth discoloured, chipped, cracked or broken?
The popular (and excellent) CBC Radio show in Canada, ‘Quirks & Quarks’ runs an occasional feature where they present a commonly held belief and put it to the test.
Feeling happy? Go ahead and smile — but know that you may be telling others more about yourself than you think.
The A-List in Hollywood is filled with beautiful people – and the ‘Hollywood smile’ is famous around the world as an essential facet of red carpet beauty.
Whether you have lost all your teeth, a few of them, or even just one tooth, dental implants should be considered as an option for your oral rehabilitation program.
Veneers are very thin pieces of durable, tooth shaped porcelain that are custom made (for shape and colour) by your dentist
A dental crown is a tooth-shaped "cap" that is placed over a tooth covering the tooth to restore its shape, size, strength, and to improve its appearance.
Gum diseases, also known as periodontal diseases, are bacterial infections involving the gums and sometimes the bone that surrounds a tooth.
Wisdom teeth are no different than other teeth, except that they are the last ones to grow into the mouth.
What if you could prevent tooth decay from forming in your own or your children’s teeth and avoid having to endure the dentist drill?
The Irish Dental Association has expressed serious concern that a number of businesses which offer tooth whitening services here in Ireland could be operating illegally.
Ingraining good dental habits in your children will prevent you from having to take too many trips to the dentist later in their lives.
A root canal is a treatment used to repair and save a tooth that is badly decayed or becomes infected.
Each year approximately 10,000 primary school children in Ireland damage one or more of their front permanent teeth.
Teaching your child proper oral care at a young age is an investment in his or her health that will pay lifelong dividends.
According to the Dental Trivia section of dentist.ie (the Irish Dental Association website), only 46% of households purchase toothbrushes.
Bruxism is an increasingly common condition where people gnash or grind their teeth, sometimes unconsciously, clenching them together to the point where it causes headaches, damaged teeth and jaw pain.
One out of every four people is afraid of the dentist. It’s a surprisingly common fear, despite state-of-the-art technology and increased dental awareness in Ireland.
The Irish Dental Association welcomes the passing of a directive from the EU Council regulating the use of Hydrogen Peroxide, the chemical used in tooth-whitening products.
We often see patients in the clinic who, despite having no major dental issues, are unhappy with the shade and appearance of their teeth.
Dental technology has advanced enormously over the past two decades, and today there is a large range of choices, for patients and dentists alike, when it comes to filling cavities.
The medical name for bad breath is halitosis and usually results from poor dental habits. Keeping your mouth and teeth clean is important, here's why.
For ideal oral health, it’s important to understand the process by which your diet can affect your health so that you can improve your diet and eating patterns with better oral health in mind.