The British Academy of Dental Implantology Certificate examination is comprised of two sections. The first section is a written MCQ examination and the second section consists of case presentations.
The examination is comprehensive, covering topics such as collecting and assessing patient data, preparing and presenting a patient treatment plan, implementing patient treatment, and maintaining the effectiveness of the dental implant treatment.
The Certificate exam measures the in-depth knowledge, proficient skills, and abilities of practitioners to provide comprehensive, safe and effective oral implant care for the public.
Candidates must pass the Part I written examination prior to taking the Part II case presentation portion of the examination. The Part I Examination is a written examination consisting of 50 written multiple choice questions; Candidates are given 1 ½ hours for this section. Candidates are not allowed to bring any electronic devices, bags or other extraneous items into the examination room.
Part II examination requires the submission of 5 documented cases (Not Implants) for Board review.
Timing of the Exam : TBC
Location of Exam : TBC
- Membership of the British Academy of Dental Implantology
- Copy of graduation certificate
- 2 personal pictures
- At Least 50 credit hours of continuing education in implant dentistry courses completed within the last 5 years
Registration fee: £295
Part I Exam Fees: £295
Part II Case Studies: £295
Intent to Take the Examination:
All applications should be submitted before – date to be advised.
Once your application is approved, you will be contacted by the BADI. At that time, you will be required to submit a Letter of Intent with the appropriate fees.
A cancellation fee of £295 will apply for any candidate requesting to cancel after the advised date.
The timely submission and accuracy of the information submitted is the responsibility of the applicant.
The BADI will not accept applications under the following circumstances:
- Application arrives past the posted due date
- Applications those are incomplete, without required signatures fees andsupporting documents.
If at any time during the application your contact information changes, it is your responsibility to contact the BADI and update your file.
Examination results will be announced within a month of the examination date for the first part and the part II examination.
Candidates who fail either part of the examination may appeal this decision to the Board. Each appeal must be submitted in writing and must be received in the BADI board within 5 days after the examination results are announced.
The Diploma Board reserves the right to change certification and or application requirements and deadlines for future examinations. The BADI Board may at its discretion, approve, or deny any candidate for certification who does not fully satisfy the certification route or qualifications as set forth by the BADI.