Craig Kennett qualified from Kings College London in 1990. He spent a year in hospital dentistry in oral surgery and restorative dentistry with an emphasis on the treatment of gum disease - Periodontology. He gained his PhD in Periodontology from Kings College in 1995 and was awarded the Sir Wilfred Fish Prize by the British Society of Periodontology in 1995.
Craig has taught as Lecturer in periodontology at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry where he also ran the Master of Clinical Dentistry course in periodontology for those dentists wishing to become specialists in this field.
He has accumulated a wealth of experience in implant dentistry since 1998 and treats a full range of cases from single tooth to full arch reconstruction with delayed and immediate loading. Craig is also experienced in the All-on-4®procedure, and has received training at the Malo clinic in Lisbon, the largest centre for implantology in the world. As well as implant dentistry, he has great experience in general and aesthetic dentistry and has a special interest in laser dentistry. He is highly experienced too in managing and treating diseases around implants such as peri-implantitis
Although he is a specialist, Craig has always been keen to develop his general dental skills as this helps with effective treatment planning and dealing with the range of complex problems patients often present with. He has much experience in hard and soft tissue regeneration and aesthetic gum reshaping techniques as well as using regenerative materials and he incorporates them into his implant and restorative treatments to enhance the results for his patients.