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Dr. John Flucke
Dr. John Flucke is in private practice in Lee’s Summit, Mo. He also serves as technology editor for Dental Products Report magazine and keeps an active blog filled with thoughts and tidbits on the world of technology at blog.denticle.com.
How to locate the pain points in your practice
How to locate the pain points in your practice
Streamlining your practice is all about locating the areas that are holding you back.
Top 5 product test drives of 2017
Dr. Flucke, Chief Dental Editor and Technology Editor at DPR, breaks down the products that blew him away this year.
How to use apps to improve efficiency and security in the dental practice: Part 2
How to use apps to improve efficiency and security in the dental practice: Part 2
In part two of a two-part series, explore several apps and security measures you should consider to simplify your day-to-day.
Inside 2017’s award-winning technology
Inside 2017’s award-winning technology
Examining some of the award-winning products that stood out to the Technology Evangelist.
Using apps to improve efficiency and security in the dental practice
Using apps to improve efficiency and security in the dental practice
In part one of a two-part series, we explore several apps and security measures you should consider to simplify your day-to-day.
Technology evolution and the Gemini laser
Technology evolution and the Gemini laser
How technology advancements—and one unique diode laser—are changing the way dentists practice.
How EHR can improve your practice
How EHR can improve your practice
How electronic health record software can enable your practice to reach a new level of efficiency.
How Genius Endo can simplify endodontics
How Genius Endo can simplify endodontics
Exploring the benefits of Ultradent’s Endo-Eze Genius Endodontic System.
Aspida Recovery and the cruciality of data backups
Aspida Recovery and the cruciality of data backups
Having a backup system like Aspida Recovery can be critical in saving your practice in the event of a disaster.
Why making strong bonds efficiently makes a big difference
Why making strong bonds efficiently makes a big difference
How using a 5th-generation technique in bonded restorations can cut down on unnecessary chair time and provide numerous benefits to patients and doctors alike.