Station House Dental Practice is located on Pearse Road in Letterkenny. Our priority is high quality Dentistry delivered with a friendly manner. At Station House Dental Practice, our patients always come first.
We provide a full range of dental care, from preventative treatment to restorative and cosmetic treatment. Our modern and relaxed practice has been designed with patient comfort in mind.
In December 2003 Dr Paddy McKibben opened his Dental Practice on the Port Road in Letterkenny. In October 2007 Dr Paddy McKibben, along with his business partner Dr David O'Connor moved the practice to its current location at Station House on the Pearse Road, and quickly established itself as a leading Dental Practice in the North West. Station House Dental Practice is supported by a team of fully qualified clinical and administrative staff.
I cannot recommend this practice highly enough. Everyone from the lovely friendly receptionists to my wonderful dentist Paddy, give excellent first class professional care
Dr Paddy McKibben graduated from Queens University Belfast, in July 1999, with honours. He gained distinctions in Medicine and Surgery, Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics. He was also awarded the prestigious Ralph J Smyth prize for the best performance and caring approach in Conservative Dentistry, and the John Clarke memorial prize for achieving the highest standards in Clinical Prosthetic Dentistry.
Subsequently, Paddy completed a three year postgraduate course and was awarded a Diploma in Postgraduate Dental Studies from the University of Bristol in 2005. Paddy continues to be involved in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and attends seminars and conferences throughout Ireland and the UK on a regular basis.
Paddy worked in Derry City and Buncrana before opening his own practice on the Port Road, Letterkenny. The surgery relocated in October 2007 to its present location at Station House, Pearse Road Letterkenny.
Paddy has been nominated on several occasions for the Sensodyne Sensitive Dentist of the year
Dr. David O’Connor graduated from Queen’s University, Belfast, in 1999. Like Paddy, David also completed a three year postgraduate course and was awarded a Diploma in PostgraduateDental Studies from the University of Bristol in 2005. David also continues to be involved in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) and attends seminars and conferences throughout Ireland and the UK on a regular basis.
David worked in Derry and Buncrana as an Associate dentist before joining Station House Dental Practice in October, 2007.
Outside of dentistry David is a keen triathlete. He has competed at all distances up to and including Ironman. He regularly competes in many local events both in Donegal and Derry.
Like Paddy, David has also been nominated on several occasions for the Sensodyne Sensitive Dentist of the year