Scrabble & Alphabet Soup - Bringing Simplicity to Cone Beam Technology:

3D Cone Beam imaging can provide amazing never before seen information about your patients. No longer just for the specialist, this incredible technology is now entering the mainstream of dentistry. Learn the basics of what cone beam computed tomography is and how it can help you provide better care while keeping you better informed about your patients.

Learning Outcomes:
• Common CBCT terminology
• Proper imaging resolutions
• Advantages of 3D vs 2D radiography

  • Course Code: T10
  • CE Credit: 3
  • Audience:
John C. Flucke

John C. Flucke, DDS

Dr. John Flucke is in private practice in Lee’s Summit, Missouri where he spends four days per week in direct patient care. He also serves as Technology Editor for Dental Products Report magazine as well as Chief Dental Editor where he writes, edits, and does video demos of products featured in his “Technology Evangelist’ columns. Doctor Flucke has one of the most popular dental blogs on the Internet “Ramblings of Dentistry’s Technology Evangelist” featuring daily updates on technology in healthcare and technology in general. He lectures extensively on all aspects of clinical dentistry as well as technology in dentistry and has been featured at every major dental meeting in the U.S. and international locations as well. Dr. Flucke uses technology in every aspect of his practice and and personal life; pushing himself to constantly be on the leading edge. He loves testing, and breaking, the latest gear he can get his hands on. He lives his life by the motto “you can’t have too many toys”. He consults with manufacturers helping with development of techniques, technologies, and products which allows him to see things from the “duct tape and zip tie stage” all the way through to the completed item. Dr. Flucke’s passion is “Technology that Improves Patient Outcomes” and is always working to create or to help create products and techniques that allow patients a better quality of life. He is a past president of the Greater Kansas City Dental Society as well as serving as the Missouri State Peer Review Chairman.