The Campbell Clinic is built on a dental team of exceptional quality. Many of the dentists within our practice are General Dental Council registered specialists and one is also a hospital consultant. This gives everyone who visits our practice the confidence that comes with being treated by a highly skilled and experienced dental professional of the highest standing.
Colin qualified in dentistry from the University of Glasgow in 1994.
In 1997, he became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (by examination). He also entered dental practice in 1997 and began to build a referral service in Oral Surgery and Implant Dentistry.
In 1999, Colin became a General Dental Council Registered Specialist in Oral Surgery.
In 2005, he was elected to Fellowship of the International Team for Implantology, a network of 15,000 professionals worldwide who promote implant dentistry by research, education, and development. He was formerly a Member of the ITI education working group and sat on the Leadership Team of the ITI UK & Ireland Section.
He is responsible for developing education for healthcare professionals in implant dentistry and has personally developed many courses in this field.
In 2009 Colin became a director in Campbell and Peace Specialist Practice and in 2013 formed The Campbell Clinic.
Colin has placed over 4,000 implants and restored many of these, he has also carried out over 10,000 surgical procedures.
He is responsible for mentoring dozens of dentists and introducing them to implant dentistry for the benefit of their patients and has also lectured nationally for over 10 years on Implant Dentistry and Oral Surgery.
Colin has been providing expert witnessing services for ten years in dozens of cases and has appeared in county and criminal trials and in regulatory hearings as an expert.
Please visit www.colin-campbell.co.uk to find out more.
Or follow Colin on Twitter @ColinCampbellFA
Beatriz joined the team at The Campbell Clinic in 2015. Having trained extensively herself, she has now over 5 years of clinical experience in the dental implants field.
Now, she dedicates 2 days a week exclusively to dental implants, placing around 80 implants a year.
She feels confident in different scenarios and provides a level of straightforward, advanced, and complex implant surgery including extensive grafting cases, multiple implant placement and all aspects of minor oral surgery. She is experienced in digital workflow, as well as the use of CBCT as gold standard to case planning.
Beatriz is also involved in teaching as part of The Campbell Academy faculty, where she provides both mentoring and lecturing sessions.
Really enjoying her profession, Beatriz likes the contact with patients, trying to make a difference in their lives and smiles.
Apart from dentistry, she enjoys travelling and cooking, and she is always ready to talk about it! She has a young family which keeps her busy out of work.
Andrew 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.
More recently, Andrew passed his Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
Andrew also works as a Clinical Teaching Fellow in Oral Surgery at the University of Manchester.
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.
Andrew is proud to be an endorsing dentist for the major UK charity Action for Sick Children and has been involved in the launch of the Dental Playbox Scheme which aims to dispel the myths of visiting the dentist, educating under-privileged children countrywide. He is also a Bridge 2 Aid Unity Partner having raised money to help train dental officers in Tanzania.
Andrew is married with four young children. He enjoys following most sport, particularly rugby.
Alex Jones graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1999 with honours, distinction, and prizes in restorative dentistry. He has successfully placed over 2000 dental implants and has worked in general practice for several years whilst holding a teaching post at The Charles Clifford Dental Hospital before taking the leap to establish his own business in 2004.
From 2006 onwards Alex undertook extensive postgraduate training in Restorative Dentistry, Aesthetic Dentistry, and Implant Dentistry. Since then, he has undertaken over 300 hours of training related to the provision of dental implants.
Alex has a particular interest in the use of dental implants and restorative dentistry to restore patients with advanced dental disease which requires a broad range of skills to rebuild their dental health. He has completed almost two hundred cases of immediate full arch implant dentistry, a treatment he finds exceptionally rewarding for the difference it can make in patients’ lives.
Alex is a full member of the Association of Dental Implantology; he is a Study Club Director for the International Team of Implantology and a member of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentists.
As well as dentistry, Alex’s other passions are his family (he is married with three children) and cycling whenever time permits!
