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The Online Dental Implant Nursing Course

An introduction to dental implant nursing, designed by Nurses, for Nurses.

The Campbell Academy’s Online Dental Implant Nursing Course has been designed by nurses for nurses!

This introductory course has been created specifically for like-minded and ambitious individuals keen to participate in an innovative and unique training experience for dental nurses. It has been exclusively created and developed by The Campbell Clinic's exceptional team of (implant) dental nurses to support, nurture, and guide dental nurses who are new to implant dentistry in their practice.

The content covered across each of the modules is designed to guide and stretch dental nurses. This includes eight projects that will develop attendees' skills and knowledge for their career development and use in practice.

The entire course is completed online on The Campbell Academy's Learning Management System and Slack channel. This provides an extremely flexible format for attendees, meaning they can complete the weekly learning content at a time that suits them.

The course capacity is limited to 20 and is suited to Qualified Dental Nurses with no experience or limited exposure to implant dentistry in general practice.

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Why this course, and why now?

For many years, we have delivered implant training for dentists. However, our friends and colleagues have asked us to introduce training intended specifically for nurses who are new to implant dentistry.

We now believe we are in the perfect position to introduce this new online course! This is due to the faculty's academic knowledge and practical, day-to-day exposure to implant surgery through working for a dental practice specifically designed for this type of treatment.


Meet the team...

Watch our video below to learn more about our 'appealing' team members, their different roles, their choice of hot beverages, why they love working here, and, most importantly, WHY we exist!


Key features of the course:

  • An innovative online course consisting of eight modules over four weeks, with associated projects providing attendees with a unique and interactive experience.

  • A dedicated Slack channel (communication platform) for all course delegates to engage as a group and with the course faculty.

  • Modules and projects that have been specifically designed to develop the skills and knowledge to become a competent and confident implant dental nurse and to be utilised and implemented in their role in general practice and to aid career development.

  • Dental nurse delegates are welcomed and encouraged to attend The Year Implant clinical days alongside their dentist on the Year Implant course (if applicable).


By the end of the course, you should be able to explain and demonstrate the following:
  1. Explain the role of an implant dental nurse in general dental practice.

  2. Demonstrate knowledge of the principles of implant dentistry, including the significant anatomical features relevant to implant dentistry.

  3. Describe the processes relevant to implant assessment, planning, surgical placement, restorative, and maintenance phases.

  4. Explain the standard materials, instruments, and equipment for implant placement and restorative procedures.

  5. Explain IPC techniques and protocols applicable to implant dentistry, including maintenance and care of surgical equipment.

  6. Demonstrate effective preparation of the clinical environment for implant placement and associated procedures.

  7. Demonstrate good practice of the surgical scrub, sterile gowning, and gloving techniques.

  8. Explain common complications, risks, contra-indicators, and benefits of implant treatments.


Hear what our past delegates have to say...

Online Dental Implant Nursing Course Testimonials






How is the course content delivered?

The course will be delivered through two platforms. Firstly, our Learning Management System will store prerecorded lecture content that will be released to you every week. Secondly, there will be a dedicated course Slack channel where you can communicate with your peers and receive coaching support throughout the five weeks. Additionally, each module will have an Academy faculty member assigned as the coach, who will be available to answer any questions you may have about the module.

What if I am away/on holiday for one of the weeks?

The course has been intentionally designed to offer maximum flexibility. If you happen to be away for one of the weeks or fall behind slightly, it's not a problem. You will have the opportunity to catch up, and we will provide you with access to the Learning Management System for six weeks after the final day of the program.

Is this an introductory course?

Yes, this is an introduction to dental implant nursing.

Becky Sharman

Surgical Nursing Team Leader

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Becky has been a dental nurse for 19 years and has worked for The Campbell Clinic for 10 years. She has a qualification in BDA radiography, implant impression, and photography. Adding to the list she is a NEBDN qualified implant dental nurse. This has enabled her to become the surgical team leader, supporting the other nurses.

Becky predominantly works with the implant team, supporting them, ordering components, and planning the cases with the clinicians. Her specialist interest is to learn all the digital side of the industry.

Becky runs the Diagnostic Nurse Lead clinic, which is currently 2 afternoons of IOS scans, CBCTs, consents, and sedation assessments, ready for the clinician to start their planning process.

Becky enjoys this side of the role, speaking to many different people, and is looking forward to many more years expanding her role, with a fantastic team.

Brooke Stanley-Jackson

Implant Nurse

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Brooke began her dental nursing career in 2012 and gained her NEBDN diploma in dental nursing in 2014. Following this, she went straight on to complete her BDA certificate in dental radiography enabling her to take X-rays of patients. Brooke spent many years working in general private practice before wanting to learn something more. 

She joined the team here at The Campbell Clinic in 2020. Shortly after joining, Brooke identified her keen interest in dental implant nursing and nursing for complex surgical cases and she gained a NEBDN certificate in dental implant nursing. Her main reason for this interest is to see the transformation and how truly life-changing these treatments can be for patients. Her all-time favourite treatment to be involved in is IFAL. This is a long and complex day for all, but nothing beats seeing the reaction on patients' faces when they look at their new smiles. Some patients have searched for years to find somewhere that can provide them with a smile they feel confident with, so seeing that transformation is gratifying.

Because of her keen interest in this area, Brooke went on to complete my NEBDN certificate in dental implant nursing. She has been a dental nurse for over 10 years now and has found implant dentistry by far the most enjoyable aspect of dentistry. She is able to be very involved in patients' appointments, taking CBCTs, and giving pre and post-operative advice, and she finds it great to be so hands-on.

Outside of work, Brooke enjoys walking her cocker spaniel Ozzy, with her husband, traveling to new places and she is also a massive foodie.

Beatriz Sanchez-Iñigo

BDS Lic. Odon MSc Implant Dentistry

Dental Surgeon

GDC No: 190407

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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.

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Date :
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time :
Flexible format, please see course outline for more information on dates
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Venue :
Course completed digitally
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Cost :
£600 Inc. VAT
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18 hours

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