The Peer Review in July will be ran by Andy Legg. The Peer Review will be titled Treatment planning and restorative options for advanced tooth wear cases, and will be held on Wednesday 15th July at the NEW Campbell Clinic.
Peer Review with The Campbell Clinic - What is it?
The Peer Review by The Campbell Clinic is an opportunity for clinicians from Nottingham and the surrounding areas to get together and discuss dentistry.
It gives us a chance to talk about things that are affecting us and things that are worrying us including individual cases but also general trends in dentistry. It’s also an opportunity to hear talks and insights from other members of the profession about things that might improve their ability to provide care and enjoy your job.
Finally, at each of the events there will be a discussion of at least one case but hopefully more which will be submitted by the group to help us discuss and understand dentistry better.
At The Campbell Clinic we feel it’s time we all started to get together a bit more so that we can work together as a profession instead of working against each other as a network of ‘corner shops and competition’.
This is an opportunity for any one from all aspects of dentistry to get together, share experiences, talk and connect.
We thought about providing this for absolutely nothing but we think if we put a small charge on this (all of which will entirely go to the charity Bridge2Aid) it gives us some sort of value and makes it less likely for people to not commit and not turn up. We hope you agree.
Andrew 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 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.