Andrew Cameron currently holds the position of Lecturer in Dental Technology at Griffith Universities School of Dentistry and Oral Health. Before this he worked commercially in several dental laboratory’s and dental clinics as a technician and clinical dental technician. He currently teaches in the undergraduate Bachelor of Dental technology and Dental Prosthetics and Post Graduate Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Periodontics and Maxillofacial surgery specialist programs. He is also clinically active seeing his own patients for removable prosthetics one day a week.
Andrew has a keen interest in maintaining and keeping up with the current trends in digital dentistry. He utilises digital technology techniques both clinically and technically daily in both a teaching, research and clinical context. He is currently involved in several in vitro and in vivo research project ranging from novel additive manufactured surgical guided techniques, accuracy measurement of optical scanners and 3D printers, randomised control trial for implant placement and measurement of CBCT parameters for a range of restorative dental materials. He currently has 4 papers under review.