Technology Evangelist

Technology planning for the fourth quarter and beyond
Technology planning for the fourth quarter and beyondPlanning for new technology implementation can streamline the process and make the transition much easier.
The importance of security in dentistry
The importance of security in dentistryThe threats are changing, making security all the more important in the dental practice.
6 ways to improve tech in your dental practice for the second half of 2016
6 ways to improve tech in your dental practice for the second half of 2016Let’s take a look at a few ideas of things that could help you make some changes for the better for your dental practice in the last half of 2016.
How to use technology to enhance your internal marketingExternal marketing may work for some dental practices, but oftentimes the ROI isn't worth the effort. See how internal marketing can be a lot more effective — and much less expensive.
4 practice-changing technologies
4 practice-changing technologiesTechnology is an interesting thing. Most times we get into it hoping that it will provide an amazing opportunity for us to do some things we haven't done before. Let's take a look that some of the things I've discovered over the years that have truly made a tremendous difference for my practice and myself.
A good night's rest: Why sleep apnea treatment is critical
A good night's rest: Why sleep apnea treatment is criticalIn the last few years our profession has seen an increased focus on the treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) in our practices. Many of us are now asking questions during our initial patient interviews and devoting portions of our patient health history forms to the subject of OSA.
The top overlooked technologies your dental practice should be thinking about
The top overlooked technologies your dental practice should be thinking aboutWhat technologies are under appreciated—or going unused—in your dental practice? Dr. John Flucke explores several technologies you shouldn't be ignoring.
3D CAD/CAM in the future of dentistry
3D CAD/CAM in the future of dentistryThe progress of dentistry has been likened to a moving sidewalk where, if you are not moving forward, progress sweeps you backward. Time and again we have seen that you can make the best buggy whips in the world, but if no one is making buggies anymore, your company is doomed to failure.
Top technologies for caries and cancer detection
Top technologies for caries and cancer detectionWhen it comes to technology and the integration of it, there are many ways to skin the “Technology Cat.” For many, it might mean integrating computers into your daily clinical routine. Or it might mean finally embracing digital radiography and adding that component to your office armamentarium.
How to transform a dental practice from low-tech to high-tech
How to transform a dental practice from low-tech to high-techSo it’s been a while (maybe a long while) since you’ve updated anything and suddenly you’re feeling left out and behind the curve. What to do?