After qualifying as a hygienist in Edinburgh in 1994, Karen moved to Nottingham where she worked in a variety of dental practices before taking a five-year career break after the birth of her son.
Since returning to dentistry, Karen had attended various courses to enhance her in-surgery skills. She is a dedicated hygienist keen to equip her patients with the knowledge she has gained, to enhance their smiles and, ultimately, their general health and wellbeing.
Karen has a special interest in implant surgery and maintenance. As maintenance is pivotal to the success of dental implants, Karen has developed and implemented a maintenance programme within the practice to ensure all our implant patients are continually cared for to our high standards. This dedication to the maintenance of dental implants has meant Karen was elected by her peers in 2014-2016 onto the Committee for The Association of Dental Implantology (ADI), a UK based organisation supporting Dentists and patients. She organised a highly successful National Congress for the Dental Team including dental nurses, receptionists, and managers as well as her Hygienist and Therapist peers. During her role on the ADI committee Karen travelled the country lecturing to Dentists on the treatment and maintenance of dental implants.
Karen has also lectured at the Congress for the International Team for Implantology to promote and emphasise the need for continuing maintenance of dental implants among her peers. As a Key Opinion Leader for Dentsply Sirona, Karen has run courses and delivered lectures to Dentists, Hygienists and Therapists across the country. Karen recently won a Research prize and published a paper on the ‘Importance of patients maintaining good oral hygiene to help support and maintain dental implants.
Karen is a supporter of the worldwide dental charity Dentaid. In 2008, Karen travelled to Uganda with Christian Relief Uganda in conjunction with Dentaid where she worked in remote villages providing emergency dental care with a team of dental professionals. Part of the programme was to promote Dental Health Education linked to basic Health Education in rural schools. She and the team also helped to formulate a now published book on Infant Oral Mutilation (IOM), a subject at the heart of Dentaid's Educational Development Programme in many African communities.
Karen is a member of the professional bodies, The British Society of Dental Hygiene & Therapy and The British Society of Periodontology and The Association of Dental Implantology and The International Team for Implantology.
Leanne graduated from Sheffield as a Dental Therapist in 2010. She previously worked as a dental nurse in practice and oral and maxillofacial for 10 years before going to university.
Leanne works well with nervous and anxious patients and believes that a good rapport is important in helping to build their confidence.
She likes to spend time with her patients and enjoys a good chat, especially when it comes to family and horses! In her spare time, Leanne likes to be outdoors whatever the weather with horses, chickens, cats, and any other animal she may meet! She enjoys spending time with family and her daughter; who also rides and competes locally with the pony club.
Leanne is a member of the ITI and the BSP. She enjoys all aspects of her job and has a keen interest in periodontal treatment.
After Emma completed her degree in Biomedical Science in 2010, she decided that she wanted to utilise her knowledge of the human body within a clinical setting and be at the front of patient care. Emma completed the Diploma in Higher Education in Dental Hygiene & Therapy at the University of Sheffield in June 2013.
Emma is passionate about improving patients’ self-confidence and general well-being. She believes excellent communication and building a good rapport with each patient is the key to achieving a high standard of care and the best clinical results. Emma has a special interest in preventative oral health care and promotion of good oral health practices, particularly with regards to implant maintenance.
Outside of work, Emma enjoys reading, attending the gym, and spending time with her family and friends.
Beth began her dental journey in 2015 where she worked towards completing her dental nursing apprenticeship and qualified in 2017. During this time, with the ultimate aim of becoming a Dental Hygienist and Dental Therapist, Beth applied to university to complete her BSc Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy degree. In September 2017, she moved to Teesside where she began her three year university course. After qualifying from university, Beth moved back to Nottingham in 2020 where she joined The Campbell Clinic team.
Beth is passionate about delivering preventative oral care and promoting oral health education, particularly with regard to implant maintenance. She prides herself in building good rapports with patients and being part of a multi-disciplinary team, building the ideal patient journey to a healthy and confident smile.
