Dr Connor Willis

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Dr Connor Willis

Dr Connor qualified with a Bachelor’s Degree in Dental Surgery from the Queens University of Belfast in 2012.

On completion he moved to Edinburgh, Scotland, to work in both private and public practices while completing a one-year post-graduate training placement at the Edinburgh Postgraduate Dental Institute. This training involved mentorship by some of the UK’s top specialist dentists to further his knowledge in prosthodontics, periodontics, oral surgery, implant and cosmetic dentistry.

Successful completion was followed by a move to Perth in August 2013 where he started working in private practice and joined the Australasian Osseointegration Society.

During 2013 and 2014 he completed his Australasian Academy of Dento-Facial Aesthetics training in both fundamental and advanced wrinkle relaxers, dermal fillers and minimally invasive thread lifts to complement his interest in cosmetic and aesthetic dentistry, as well as full face aesthetics. He is currently still a member of the AADFA, offering high end facial aesthetics to his growing patient base.

In 2015 he successfully completed his primary examinations for entry to the Royal College of Surgeons, prior to application for the Postgraduate Diploma in Conscious Sedation and Pain Management at the University of Sydney.

While waiting for his application process to be completed, he undertook some further education in digital dentistry, specifically CEREC. Dr Connor introduced CEREC to Dental O So Gentle, making indirect restorations (such as crowns) available in a single visit, increasing patient comfort and satisfaction.

In 2017 he started his postgraduate diploma becoming one of only four dentists to be successfully accepted in Australia that year. Over 2017 and 2018 he travelled to Westmead Hospital in Sydney on a regular basis for training in both theory and practical application from dental sedationists and specialist anaesthetists. By the end of 2018 he had successfully completed all of the modules allowing him to register as an AHPRA endorsed dental sedationist.

Throughout 2019 Connor has been travelling to Melbourne to attend courses from the Dental Implant Academy. This has kept him updated with the latest developments in implant planning and development, including fully guided or keyhole implant placement as well as guided bone regeneration and augmentation for highly complex cases.

In January 2020 he will be starting his postgraduate implant training awarded by the Cambridge Academy of Dental Implantology.

Dr Connor Willis