Dental chain set to invest €20 million

Dental Care Ireland was founded by Colm Davitt, former chief executive of Euromedic Ireland

12th March, 2017
Colm Davitt, founder of Dental Care Ireland Pic: Naoise Culhane

Dental Care Ireland, a new Irish-owned dental group, hopes to fill a gap by investing €20 million in the dentistry market by 2025.

Founded by Colm Davitt, former chief executive of Euromedic Ireland, and his brother Dr Kieran Davitt, a Galway- based dentist, it has acquired 11 dental practices since March 2015 and has an annual turnover of €10 million.

It is on track to reach its target of 15 practices by 2018. The group will officially open...

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