Beth is a member of The British Society of Dental Hygiene and Dental Therapy (BSDHT) and the International Team for Implantology (ITI), to strengthen her portfolio of skills through exclusive training and development opportunities.
Outside of work Beth enjoys spending time with family and friends, dining out and travelling the world.
Andrew qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2006, winning the Malcolm Foster Silver medal for the best undergraduate research project in his year.
After a year in general dental practice, he returned to Liverpool Dental Hospital to complete a year of general professional training, which involved oral surgery, special care dentistry and paediatric rotations.
From 2008, he then spent the next 2 years as a maxillofacial senior house officer moving around the Merseyside region, caring for patients with head and neck cancer and skeletal abnormalities.
In 2010, he began his Specialist Registrar training in Orthodontics at the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital in Sheffield and the Royal Chesterfield Hospital. Andrew was awarded a Masters with Merit in 2012 from the University of Sheffield and completed his specialist training in 2013, achieving his MOrth from RCS Eng.
In 2015, he completed his training as a Consultant Orthodontist at Sheffield and Chesterfield and in 2016 was appointed as Consultant at Queen’s Medical Centre.
Rajan is a registered Specialist in Periodontics. He has extensive experience in private practice and working within multi-disciplinary specialist teams. Having graduated from Guy's, King's and St. Thomas' Dental Institute, King's College London, with a distinction in 'The Practice of Clinical Dentistry', he went on to pursue wide-ranging in experience General Dental Practice, the Community Dental Services and Hospital Services. During these years Rajan attained his Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery and one of the first group of dentists in the UK to achieve Membership of the Joint Dental Faculties at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Rajan completed his specialist training and four-year masters degree in Periodontology at King's Dental Institute, Guy's Hospital London and was subsequently awarded his Membership in Periodontics at The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh. He was also later awarded an Honorary Lectureship by the Faculty of Dental Surgery at the Royal College of Surgeons of England for his significant contributions to the Faculty's education programme. In the past, Rajan has been involved in clinical teaching of undergraduates at both King College London and Birmingham University Dental Hospitals. His commitment to postgraduate education is demonstrated through frequent lectures and presentations, which he delivers at national and international levels.
Rajan can provide a comprehensive range of advanced periodontal care and implant dentistry. His areas of particular interest are non-surgical and surgical management of periodontitis and peri-implant disease. His scope to offer surgical treatment includes periodontal surgery, periodontal regeneration, crown lengthening (functional and aesthetic) and periodontal plastic surgery.
Aside from his clinical work, Rajan has been a Council member for the British Society of Periodontology and has served as the inaugural Chairman of the society's young Specialists group. In 2014 Rajan was selected as an Officer on the 'Scientific Affairs Committee' for the 'European Federation of Periodontology', one of Europe's largest dental organisations.
Bill graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1990. He began his dental career in NHS practice in Wigan.
In 1992 he worked as an associate in Chesterfield gaining valuable endodontic experience with Brian Kirkland. In 1995 he worked in group practices within Sheffield and Chesterfield performing mainly endodontic procedures, treating around 3000 endodontic cases.
Bill joined the British Endodontic Society in 1992 and since that time has attended over 20 BES meetings.
Bill remains committed to improving his own knowledge and hopes that his teaching will inspire the next generation of clinicians to always question themselves and provide excellent care for their patients.
Outside work he enjoys spending time with his wife Jaana and their 3 children. Bill is a keen cyclist and enjoys skiing and scuba diving. He is also a life-long Wigan Rugby League fan.
She graduated as a Dentist in her hometown. After graduating, Maria wanted to achieve one of her lifelong ambitions, which was to travel and experience life and culture in a different country. Since her arrival in 2007, she has been working in Primary Care dentistry, allowing her to utilise her dental skills to deliver high standards of dental treatment to a variety of different patients.
During the past few years, Maria hasn’t stopped learning and improving her knowledge in the field of dentistry and her main interests is Orthodontics as well as Oral Surgery. She achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Orthodontics and worked voluntarily with Mercy Ships (a non-profit organisation that does charitable work) in Sierra Leone. Maria says she found this experience ‘very challenging yet rewarding at the same time.'
