Siobhan comes from a family of dentists. Her father was in practice for forty years and her brother, Emmet, is currently in general practice in Omagh.
She undertook her dental training at Trinity College Dublin. She was awarded the prestigious academic title of Scholar in 1997 and graduated with honours in 2001. Since then she has obtained MFDS and was made a Member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Ireland) in 2003.
As well as General Dental and Health Board dentistry her resume includes twelve months Maxillofacial surgery in Manchester; six months locum Orthodontic registrar in Manchester and eighteen months in Specialist Registrar Orthodontic training at Leeds Dental School.
Her specialist interest is in Adult and Child Orthodontics and she is currently undertaking a Masters in the subject at Warwick University, England.
Siobhan has been a keen traveller and has carried out voluntary dental work in Guyana and in The Himalayas. It was while on the latter trip that she encountered the Blue Poppy, a flower native to the Himalayas and the national emblem of Bhutan.
Susan graduated in dental nursing from Trinity College Dublin.
She worked with an eminent dentist in Manhattan for four years before continuing her training in Glasgow Dental Hospital where she graduated as a hygienist 1995.
Susan has been a dedicated and popular practitioner who has worked in the Donegal area for the last fifteen years and has a loyal clientele.
Receptionist and nurse, Denise Rowley has undertaken a Business Administration course in 2006.
Following on from this she gained her dental nurse qualifications in 2009 from North West Regional Technical College and has worked in general practice for three years.
Receptionist and dental nurse, Pauline McGee, graduated with First Class Honours in Sociology and Political Studies from Galway University in 2004.
She gained her dental nursing qualification from Fermanagh College in 2007 and has had five years of experience in dental practice.