Following on from the success of the Digital Dental Business Course and our Online Implant Restorative Course, The Campbell Academy is proud to announce the launch of our 6-week Online CBCT Course.
This 6-week course has been designed to provide practitioners with an overview of the fundamentals of CBCT covering the training requirements of Level 1 & 2 CBCT.
An overview of the 6 weeks can be found below but, in summary, the course is completed through self-directed learning from your own home on our digital platforms where we will release weekly video lectures and projects for attendees to complete. There will be access to members of the course faculty for each of the modules to assist you through the learning content and projects where necessary in addition to an introductory and closing live webinar to open and close the course. Moreover, there will be access to a course messaging platform throughout the entirety of the course providing attendees with a platform for discussing the projects themselves in addition to the sharing of additional knowledge and day-to-day experiences.
More information can be found below or through the course brochure which can be downloaded from the top or bottom of this page.
The course is limited to 20 places so please get in touch for more information or to reserve your space.
The learning objectives of the course are as follows:
The course is structured across a 6 week period and begins in week 1 with an introductory Zoom call to open the course. This is then followed by 4 weeks of video content and projects which are designed to complement the theoretical-based learning. Finally, in week 6 there will be a closing Zoom session and the chance for attendees to catch up on any content or projects they may have fallen behind on.
The two live Zoom sessions will take place on Monday 1st November and Thursday 9th December from 19:00 to 19:45.
Week 1: Week Beginning 1st November 2021
Module 1: Introductory Week and Onboarding
Tutor: Andrew Legg
Aim: To get all delegates registered to the online academy and Slack and to introduce themselves.
Monday 1st November: Live Zoom session at 7:00pm to open the course.
Week 2: Week Beginning 8th November 2021
Module 2: Fundamentals of Radiography in Relation to CBCT
Tutor: Michael Bornstein and James Smith
Aim: To learn the fundamental science of Cone Beam Computerised Tomography.
Week 3: Week Beginning 15th November 2021
Module 3: CBCT of The Mandible
Tutor: Beatriz Sanchez
Aim: To explore CBCT of the mandible and surrounding structures in relation to implant dentistry.
Week 4: Week Beginning 22nd November 2021
Module 4: CBCT of The Maxilla
Tutor: Colin Campbell
Aim: To explore CBCT of the maxilla and surrounding structures in relation to implant dentistry.
Week 5: Week Beginning 29th November 2021
Module 5: Digital Implant Planning
Tutor: Andrew Legg
Aim: Introduction to Digital Implant Planning.
Week 6: Week Beginning 6th December 2021
Module 6: Catch up and Wrap Up Zoom Call
Delegates will have a chance to ask the tutors questions about the course and plug any gaps in their knowledge.
Thursday 9th December: Live Zoom session at 7:00pm to close the course.
Andrew graduated from the University of Manchester in 2001. He joined a large dental practice in South Manchester the same year becoming an associate in 2002. He then became a partner in August 2003 following the departure of two esteemed colleagues. This extensive experience in general practice has given Andrew grounding in all aspects of dental care allowing a fully comprehensive approach to patient care.
In 2004 Andrew began his postgraduate training in Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry and has since undertaken over 500 hours of training including Advanced Surgical Training at the Royal College of Surgeons.
Andrew has experience with several of the major implant systems and is experienced in all aspects of surgery including bone and sinus grafting.
He has a particular interest in immediate full arch implant dentistry and has completed several hundred cases using a variety of techniques. Recently, in his role at The Campbell Academy, Andrew has developed the first Straumann Pro Arch course in the UK and is working closely with Straumann to develop this provision across the country.
Andrew is passionate about the use of dental implants in helping restore patients to a more natural form and function and believes they play a pivotal role in improving the quality of life and general health in patients.
Michael qualified in 1998 before achieving his PhD in 2001 from the University of Basel. He continued his training in Oral Surgery and Stomatology in Basel before becoming a Board Certified Oral Surgeon in June 2003.
Michael was previously an associate Professor at the University of Bern until he was recently appointed in 2016 the Clinical Professor in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology in the Faculty of Dentistry, The University of Hong Kong.
Michael is a Board Certified Oral Surgeon with extensive experience in dental radiology, Cone Beam CT and Oral Surgery including GBR and bio-resorbable membranes.
He was instrumental in the production of the CBCT guidelines for the AO, EAO and was involved as a group leader in the most recent ITI Consensus Meeting where he reported on the CBCT guidance. Michael is an experienced pioneer in the use of CBCT in implant dentistry and his experience is second to none.
Beatriz began her studies at Barcelona University (Spain) and soon started developing a special interest in oral surgery. She completed a postgraduate course in the field, focused on the removal of impacted wisdom teeth. After moving to England in 2010, Beatriz enrolled in her first formal postgraduate implant course, in the UCL Eastman Dental Institute (PG Dip), London. Once finished, she wanted to continue studying and gaining experience leading to her joining the University of Central Lancashire MSc which she completed in 2017.
Now, Beatriz has over 6 years of clinical experience in the dental implants field, and she dedicates 2 days a week exclusively to dental implants, placing around 80 implants a year. She feels confident in different scenarios and provides a level of straightforward, advanced, and complex implant surgery including extensive grafting cases, multiple implant placement and all aspects of minor oral surgery. She is experienced in digital workflow, as well as the use of CBCT as gold standard to case planning.
Beatriz has been involved in different formative programmes as a student meaning she is aware of the learners’ necessities and can talk from a very close perspective to the students’ views. She has also been involved in teaching and lecturing at different levels both in practical and theoretical fields, from being an assistant teacher at University of Barcelona, to being awarded the best oral presentation in the National Prosthodontics Spanish Congress. She has been part of The Campbell Academy faculty since 2016 and gets involved in different activities organised, both lecturing and mentoring.
Apart from dentistry, Beatriz enjoys travelling and cooking, and she is always ready to talk about it! She has a young family which keeps her busy out of work.
Colin’s practice is limited to surgical implant dentistry. Colin is a Specialist in Oral Surgery with considerable experience within the ITI and the Leadership of the ITI within the UK. He has placed in the region of 4,000 dental implants and restored approximately 1,000. He has been teaching in implant dentistry since 2000.
Colin has been the architect and designer of many implant courses previously for other organisations and now The Campbell Academy takes a considerable amount of his time in providing implant and dental education the way he believes it should be done.