Jessop Street

Welcome to Jessop Street Dental,
Portlaoise, Co Laois!

We Change Lives, Not Just Smiles.

Our experienced team lead by Dr Paul Conroy would be pleased to care for your family’s dental needs.

Jessop Street
Jessop Street

Brighter Smiles Through Better Dentistry

IN Jessop Street Dental Practice,

Jessop Street

We believe you’ll feel better when you have our undivided attention. Every appointment at our office is relaxed to give you the 1-on-1 care your health and smile deserve.

Portlaoise dentist, Dr Paul Conroy, takes pride in looking after many generations of the same families in Portlaoise, Laois and surrounding counties at our state-of-the-art dental surgery in Portlaoise.


Exceptional care for the COVID era

Your safety is our top priority. We’re open to our full range of services only because we’re confident in our ability to provide you with the high-quality dental care you trust, while at the same time exceeding the best standards for safety and hygiene that the COVID era demands.
We’ve rethought each step of our appointment process to ensure that your visit will minimize your interactions with other people, your contact with different surfaces, and your time in the practice. We’ve instituted new safety protocols that ensure that each of our visitors must wear a mask and arrive alone.
Our commitment to you remains the same during the COVID era as it’s always been: To deliver seamless, modern care that helps keep you safe, healthy, and smiling.

Make an appointment before entering surgery
**Please wear a mask into surgery**
Reception will guide you through protocol

Jessop Street
Jessop Street

Patient Stories

see what people have to say

“I have been a patient of Jessop Street Dental Practice for 12 years now. I have found Paul and his staff to be caring, friendly, gentle and accommodating. I have received a very high standard of dental care over the years and would recommend the clinic unreservedly to anyone.”

“I brought my 8 year old daughter to Jessop Street Dental Practice after a friend recommended Paul to me. My daughter was extremely nervous of dentists but Paul alleviated her anxieties with his excellent way with kids. She now has no problem visiting Paul and his team.”

“Paul and his team have always been very accommodating to me especially when I needed emergency treatment recently after getting injured during a football match. Paul had no hesitation coming to my assistance during out of office hours. I cannot recommend Jessop Street Dental Practice enough.”

“Having undergone dental treatment under the care of Dr Paul Conroy over a period of 6-9 months, I cannot recommend his practice highly enough. Not only was I treated in a very extremely professional manner but the level of care and personal level of attention was second to none.”

Frequently Asked Questions

To get answers to your questions you can check the answers provided in the FAQ section here or by visiting relevant pages of our website. If you still have questions feel free to use our Contact Form or give us a call.

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How often should I visit the dentist?

It is recommended that you visit your dentist and hygienist at least twice a year. This allows for both proactive and preventive measures to be taken to maintain your oral hygiene.


My gums bleed when I brush them what should I do?

Bleeding gums are often the sign of a mild infection. If your gums consistently bleed when your brush them it is important to visit your dentist so we can arrange a treatment plan.


Am I to old to get braces?

You are never too old for perfect teeth. Many adults now receive braces and Invisalign to correct teeth and movements that occurred during childhood. Contact the team today and we can discuss your treatment plan.


Do I need my wisdom teeth removed?

Each patient is different, although the third molars often cause pain and discomfort they do not always need to be removed. Contact your dentist if there is persistent pain or you feel you would like them removed.


I have a chipped tooth can it be repaired?

Chipped teeth are a common occurrence especially for those who play sports. Depending on the locations of the chipped tooth there are several treatments available from filing and cleaning the tooth, to replacement crowns and caps.


When should I bring my child to the dentist?

We recommend bringing your child to the dentist as soon as their first tooth appears. This will get them used to the dental clinic environment, it will also allow us to provide care and treatment should it be required.