Maria likes to travel along with meeting different people and sharing their culture. She loves learning new languages and is proud to say that she can talk perfect Spanish, English (with an accent!) as well as intermediate French. Outside of dentistry, Maria enjoys physical activities such as Yoga, trekking in the countryside, along with cycling. She also has a passion for cooking.
Maria considers herself to be very patient, considerate, empathetic and a good communicator, qualities, which she believes are vital for patient care.
Nishant 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.
In November 2016, Nish successfully completed his examinations for Membership of the Faculty of Dental Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh.
At the Practice, Nish provides most of the general dentistry to adults and children. He also has an interest in Digital Dentistry, helping to deliver innovative Computer Aided Designed and Manufactured (CAD-CAM) restorations. Nish has completed a year-long certificate in Cosmetic Dentistry and Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry with Chris Orr. Nish is also certified in Digital Smile Design. Currently, Nish is undertaking a Diploma in Conscious sedation at the University of Newcastle, which will allow him to safely use additional techniques to work with and treat anxious patients.
Nish is also involved in undertaking clinical research within the practice to ensure the delivery of the highest quality evidence-based treatment to all our patients.
Outside of work, Nish is a serving Officer in the Army Dental Corps Reserve. He is also a keen cyclist, an offshore sailor, and a keen photographer.
Angela qualified as a dentist from Newcastle University in 2002. She later graduated from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2004.
Angela is particularly interested in dental implants and has previously attended The Campbell Academy courses to learn advanced techniques in this field.
Angela benefits from a broad range of experience having worked for many years in both hospitals and dental practices. In hospitals, she treated patients with facial trauma, oral cancer and who needed removal of their wisdom teeth. In general dental practice she carries out all aspects of general dentistry.
In 2017, Angela volunteered in Tanzania with the Bridge2Aid charity that the Campbell Clinic have supported for many years.
In 2018 Angela graduated with a diploma in Conscious Sedation.
In her spare time, Angela enjoys keeping fit by running and hill walking. At home she enjoys gardening and baking.
The Campbell Clinic is a Specialist Dental Practice which has multiple Specialists listed on multiple Specialist lists from the General Dental Council. These lists include Oral Surgery, Periodontology (Gum Disease), Endodontics (Root Fillings), Orthodontics (Teeth Straightening) and Restorative Dentistry including crowns, bridges, dentures and fillings.
At the current time we have clinicians in the practice who are registered on eight different General Dental Council Specialist lists which is what denotes us as a Specialist Practice.
To compliment the clinical work and the workload of the Specialists within the practice we also have clinicians who are not on the Specialist list. These include General Dental Practitioners, some of whom have further degree qualifications including Masters Degrees in Implant Dentistry and Restorative Dentistry.
All of our clinicians undergo extensive further Post-Graduate education and are entirely suited to the tasks they perform within the practice. We also have two Hygienists, a Dental Therapist and a Clinical Dental Technician within the practice. Our Dental Nurses are also extensively trained to provide aspects of dental care including x-rays, photographs and dental impressions both digital and analogue.
All this means is that you may see a Specialist in the practice or someone designated by a Specialist to assist in carrying out your care. This facilitates more speedy treatment and a smoother treatment pathway; if the treatment was entirely left to Specialist provision there would be longer waiting lists and less accessibility to treatment as Specialists are much less in numbers.
If you are in any doubt about the clinician who is treating you in the practice then please ask any member of the team to explain entirely who the individual is and what their qualifications are. No one in the practice will ever treat a patient for which they are not qualified. We feel it is important to point this out at the very outset of treatment to ensure that patients do not ever feel that they have been under the impression that they have been entirely treated by a Specialist at all times.
If you have a preference for a clinician to treat you for a particular aspect of your treatment then please ask and we will do our upmost to facilitate any request.