BDS NUI, Cosmetic and Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry (Certificate), MSc (Endodontics) QMUL.
Geraldine graduated from University College Cork in 2009, with an honours degree. She moved to London where she worked for 7 years as a general dental practitioner. During this time, Geraldine undertook many courses and achieved certification in restorative dentistry and she developed her passion for Endodontics and pain management.
Geraldine completed a 3-year Masters programme in Endodontics at Queen Mary University of London. She achieved the highest grade in her year and graduated with distinction. Geraldine is now a guest lecturer to postgraduate students on the Masters programme at Queen Mary University of London.
Geraldine is committed to her Endodontic vocation and attends regular seminars all over Europe and further afield. She is a member of the European Society of Endodontology, British Endodontic Society and the Irish Endodontic Society. She has presented at the British Endodontic Society meetings for her Literature Review on “The use of vital pulp therapy in the treatment of teeth with signs and symptoms of irreversible pulpitis”, and on her Research Project titled “The use of case difficulty assessment forms in Endodontics”. She is currently in the process of publishing both articles in Endodontic Journals.
Geraldine moved back to Dublin in 2016 where she specializes in Endodontics.