Dr. McCullough is highly trained on Integrated Implantology. Using 3D cone beam computed tomography (CBCT) and combining it with intraoral scanning, allows Dr. McCullough to produce a 3D model of the patient. Now the dentistry and surgery he performs can be simulated first on a virtual model, resulting in definitive precision within fractions of millimeters. Another technology, CEREC (Chairside Economical Restoration of Esthetic Ceramics), allows him to use CAD/CAM (Computer Aided Design/Computer Assisted Manufacturing) to design a tooth (crown or onlay), so that teeth can be restored in a single appointment, rather than multiple appointments.
Dr. McCullough has a continued passion for learning, both educating himself and educating other dentists. His more recent qualifications have been in IV sedation, microscope enhanced dentistry, digital dentistry, and integrated implantology. He is also trained to place full zirconia dental implants (Ceraroot) in addition to common titanium dental implants. Dr. McCullough has been teaching at Algonquin College since 2005 and sits on the college’s Dental Advisory Committee. He also lectures both nationally and internationally on dental technology and integrated implantology.
With his colleague and close friend of over 30 years, Dr. Winlow, they helped establish a program with CHEO (Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario) where they re-establish the oral health of cancer survivors in need of treatment. Dr. McCullough is an active member of the Ottawa Dental Society Council, established the Ottawa CEREC study club, co-founded Capital Dentistry and the Capital Dentistry study club, and beta tests materials and methods for many major dental companies in digital implant, restorative and sleep dentistry.
When he’s not teaching or on the road lecturing, Dr. McCullough enjoys spending most of his time with his two daughters, as well as camping, hiking and snowmobiling.