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THE FIRST Over The Edge: Open Reading of 2015 takes place in the Galway City Library on Thursday January 22 from 6.30pm to 8pm, with writers Liz Quirke, Michelle Coyne, and Paula Cunningham.
A city based dentist has scooped a prestigious award for his sensitivity and understanding.
Sherry FitzGerald is offering this impressive four bedroom property located at No 133 Ros Caoin, Roscam, a quality housing development built by O'Malley Construction in 2003.
Do you think of your dentist as an ‘emergency room’ where you will only go if you have an excruciating toothache? The economy has made everyone cost conscious, but it is important that people do not cut corners on dental health. When it comes to dentistry, short-term cost cutting measures may actually lead to higher costs in the future. Regular check ups and dental cleanings help people save on costlier treatment in the long run because your dentist can help prevent problems or treat them before they become complicated and costly to fix.
At Forster Court Dental Surgery, you can be sure your teeth will be kept healthy and sparkling for years to come.
At Roscam Family Dental Practice Dr Neysan Chah believes that prevention is one of the best cures and that you are never too young (or old) to start caring for your smile. With that in mind here are three simple steps to help keep your smile looking its best.
In these modern, educated, times a child’s visit to the dentist has become a relaxed and pleasant encounter. An early start will promote healthy dentition and forge a good relationship with the dentist into adulthood.
Dr Rachel King and Dr Eilis O'Hagan, Fr Griffin Avenue, have years of experience in treating young children and recommend that if parents take measures to look after their children’s teeth, they should last them a lifetime.
An advertisement in the Irish Independent in July 1931 invited tenders from competent builders for the erection and completion of the proposed new St Nicholas’ National School in the Claddagh. When the new school was built it was described as “An attractive rectangular building with a red tile roof made by the Galway Brick and Tile Company”. The outdoor toilets were at the end of the playground.
I believe that my grandfather, Ronnie Hackett, was surprised when my grandmother agreed to marry him. He was the youngest of six brothers and four sisters, born in the Blackrock area of Cork city. Many of the brothers having a medical qualification went off to see the world with the British merchant navy. But in their later lives all came back to Cork, and enjoyed a happy life fishing and shooting, and a little bit of medicine. Indeed there are several family stories about a brother’s wife apologising to a full waiting room for her husband’s abrupt departure ‘on an urgent medical matter’. Whereas in fact, the call was from another brother to come fishing.