BDS, DiplmpDent RCS (Eng) GDC No. 50438
John McInerney, who qualified from Birmingham university in 1976, has been actively involved in implant dentistry since 1992 and has extensive experience of many implant systems.
He has pursued dental implant and restorative postgraduate education mainly in the UK with some courses taking him abroad.
After three years of study he was awarded the Diploma in Implantology in 2006 from the Royal College of Surgeons in London and is continuing his studies with a further MSc at the University of London.
After Senior House jobs in London and Cheltenham hospitals in oral surgery, in 1981 he first started his own practice in Fareham. In 1997 he moved to custom made premises to continue his interest in implantology and restorative dentistry.
Over the last 11 years he has been running a referral practice along side his general practice dedicated to excellence in restorative and implant dentistry and this practice joined the James Hull Group in 2008.
He is also a part time lecturer at the Royal College Implant Diploma courses in London and is part of the ADI mentor scheme to guide other practitioners in implant dentistry.
Dr McInerney has been a member of the ADI since 1993. He has attended many conferences and study meetings including the ADI annual meetings since 1993. He has an interest in aesthetic dentistry, particularly in relation to implants, which has been developed over many years. He has attended many aesthetic dentistry courses involving the world aesthetic congress and workshops.
He attended a year course in 1992 with Eddie Scher, Hilt Tatum institute in 2000 and Harris Sidelsky in 2001. He received the Certificate of Restorative Dentistry from the Eastman year course in 1996. He has had close links with Hilt Tatum, his teacher for a four year period. Hilt invented the sinus graft technique and is one of the pioneers of implant dentistry. He has visited John’s practice many times and has been generous in passing his knowledge on. John has focused on several key Clinicians to gain experience and teaching.