Teeth Cleaning for only €15 with your PRSI!

Don’t Miss Out On Claiming Your Annual Cleaning Benefit for 2017!

The government has announced the reintroduction of an annual cleaning through PRSI.

Bowe Dental Clinic in Roxboro are offering patients a subsidised cleaning through their PRSI.

Instead of patients paying the €60, once PRSI approved their 30 minute cleaning with one of our hygienists is now ONLY €15.

Patients are entitled to this reduced fee through their PRSI once a year, and as we are coming to the final months of 2017 we want everyone to be aware to avail of this years cleaning as they will be entitled to another cleaning at the reduced rate in 2018.

Call 061 608 186 with your PPS number where a member of staff will be happy to check you are entitled to your prsi cleaning and get your smile ready for Christmas.

Nominations Open for Sensodyne Sensitive Dentist of the Year Awards!

Nominations Open for Sensodyne Sensitive Dentist of the Year Awards

Nominate your dentist and be in with a chance to win €1,500!

To recognise and celebrate the exceptional patient care of the Irish dental profession, Sensodyne and the Journal of the Irish Dental Association are searching for the 2017 Sensodyne Sensitive Dentist and Dental Team of the Year.

Patients are invited to nominate their dentist and/or dental team for outstanding care. If you wish to nominate your dentist or dental team you could BE IN WITH A CHANCE TO WIN €1,500!

Closing date for entries this year is midnight September 30 and you can nominate your dentist by filling in the form at the address below.


Nursing Home Patients Are Having Up To 20 Teeth Extracted Due To a High Sugar Diet and Lack of Dental Care!

A recent article from the Irish Dental Association has said that patients who reside in a nursing home are having up to 20 teeth extracted due to a high sugar diet and lack of dental care.

Gifting sweets and sugary drinks to the patients along with having a diet high in sugary foods is causing untold damage to the oral health of thousands.

Many of these patients are taking medications which can cause dry mouth, this also accelerates dental decay.

A low sugar message should be sent out to all healthcare professionals and appropriate oral health training programs should be made mandatory.

Where possible, family members of the patients should bring them into the dental clinic for regular check ups and cleanings.

We Are Now Stocking a Range of Electric Toothbrushes!

Phillips Sonicare Electric Toothbrush for Kids


Bowe Dental Clinic are now stocking a range of electric toothbrushes for both adults and children. As part of the range, we stock the Philips Sonicare Toothbrush for Kids. The toothbrush offers maximum plaque removal, sonic technology and connects via blue-tooth to an app transforming brushing time into fun time! Children are rewarded for regular brushing and the app can track to ensure all areas of the mouth are reached.

Electric toothbrushes are designed to encourage your child to brush for longer. Sonic technology helps remove up to 75% more plaque vs a manual toothbrush.

SPECIAL OFFER: €65.00 which includes 2 brush heads and 8 handle stickers so kids can create their own custom look!

Ask any of our staff or phone 061 608 186 for details.

How to Claim 20% Tax Back on Your Non-Routine Dentistry

Claim 20% Tax Back on Dental Expenses

Med 2 Form – Patients be informed!!

Many patients are unaware that they can claim back 20% on most non-routine dentistry through a Med 2 Form. Simply ask us if your treatments qualify to claim your tax back and leave the filling out of your Med 2 up to us.

Why leave it unclaimed? It is your money for the taking!

Here is the list of the specific dental expenses you can claim tax back on below.

  • Crowns
  • Veneers
  • Tip Replacing
  • Post and Core Build ups
  • Inlays
  • Root canals
  • Periodontal treatment
  • Orthodontic treatment
  • Surgical extraction of impacted wisdom teeth
  • Bridgework

How to Claim Tax Back On Qualifying Dental Expenses

To claim tax back for non-routine dental expenses your dentist must complete a Med 2 Form which is essentially a receipt for your dental expenses.

You do not need to send your Med 2 to Revenue, but you should keep it in your records. You may be requested to provide it if Revenue need to check your claim.

You then claim the dental expenses by claiming health expenses as usual at the end of the tax year and supplying the figure for dental expenses.

For more information see the Revenue website http://www.revenue.ie/en/personal-tax-credits-reliefs-and-exemptions/health-and-age/health-expenses/dental-expenses.aspx or the Citizens’ Information website http://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/money_and_tax/tax/income_tax_credits_and_reliefs/taxation_and_medical_expenses.html

All-On-4 Testimonial

We recently received this lovely testimonial from one of our All-On-4 patients. Thanks so much for your kind words Randa, we love hearing about the incredible difference this procedure makes to our patients lives!

If you are missing all of your natural teeth and want to find out more about how All-On-4 Implant Supported Dentures (also knows as Teeth-In-A-Day) can dramatically change YOUR life you can find out more here or CONTACT US on 061 608 186 for more information and to schedule a FREE CONSULTATION.



All-On-4 Testimonial

Digital Dentistry Revolution Comes To The Mid-West

Digital dentistry revolution comes to the Mid-West as Bowe Dental Clinic invests in 3D Digital CT scanner in it’s latest expansion phase which you can read about in this weeks Limerick Post.. and we are not stopping there!

Dr Bowe recently returned from London after completed a Dental and Maxillofacial Radiology postgraduate education course to learn further skills and bring back the most advanced and proven techniques to Limerick.

This non invasive scanning technique combined with 3D Digital software allows Dr Bowe to asses the patients mouth and perform virtual surgery in a high tech virtual world.

Bowe Dental Clinic now has the scanning machine, the 3D software and the clinical skills to interpret the scans. We are better prepared and have a better understanding of each patients unique circumstances than ever before. Continue reading

Did You Know Tax Relief is available in respect of non-routine dental treatments?

Many people are unaware that there are a number of tax reliefs that you can claim depending on the type of dental treatment you undergo.

Any individual claiming relief for non-routine dental treatment must hold a validated Med 2 Form (more information here). A member of our clinic’s reception team will be happy to organize this for you.

Dental Treatments for which Tax Relief is Allowable:

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