Friday, November 7, 2008

Thanks for a great CB-500 3D event!

A big thanks to all the attendees and especially to Goetze Dental for a great GX CB-500 event last night in my office in Lee's Summit, MO. We had a great time and it's always fun to show how this amazing technology can change and impact a dental practice from the moment it is installed.

In the not too distant future, this amazing technology will be commonplace and very well could become the standard of care when dealing with implant placement and 3rd molar extractions.

As a doctor that uses this technology on a regular basis I'm continually amazed at what can be seen, diagnosed, and treatment planned when all of the information is readily available and presented to you visually.

We'll be having more of these events in the future so if you missed this one, keep checking the blog (or even better, subscribe to the RSS feed) and we'll keep you updated. You owe it to yourself to look into this technology. Even if you don't purchase one, sending patients out for scans is a great idea. We are currently performing scans for other offices and would be happy to do them for your office as well. Call 816-525-7373 for details.

1 comment:

  1. I think that everyone will agree these are really exciting times for dentistry. After working/shadowing a local dentist for years I have seen some of the old ways, I am now in third year of dental school and although we are still covering the basics from the past our course has been incorporating some of the more recent dental developments. Our course now includes CBCT imaging (mostly in the implants unit of the course, sadly we have a reclined CBCT), laser dentistry, and we are now working through a CEREC course.

    At this point I can't even imagine where it will be as I near the end of my career. I still come across film radiographs from some longer term patients in the student clinics from time to time and do have to place a minimum number of amalgam restorations. The focus is still on the basics but we are getting a taste of emerging and established technologies.