In this new innovative course practitioners will learn how to reconstruct straightforward implants. The course will be taught over 6 weeks through a series of modules based in our dedicated online learning platform and relies on the motivation and self-direction of the people who attend to apply themselves for six weeks.
The modules will involve projects that will need to be undertaken at your own practice and some will involve an element of hands on training on models. Each project will then be submitted to your course peers for comment and discussion and you will be required to comment on others work. This will form the foundation of an immersive and peer led learning experience the likes of which you may not have experienced before. Academy tutors will be on hand to add insight and feedback where appropriate and get you started on your implant journey.
The learning objectives of this course are as follows:
The course is spread across a 6 week period and is bookended by an introductory week and a final week designed for the marketing project and finishing off any of the content you may have fallen behind on. In between there are 4 weeks where you will be required to consume a range of content and complete a variety of projects designed to compliment the theoretical based learning.
There are only two live sessions. A zoom call on Monday 12th April and on Friday 21st May.
Week 1: 12th April to 18th April
Monday 12th April 2021: Official start of the course live Zoom session at 07:00pm.
Module 1: Introductory Week and Onboarding.
Week 2: 19th April to 25th April
Module 2: Overview of Implant Planning.
Module 3: When the patient returns from having implant surgery.
Week 3: 26th April to 2nd May
Module 4: Implant Impression Techniques.
Module 5: Screw retained vs Cement retained- abutment and crown choice.
Week 4: 3rd May to 9th May
Module 6: Laboratory communication
Module 7: Implant Crown Fit
Week 5: 10th May to 16th May
Module 8: Occlusion related to implant restorations.
Module 9: Implant crown maintenance.
Week 6: 17th May to 23rd May
Module 10: Marketing Implant Treatments.
Friday 21st May 2021: Live Zoom session at 07:00pm to close the course.
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.
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.
Colin Burns is an Implant Dentist from Glasgow, based at the award winning ScottishCentre for Excellence in Dentistry, a Practice that looks after over 900 referring Dentists.
Colin is Chairman of the UK and Ireland Section of the International Team for Implantology(ITI), an ITI mentor, and an ITI speaker.
He is very active in ITI education; he teaches on the Foundation Course, Restorative Courses, and Nurses Courses. He mentors Dentists in several Practices.
Nishant Yadev graduated in Dentistry from the University of Sheffield in 2015. After spending a year in general practice, Nish joined The Campbell Clinic in September 2016.
Before Nish trained to become a dentist, he had undertaken an undergraduate MSc in Molecular Medicine and then a research-based PhD in Oral Disease. During this time, Nish had presented his work at National and International conferences and he won the European Association of Oral Medicine Young Scientist Award in 2008.
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.