Registration for Dentists:
There are two types of registration available, full and temporary.
1. Full registration in the Register of Dentists for Ireland is available to the following:
2.1. Temporary registration is available to persons, not eligible for full registration, provided they meet the following conditions:
2.2. Temporary registration is granted for up to one year in the first instance but it may be extended for further periods provided that the aggregate of periods of temporary registration does not exceed five years.
2.3. Applications for temporary registration will only be considered where applicants produce evidence of an offer of a training post, an offer of a teaching appointment or an invitation to give a course.
2.4. Candidates for Temporary Registration must provide:
This Degree certificate and letter of good standing, if in a language other than in English, should be translated into the English language and duly notarised. Both the copy of the original and translation should be forwarded. Letters of good standing must have issued within the three months preceding the date it is received by the Dental Council.
3. Applications for registration will only be accepted directly from the applicant. The Dental Council will not discuss applications for registration with third parties.