Dr. Jack Fisher completed his orthodontic training at the Medical College of Georgia in 1982. Since then he has been in the full-time practice of orthodontics in Kentucky and Tennessee. He has lectured both in the United States and internationally. He has lecture to many component and state associations. He is a member of the Southern Association of Orthodontics and the American Association of Orthodontists. He is presently a faculty member in the orthodontic department at the University of Tennessee. He has taught a two-day cadaver course for the insertion and use of temporary skeletal anchorage devices for thirteen years. He has written several articles on the use of these devices. He recently has developed and taught a course on the use of CBCTs for the diagnosis and treatment of orthodontic patients.