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The Online Implant Restorative Course

A practical, online course providing practitioners with an overview of straightforward implant reconstruction.

In this innovative and interactive course, practitioners will learn how to reconstruct straightforward implants. The course will be taught over six weeks through a series of modules based on our dedicated online learning platform, which includes hands-on practicals on models.

The modules will involve projects that will need to be undertaken at your practice, and some will involve an element of hands-on training on models. Each project will then be submitted to your course peers and faculty for comment and discussion. 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 course has been designed to be extremely flexible for attendees, enabling delegates to fit the course around their day-to-day schedules. The work can, therefore, be completed at a time that suits the delegate.
A summary of the learning content and key dates can be found below.

The video below provides a short overview of the course from Colin



The learning objectives of this course are as follows:

  1. To learn the fundamentals of implant treatment planning.
  2. To understand what to expect when a patient returns from having implant surgery.
  3. To learn the various techniques to record an impression of an implant- including practical hands-on.
  4. Gain an overview of the various choices of implant abutments and implant crowns available and when to use them.
  5. Learn how to fit an implant crown.
  6. Learn the fundamentals of occlusion in relation to implant reconstruction.
  7. Investigate marketing strategies to acquire more implant patients.

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The course is spread across six weeks and is bookended by an introductory week and a final week designed for the marketing project and finishing any content you may have fallen behind on. In between, there are four weeks where you will be required to consume a range of content and complete various projects designed to complement theoretical-based learning.

Please note the entire course can be completed alongside your work and domestic commitments.

There are only two live sessions. A Zoom call on the first and final Monday of the course, from 7 pm until 8 pm.

Week 1: 3rd to 9th June

Module 1: Introductory Week and Onboarding.

Monday: Official start of the course live Zoom session with Andy Legg at 7:00 pm.

Week 2: 10th to 16th June

Module 2: Overview of Implant Planning.

Module 3: When the patient returns from having implant surgery.

Week 3: 17th to 23rd June

Module 4: Implant Impression Techniques.

Module 5: Screw retained vs Cement retained- abutment and crown choice.

Week 4: 24th to 30th June

Module 6: Laboratory communication.

Module 7: Implant Crown Fit.

Week 5: 1st to 7th July

Module 8: Occlusion related to implant restorations.

Module 9: Implant crown maintenance.

Week 6: 8th to 14th July

Module 10: Marketing Implant Treatments.

Monday: Live Zoom session at 7:00 pm to close the course.


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What is the Online Implant Restorative Course, and who is it designed for?

The course is a 6 week, online course for dentists looking to learn how to restore straightforward dental implants.

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 six 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.
There will be two live sessions during the course, scheduled for the first and final Monday of the program. The sessions will begin at 7pm and will last for a maximum of one hour. In case you are unable to attend the live sessions, they will be recorded for later access.

Does the course involve practicals and will I need a patient?

The course will involve practical sessions, but they will be conducted on implant models rather than real patients. To facilitate this, we will provide you with the necessary equipment during the first week of the program. If you would like to learn more about the equipment you will be using, please refer to the video above by scrolling up.

How much time should I set aside per week for the course?

You will be required to set aside approximately 3 to 4 hours per week for the course. These lectures and practicals are designed to be flexible, allowing you to watch them at your own convenience. You do not need to book anytime away from work to complete this course.

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.

How much does the course cost?

The course costs £1,260, including VAT. 

Before the course starts, we also require a £500 deposit for the equipment we send you. This £500 is then returned after the course when we receive the equipment back from you. Please note that we require prompt return of the equipment. If there is a significant delay in the delegate returning the equipment, this may void the return of the course deposit.

Are there any live sessions?

There are two live Zoom sessions, both lasting for 30 to 45 minutes. These take place on the first Monday in week 1 and the final Monday in week 2. If you can not attend these live, they will be recorded for you to watch at a suitable time.

How do I apply for the Online Implant Restorative Course?

To apply for the course, interested individuals can register directly through our website, or you can call to speak to us over the phone.

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.

Colin Campbell


Director & Specialist in Oral Surgery

GDC No: 70058

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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


Implant Dentist

GDC No: 65349

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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.

Nish Yadev



GDC No: 258689

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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 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.

Date :
3rd June to 14th July 2024
time :
Flexible format, please see course outline for more information on dates.
Venue :
Course completed digitally
Cost :
£1,260 Inc. VAT (plus £500 deposit for equipment - returned after the course)
20 hours - CPD hours

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