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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
The DPR Innovator Profiles 2014: Pushing our industry forward

Innovation drives our profession. Fortunately, dentistry has some amazing “renaissance” type of thinkers who are constantly problem solving from outside the box, inside the box, and under the box.

Dr. John Flucke: Looking forward, looking back on dental technology predictions for 2014

I was talking to my Group Editorial Director Kevin Henry the other day and he happened to mention that we are now closing in on the halfway point of 2014. Think about that for a minute, I’ll wait…

3 main steps for a proper infection control process

As a profession, we are charged with a very important mission — we need to provide the best possible care to our patients while doing it in an environment that ensures their safety.

Dr. John Flucke's 10 practice predictions for 2014

Dr. John Flucke takes a look at what the dental industry can expect in 2014.

Dr. John Flucke: Top 5 new dental product test drives of 2013

I flat out cannot believe that another year has melted away that quickly. It feels like when I woke up this morning, it was Memorial Day!

5 amazing dental technologies you should be using every day [VIDEO]

Are you taking technology for granted? Here’s a break down of technology that can help improve your practice and why you should be using it if you’re not already.

The absolute best in curing light technologies

We’ve seen a lot of changes in the way we provide treatment since the mid-1990s or so. While there were some advances in dentistry before that time, I truly believe the pure amount of changes we have seen in the last 10-20 years in our profession may well be more than there ever were before that time.

Tablet technology leads evolution in dental practice computing

We’ve seen a steady evolution of computing and computer usage in our offices with major upgrades/changes since the year 2000. We’ve moved from computers strictly in the business office to computers in the treatment areas.