Oaklawn Dental Care

51 Oaklawn,
Co. Kildare.

Ph: (01) 6244649

email: oaklawndentalpractice@gmail.com


Mon, Fri: 8am - 8pm
Tues, Thurs: 9am - 8pm
Wed: 9am - 6pm

The Team

Meet the People who Work at Oaklawn Dental Care

Noel Creaner

Noel has over 30 years experience in general dentistry, having qualified in Dublin in 1974. On qualification he went to England where he worked in various practices before buying his own practice in Oaklawn, Leixlip in January 1986.

Noel is well known not only for transforming patients' smiles, but also for his relaxed, informal approach which puts patients at ease.

Patients of all ages are welcome and kids in particular find with his gentle, friendly attitude that a visit to the dentist is something to look forward to, rather than dread.

Daniel Harney

Daniel has practiced here since graduating from Trinity College in 2001. He has a friendly manner and gentle approach which makes him popular with patients both young and old. Daniel enjoys all aspects of dentistry but has a keen interest in orthodontics and cosmetic treatments.

Daniel regularly updates his skills at courses both at home and in the U.S.

Outside of dentistry Daniel is a keen sportsman continuing to play gaelic football for his club Clann na nGael (Roscommon).

Madina Danishani

Dr. Danishani graduated from Dental School in Baku, Azerbaijan in 1997 and also obtained her second degree from Trinity College in 2012.

Madina has been dedicated to continue her dental education and has attended many courses internationally in areas such as Orthodontics, Facial aesthetics and Cosmetic Dentistry.

Madina's gentle friendly manner makes her a wonderful choice for any patient who is anxious or nervous.

Linda Ennis, Jacqueline Murray and Melissa Derrivan

Linda, Jacqueline and Melissa are our team of dental nurse/ receptionists. They are the backbone of the surgery.

They are all fully qualified Dental Surgery Assistants and all have many years of experience in all aspects of dentistry.

Their aim is to make each patient’s encounter with the practice as pleasant as possible, from the first contact on the telephone to the last visit.