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Aisling Lalor profile photo | Branded teal uniform | Principal dentist | CEO of Aisling Lalor Dental Skin

Since my graduation from Trinity College Dublin in 2000, I have gained invaluable experience in many areas of dentistry and facial aesthetics from Dublin, Australia and various parts of Northern Ireland. In 2011, I was awarded a certificate in Advanced Smile Design, followed by certificates in IAS and Quick Straight Teeth to provide adult orthodontic treatments. I'm passionate about realising the potential in everything, especially teeth and skin. I am incredibly privileged to be in a position to give someone confidence by enhancing their smile.

Aisling Lalor Dental-Skin is the result of a vision and 2 years of planning. After many years of working as a dental associate I decided to take the next step! With unrivalled passion for excellence matched with sheer determination, a brain hot-wired for a challenge and a keen eye for detail, I conceptualised the practice from design to the doors opening in November 2018. The building remained vacant for 10 years. It was entirely gutted internally to create a welcoming, eye-catching spacious, high design, custom built, ergonomic space.

I'm always up for a challenge and a good laugh. Earlier in 2019, I survived my very first "open water" triathlon sprint swim, 750 metres in icy cold water to raise money for little 2 year old Tessa who has leukaemia. The team spirit was immeasurable! Running is where I get my "head space" and when ideas evolve! Frequently, I join a group of inspirational runners "The Running Buddies". The craic is great which certainly helps with the distance!

In April 2022, I completed the 'world's toughest foot race'; the Marathon Des Sables. I ran 6 marathons in 6 days running through the Sahara desert sand with a 7.4kg backpack containing my clothes, sleeping bag, food and medical supplies.

It was an incredible experience! The months of training leading up to it taught me so many life lessons. The peace out in the desert was unrivalled. I had very limited communication with folk back home, just my MDS family in Tent #115. An 8 strong group from different backgrounds thrown together under extreme conditions. We laughed, shared stories and supported each other. Doc Trotters was my outing in the evenings! I quickly learnt that if you let the doctors and nurses burst and treat the blisters on your feet, you got to completely disinfect your feet, lie on a woven mat, listen to music and have the craic with fellow MDS runners while they pierced your blisters and injected iodine into them to dry them up! Somehow you just get up the next day and run another marathon distance. The human body and mind are incredibly powerful.

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