Meet Cory Glenn

Hi, my name is Cory Glenn.  I’m a dentist, speaker, trainer and tech developer.  I live in Winchester, TN where I practiced dentistry for 8 years.  During that time, I became known as the “Dental MacGyver” for coming up with creative ways to deliver care more affordably and efficiently.  However, in 2015, I developed APL leukemia and had to go on medical leave for treatment.  After a year long battle, I made a near full recovery with exception of ongoing back issues that have kept me from being able to return to clinical practice.  Now that I am a “dry fingered” dentist, I’ve shifted my focus entirely to teaching and development in the field of digital dentistry.

I am the VP of Technology for Blue Sky Bio, a leading implant and software company.  I work with an awesome group of people and we are disrupting the dental field by using technology to make dentistry more affordable and efficient.   I speak extensively on digital dentistry throughout the world and I also operate a training center in my hometown where I teach other dentists digital workflows and techniques.

Most importantly, I am husband to an amazing wife and daddy to 3 beautiful daughters.  I’m an avid outdoorsman and I spend most of my free time either on the water or in the woods.  I’m a musician (guitar and bass) and I also love cooking and photography.

Fun Facts

I’m an amateur taxidermist.

I’m overrun with females:  wife, daughters, 2 female dogs and 1 female cat.  I had a male cat and he ran away to live with my neighbor a few doors down.

I once ran completely out of air while scuba diving…… at 130 feet deep.

I ride a Segway and a recumbent bike and I’m not even embarrassed about it even though my wife is.

I make traditional long bows.

I cut my own hair with a Flowbee.

Upcoming Courses

My courses are held at our 280 acre family farm at the foot of the mountain in beautiful Sewanee, TN.  The farm offers beautiful panoramic views of the surrounding mountains, wildlife, and waterfalls- this is definitely not your stereotypical CE venue!

There is always plenty of after the courses too!  Whether it’s dinner on the lake after the course or, hanging around the campfire outside, there is always plenty of opportunity to hang out and pick the brains of the instructors and colleagues outside of the classroom setting.

I just got back from the Comprehensive Guided Course on Sunday and placed my first 2 guided implants. WOW! I had been placing for 13 years and this was a complete game changer for me. The case was 2 upper bicuspids with a significant skeletal cross bite. They dropped in better than I could have imagined. Cory helped familiarize me with the software and I designed my wax up, placement stent and printed it at the course. I know that is not part of the course but an example of how Cory went above and beyond to make everyone’s experience exceptional. The sponsor/vendor support at the course was so helpful-not once trying to ‘sell’ something but to support our learning at every step. […] I cannot recommend this course highly enough. The CE, the fun, the cookout and camaraderie will have me coming back and recommending this course strongly to whoever will listen! Thank you Cory and thank you everyone!                                            Michael Melkers   







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Welcome to my Blog

What if Your Surgical Guide Could Become the Transitional Restoration?

This was a really interesting case I teamed up with my friend Dr. Rusty Fitton on.   Right now, it’s all the rage to restore an edentulous patient by cutting off a ton of bone and restoring them with an All-On-X restoration.  However, there’s a lot of value in being able to preserve all that bone …

An Affordable Option for Immediate Transitional Hybrid Dentures

I’ve always loved the idea of a 3d printed immediate transitional temporary for fixed hybrids because they’re nearly free to fabricate but the Achilles heel was the strength……I’ve had them snap in half because they’re more brittle. Well, I think we now have a solution that makes it viable. This post shows how I used …