BDS, MSc, PhD, ITI Fellow

Cemal Ucer runs a full-time national referral centre at ICE hospital after previously running the Manchester Dental Implant Clinic which he established is 1995. He was awarded an MSc in implantology at Manchester Dental Hospital following his research into guided bone regeneration and osteopromotion in 1995.

Later, he has gained a PhD from the University of Manchester for his clinical and laboratory studies into the factors affecting the success of implant treatment in iliac grafts and the investigation of the effect of skeletal bone density on implant survival.

Cemal’s current clinical and research interests include immediate implant placement, reconstructive bone surgery, Zygomatic Implants for the rehabilitation of the severely atrophic jaws, nerve damage and the effect of bone density on the success of implant treatment.

Academically, he has gained European recognition for his work on the development of a new framework for teaching and assessment of clinical competence in implantology.

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