The Orthodontic Society of Ireland was established in 1990 and represents Specialist Orthodontists in Ireland. The main objectives of the society are to advance education in orthodontics and contribute significantly to the health of the public by promoting the highest standards in orthodontic practice.
Full Members of the OSI are required to be in the exclusive practice of Orthodontics and hold specialist registration with their relevant Dental Council.
International membership is available to registered specialist orthodontists, working outside of Ireland and in good standing with their own National Society.
An individual applying for auxiliary membership should be registered as an Orthodontic Therapist with the Dental Council or hold an accredited Orthodontic Laboratory Technician qualification. This member will be entitled to attend OSI appropriate meetings however will not have full member privileges.
Individuals applying for student membership should be enrolled as a full-time student in an accredited postgraduate Orthodontic programme, attaining a Royal College Membership in Orthodontics or equivalent Orthodontic degree at the end of the programme.
Application for Membership
To apply for membership of the OSI, please download and complete the application form: here