"To create genuine learning experiences from which clinicians can return to their respective practice environment and immediately apply fresh knowledge to make a profound difference for their patients, themselves and their staff."
TOM McCLAMMY D.M.D., M.S.
Dr. Thomas V. McClammy graduated from Oregon Health Sciences University School of Dentistry in 1982. During the next 15 years, he created a remarkable general practice in Oregon and passionately pursued continuing education courses to fulfill his insatiable desire to learn. In 1996, Dr. McClammy was accepted as a post-doctoral endodontic resident at Boston University’s prestigious Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine. He earned a Master’s degree as well as a certificate in endodontics in 1999 from his mentor, Dr. Herbert Schilder, who is widely recognized as the “father of modern day endodontics”.
Currently, Dr. McClammy has a full-time endodontic and implantology practice in North Scottsdale, Arizona, and is well known for his expertise, passion, and extraordinary teaching skills. Dr. McClammy has lectured nationally and internationally on endodontics and implantology, frequently incorporating CBCT into his presentations. He has been a contributing author to the 10th Edition of Pathways of the Pulp (Dental Clinics of North America, July 2014), the Journal of Endodontics and contributed a chapter for the 2nd Edition of Atlas of Cone Beam Imaging for Dental Applications by Dr. Dale Miles.
With a vast array of specialites and decades of training and practice, the educators at H.D.I. are the top in their chosen fields. Beyond what they know is the desire and ability to share, teach and inspire others to reach out for better treatment results and long term success.
Access to this level of education in small focused groups is unparalled in dental education. H.D.I. is expressly determined to offer the best hands on training available anywhere. A continuing search for the best teachers, newest technology and the latest techniques is at the very heart of the H.D.I. philosophy.