The aim of the Full Arch Live Skills course is to give experienced implant clinicians the knowledge and practical skills for immediate full arch reconstruction allowing them to begin to introduce this into their own practice.
Immediate Full Arch Loading is one of the most sought after treatments in the UK. Unfortunately some companies and clinics have used this treatment as a one-size-fits-all straightforward treatment. This has lead to problems and complications.
Make no mistake, full arch implant reconstruction is difficult but if carefully executed can be extremely rewarding.
Running in the same style as our other live skills courses, the Full Arch Implant Live Skills course will give experienced implant surgeons training in all aspects of immediate full arch loading.
From planning to surgery, the provisional restoration and through to the final reconstruction, we will look at how this treatment can be carried out carefully and predictably on the RIGHT patients.
During our three days course there will be a mix of theory and practical learning, on day three there will be a Live Surgery Day which will be carried out at The Campbell Clinic using our audiovisual set up. This allows you to watch live IFAL surgery being carried out in an environment where you are able to ask questions and discuss the case as the surgery proceeds.
Following the course delegates who attend will understand and have achieved competency in:
Dr Andrew Legg graduated from the University of Manchester in 2001. Extensive experience in general practice has given Andrew grounding in all aspects of dental care allowing a fully comprehensive approach to patient care.
Andrew has undertaken countless hours of training, including an 18-month Clinical Certificate in Implantology at the University of Sheffield and Advanced Surgical Training at the Royal College of Surgeons.
Neil is a specialist in Restorative Dentistry and appointed as Consultant in Restorative Dentistry at the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham. His specialist training was completed at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’s Dental Institute, and St George’s and Mayday Hospitals, London. Prior to this, he worked in the dental teaching hospitals of Sheffield and Leeds, having been in general practice in Norwich.
Neil is also a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and a General Dental Council specialist in Endodontics, Prosthodontics, Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry.