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Immediate Full Arch Loading Live Skills in
association with Straumann Pro Arch

This course gives experienced implant clinicians the knowledge and practical skills for providing immediate full arch reconstruction

The Full Arch Live Skills course aims to give experienced implant clinicians the knowledge and practical skills for immediate full arch reconstruction allowing them to begin to introduce this into their 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 straightforward one-size-fits-all treatment. This has led to problems and complications.

Make no mistake, full arch implant reconstruction is complex, 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 the final reconstruction, we will look at how this treatment can be carried out carefully and predictably on the RIGHT patients.

During our three-day course, there will be a mix of theory and practical learning. On day three, a live surgical demonstration will be carried out at The Campbell Clinic using our audiovisual setup. This allows you to watch live IFAL surgery being carried out in an environment where you can ask questions and discuss the case as the surgery proceeds.


Learning Outcomes:

Following the course, delegates who attend will understand and have achieved competency in the:

  1. Treatment planning for the full arch implant patient
  1. Options available for replacing full arch dentition
  1. Specific treatment planning for Immediate Full Arch Loading Patients
  1. Surgical planning and treatment of the IFAL patient
  1. Immediate provisionalisation of the IFAL patient
  1. Technical aspects of provisional full arch bridgework
  1. Prosthetic and Technical parts of the final full arch bridge provision
  1. How IFAL fits in with other full arch implant restorative options



Andrew Legg


Dental Surgeon

GDC No: 79203

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Andy Legg 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 Andy grounding in all aspects of dental care, allowing a fully comprehensive approach to patient care. 

In 2004, Andy 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 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 various techniques.

A founder member of the Campbell Academy, Andy is involved in all levels of teaching at the academy, from beginners through to advanced level courses.

Away from the Clinic, Andy is the Education Director of the International Team for Implantology UK and Ireland Section, helping to promote implant education across the country. Andy 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 of patients.

Alex Jones

BSc (Hons) BDS (Sheff)

Dental Surgeon

Gdc No: 76127

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Alex graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1999 with Distinction in the Clinical Sections. Prior to studying Dentistry, he gained a BSc with Honours in Human Physiology. He joined his Father’s group of NHS practices in and around Sheffield and also held a teaching position in Oral Surgery at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, Sheffield. In 2004 Alex opened his own private practice and acquired a second in 2011.

From 2006 onwards Alex undertook extensive postgraduate training in Restorative Dentistry, Aesthetic Dentistry, and Implant Dentistry. Since then he has undertaken over 300 hours of training related to the provision of dental implants.

Karen Walker

CEB Dip Dental Hygiene Scotland

Dental Hygienist

GDC No: 4748

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Karen qualified from Edinburgh in 1994 and immediately moved to Nottingham. Having worked in both NHS and Corporate practices over the years, she now divides her time between two Specialist practices; The Campbell Clinic in West Bridgford, Nottingham and Refine in Alfreton, Derbyshire.

Her role in both practices is to provide NSPT for referred Perio patients, and both Pre-op and Maintenance for Implant patients. Six years ago Karen developed protocols based on Oral Hygiene and Risk for all patients undergoing implant treatments. Subsequently she was pleased to see the ADI Guidelines in managing Dental Implants and Peri-implant Diseases released in November 2012 reiterated her practice protocols.

1st - 3rd May 2024 (May cohort FULLY BOOKED. Please get in touch for details of next cohort)
9:00 am
The Campbell Academy, Nottingham
£3,300 Inc. VAT
18 hours

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