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Dr Elliott Ballantyne graduated with a degree in Dental Science from the Dublin Dental Hospital, Trinity College Dublin in 2003. He is also a graduate of the Faculty of Science, Trinity College having achieved an honours degree in Physiology in 1999. In 2010, he became a Member of the Faculty of Dentistry of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. He is also a member of the Irish Faculty of Primary Dental Care. Elliott has participated in several internationally recognised courses including a year- long course in dental implantology with Straumann ITI in 2006. He has also attended Master Courses in GBR (Guided Bone Regeneration) and Sinus Grafting Procedures with the internationally recognised Professor Dr. Dr. Rainier Schmelzeisen at the University of Freiberg and at the European Institute for Advanced Implantology with Dr Pascal Valentini and Dr David Abensur at the University of Paris. More recently, Elliott has attended a Master Course in Advanced Esthetic Implant Dentistry at the prestigious University of Bern, Switzerland under the tuition of Professors Daniel Buser and Urs Belser. Through his studies, Elliott has gained extensive knowledge and clinical experience in all aspects of implant dentistry including bone augmentation/grafting, full mouth reconstruction, implant retained dentures, and crown and bridge. He has just completed a 4 Year Masters Degree in Dental Implantology at the University of Bristol and has been awarded a distinction. His aim is to operate at the highest possible standards, providing exemplary dental care, with implant placement in the correct 3 dimensional restoratively driven position, enabling imperceptible prosthetic replacements for missing teeth. Dr Elliott Ballantyne is registered with both the UK and Irish Dental Councils. He is a member of the faculty of dentistry in the Royal College of Surgeons Ireland, the International Team for Implantology, Irish Dental Association.
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