January – October 2019
£9,900 including VAT
10% OFF – If you bring a friend we would be delighted to offer you BOTH a 10% discount off the price of one of our courses.
20% OFF – If you bring three friends then we can give you ALL a 20% discount.
Our aim is to provide a comprehensive foundation in implant dentistry covering both theoretical and practical elements of the discipline giving delegates the confidence they need to begin placing implants at their own practice.
At The Campbell Academy, we firmly believe that it is essential that people starting out on their implant journey are supported and nurtured towards placing fifty implants per year. This contrasts greatly with the almost 90% of current implant customers in the UK who place less than fifteen implants per year.
We believe that practical experience is essential element of dental implant courses and no amount of lecture based teaching or research alone can make you competent at placing implants. Placing implants is a practical craft, a mixture of science and art which must be practised. To this end, The Year Implant course involves a considerable amount of practical implant placement experience where delegates will be encouraged to bring their own patients to The Campbell Clinic to treat them from start to finish. This will give them a foundation to take back to their own practices to allow them to select and execute appropriate treatments there with the help of a guiding hand. There will also be considerable clinical demonstrations on The Campbell Academy’s audio visual set up showing individual clinical situations and how to manage these. There will be extensive discussions on diagnosis and treatment planning from some truly exceptional faculty members who range from hugely experienced to newly involved in implant dentistry.
We will not overlook the need to be able to source and secure positive patients within your practice environment and to this end we have brought in one of the best known names in marketing in dentistry, Chris Barrow to help, instruct and guide people through the process of securing patients within their own practicing sphere.
With two Oral Surgeons, two Consultants in Restorative Dentistry, over 10,000 dental implants placed between us, four Fellows of the ITI and many hundreds of full arch implant reconstructions carried out we feel we are in an excellent position to offer the assistance to dentists starting out in implant dentistry to move forwards in their career.
Finally, we have tied this course in with the Straumann Mentoring Scheme and our Year Two Implant Course allowing a seamless pathway into mentoring and further training.
By the end of the course each delegate will:
1. Have a good foundation knowledge of the scientific basis of implant dentistry.
2. Be able to assess patients comprehensively with a view to providing dental implants as a treatment option. This will include appropriate special tests, the ability to report CBCT scans, and be able to apply this to multi-disciplinary patient cases.
3. Be able to provide straightforward implant surgical treatment to patients under supervision, including all planning aspects and post-operative care (in accordance with the SAC classification).
4. Be able to provide restorative treatments to straightforward implant cases, including single units and straightforward bridge work. This will include impression taking, abutment selection and restoration selection.
5. Have an appreciation on how dental implants can be used within their own practices to provide more comprehensive care to their patients and market this accordingly.
Key Features of the Course
1. Exceptional clinical faculty from academic and practice backgrounds to provide the broadest possible range of educational opportunities.
2. A course which is heaped full of hands on and practical elements to get you better at basic surgical skills and into implant placement as soon as possible.
3. State-of-the-art training facilities for the course based in Nottingham.
4. Twelve days of teaching over 10 months, including lecture-based teaching, discussion groups, hands-on practical sessions, further reading opportunities, evidence-based discussion, full clinical exposure to patients in a supervised environment and mentoring opportunities in a structured nationwide mentoring programme in line with GDC guidance.
5. Clinical mentoring using the Straumann Clinical Mentoring data platform developed by The Campbell Academy.
6. Online collaboration and discussion between delegates and faculty in between course modules to learn as much as possible.
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If you would like to book onto this you can contact us by calling 0115 982 3919 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org