Dr Micheal McAuliffe graduated with honours from Cork University Dental School and Hospital in 2005. He subsequently worked in Edinburgh for three years, spending one year in general practice and two years in a hospital setting, within an oral and maxillofacial surgery unit.
While in Edinburgh he gained his Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He then returned home to Ireland where he spent one year in the Oral and Maxillofacial surgery unit in the Mid-Western Regional Hospital Limerick. Following this, Dr McAuliffe returned to Cork University Dental School and Hospital where began a three year specialist training programme in oral surgery.
He has completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching and Learning from UCC and gained his Fellowship of the Faculty of Dental Surgery (in Oral Surgery) at the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland. His doctoral research involved the detailed characterisation of pain following lower third molar surgery, in both the immediate and delayed post-operative phases. He graduated with honours, receiving his Doctorate in Clinical Dentistry in Oral Surgery in February 2013.
- Surgical and non-surgical extractions
- Third molar surgery
- Pre-orthodontic surgery
- Pre-prosthetic surgery
- Bone-grafting (block and guided bone regeneration ) and sinus-lifting
- Soft tissue management and biopsies
- Management of cysts
- Treatment will be provided under local anaesthetic, local anaesthetic with IV sedation, and general anaesthetic where appropriate