Mr. Ken Rogers B.D.S., N.U.I.
Ken qualified from University College Cork in 1978 and after a short time in the UK, he returned home to join his late father in the family practice. He has over 30 years experience in the dental profession and during that time he has enhanced his skills and expertise. He is a former president and G.P. representative of the South Eastern Branch of the Irish Dental Association. Ken has attended numerous courses over the years ranging from practice management to children’s, aesthetic and implant dentistry. Being from a hurling county Ken has had lots of experience in dealing with sports injuries and trauma. He has also travelled to London to train in cosmetic orthodontics “Six Month Smiles”. Ken has also had the privilege of being chosen as a mentor for newly qualified dentists over the last decade. This involved a Postgraduate Vocational Training Programme where Ken enjoyed imparting both his knowledge and experience to these young people while also keeping up with current developments in dentistry. The practice is proud to have served the people of New Ross and its environs for almost 100 years. When he is not busy in the surgery, Ken can be found in his garden which is his pride and joy!
Dr. Fiona Rogers B.Sc. NUI, B.D.S. PCMD
Fiona is the third generation of the Rogers family to pursue a career in dentistry. She originally trained as a Speech and Language Therapist in University College Cork obtaining an honours Science Degree before going on to study dentistry in England, qualifying from Peninsula College of Medicine & Dentistry with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery Degree. Fiona gained a broad range of practical, clinical experience during her training. She went on to practice in Australia where she worked in a multidisciplinary service specializing in special care dentistry. Fiona is delighted to be back working in the family business where she strives to provide holistic, quality care.
Dr. Mark Rogers D.M.D., S.O.T.E.
After completing his Bachelors Degree in Commerce at University College Cork, Mark went on to study Dentistry at Semmelweis University in Budapest, Hungary graduating cum laude. During his time abroad he worked with a diverse patient population and gained hands on experience in all areas of general practice. He is especially interested in oral surgery and aesthetic dentistry, regularly attending continuing professional development courses at home and abroad to further his knowledge in these areas. With an ethos of life-long learning, Mark is committed to providing quality care in a relaxed and friendly manner. Outside the surgery Mark enjoys the great outdoors, live music and traveling.
Pearl graduated from UCC School of Dental Hygiene having previously worked as a dental nurse for 5 years.
When visiting Pearl at the practice patients will receive advice on keeping the gums clean and disease free and will be treated in the most professional and relaxed manner.
Pearl regularly attends postgraduate courses such as oral health promotion and is fully qualified in administering local anaesthetic.
Outside of dentistry Pearl enjoys aerobics and keeping fit.
I studied as a Dental hygienist for two years in the Dublin Dental Hospital before going on to graduate from Trinity College Dublin in 2016 with honours.
I’m passionate about my work and am highly motivated. I regularly attend continuing dental education courses and CPR and am fully qualified in providing local anaesthetics, fissure sealants, oral hygiene & prevention advice along with a dental radiography qualification from UCD allowing me to take x-rays. My role on the dental team is specializing in prevention & treatment of dental disease, which is important for your dental health and general health.
I do this through a number of techniques:
Scaling & Polishing, Root debridement (a deep cleaning technique), Diet advice suitable for your requirements and lifestyle, Oral hygiene instructions tailored to your needs, Application of Fluoride to the teeth and Removal of surface stains.
I will take the time to ensure your mouth is at optimum health by doing all of the above and more, using gentle cleaning techniques; under local anaesthetic where necessary.