Swords Orthodontics
17 Main St, Swords, Co Dublin, Ireland

Irish Dentistry's Practice of the Year Dublin 2015

...and the winner is...

Swords Orthodontics won the 2015 Irish Dentistry's Practice of the Year award for Dublin, and we were delighted

We were delighted to be declared Irish Dentistry's Practice of the Year Dublin 2015 - this happened at the Mansion House Dublin on January 30th and it was one of the last awards announced on the night. Earlier, we'd been highly commended as Irish Dentistry's Best Employer but nothing had prepared us for the announcement that we'd won this massive award. 

Swords Orthodontics were at the event and as usual all dressed up for the evening with all the gang looking super glamorous like a James Bond movie. One of the other people at our table said he wished he could have videoed our faces when they called our name out - such was the surprise and delight.

Cheers! Team Swords Ortho at the Irish Dentistry Awards where the practice was declared Irish Dentistry's Practice of the Year in Dublin

So we went up and collected our Irish Dentistry Award and it now sits on the reception desk at work. We also received a bottle of Champagne from the sponsors Denplan, which still hasn't been drunk as we are saving it for a special occasion when all the team are back at work...preferably to be enjoyed with a few samosas at our favourite Indian restaurant!

Winner's trophy for Irish Dentistry's Practice of the Year in Dublin and certificate for being Highly Commended as Employer of the Year

I think one of the reasons that this is special to us is that in order to win, we had to do better than many large practices in the biggest city in the country- many of which do every kind of dentistry including orthodontics, and some of which even have older, more experienced orthodontists than Dr Murray.

Team Swords Ortho all on their phones to spread the good news after their win at Irish Dentistry's Awards Ceremony

We have been finalists in the awards every year we have entered, and it's always a great event to go to in the Irish Dental Calendar. This year round, the celebrations went on a bit longer than usual and I think I got to bed at 04.30 and had to get up again soon after for a dental conference organised by the Irish Dental Association (IDA) in Croke Park the same morning.

Stephen, Marie and Bogdan from Swords Orthodontics at the beginning of the Irish Dentistry Awards Gala


All's well that ends well!
















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As part of Phase One of the National Reopening, Swords Orthodontics is now resuming routine orthodontic treatment.
There will be a few differences in how we do this specifically to deal with coronavirus, but you'll still be getting great orthodontic treatment.
We'll be in touch to reorganise your appointments, please don't attend without an appointment.