Dentists, Implants and Worms

Join Dr. Justin Moody, DDS in Rapid City's Podcast Studio 1-A every week with a variety of regulars on the show such as Dr. John Landers, Jeffrey Alan Smith and Gabe Olson. Dr. Justin Moody invites dozens upon dozens of his colleagues, mentors and inspirations in the world of dentirstry. We interview them live via Skype and/or in the Studio. Dentists, Implants and Worms: Helping you navigate the world of dentistry— one vodka-soda at a time!
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Nov 25, 2016

Dr. Caputo is a general dentist who practices cosmetic dentistry, implant dentistry, and restorative dentistry. He always places patient comfort first. He believes that his patients are entitled to the information they need to make educated choices about their oral health. His approach to dentistry is comprehensive and tailored for each patient. Dr. Caputo earned his Doctorate of Dental Surgery at Marquette University.

Following his passion for implant dentistry, Dr. Caputo has spent over one year of dedicated Implantology training to attain credentials to surgically place and restore dental implants. He continues to train with some of the most prominent implant surgeons and prosthetic specialists in the country. He is currently on a multi-year process to become board certified through the American Academy of Implant Dentistry.

 Dr. Caputo dedicates a portion of his time teaching at Marquette University School of Dentistry as a part-time clinical professor one day per week. He enjoys following his passion for educating future dentists in a hands-on clinical environment. When he’s not practicing dentistry or teaching, Dr. Caputo is spending time with his wife, Laura, and their fluffy Samoyed, Sable. Currently he is accepting new patients and is looking forward to meeting you!

Nov 22, 2016

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From Roy, himself:

Most dentists live in fear of litigation but few worry about going to prison. Nonetheless, I went to prison on August 20, 2008 and was released on May 14, 2010. If you'd like, take a deep breath, hold on, and take a ride with me through a health care providers worst nightmare. Take heart....there are ways to prevent what happened to me from happening to you.

Born in Pennington Gap, VA, I was "raised" on a farm in rural southwest Virginia. Growing up there I learned to love the people and the scenery of the Appalachian Mountains. The second of 4 boys born to a High School agriculture teacher and a registered nurse, working on the farm instilled the importance of hard work. I'm deeply thankful to my parents for the example they set for me. I graduated from Pennington High School in 1973, with honors, and was accepted and enrolled at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville the fall semester of that same year. I was a 1977 graduate of the University of Virginia with a double major in Biology and Religious Studies.  I applied, was accepted to, and enrolled in the dental school at Virginia Commonwealth University and graduated with honors in 1981, 5th of 115. I returned home in 1981 to start my new practice in my grandfather's hardware store building.

Serving organized dentistry as a former Secretary/Treasurer and President of the southwest Virginia, Component 6, Virginia Dental Association I learned the importance of giving back to the profession. I was honored to be been made a delegate to the Virginia Dental Association's Annual Meeting. I also learned the importance of back to my community, state, and world as I had been so richly blessed.  I have served for over 7 years with the various Mission of Mercy projects in Virginia and have been a member of a team of short term missionaries with the Baptist Medical Dental Missions International to Honduras, CA for 10 years. All this happened prior to the voluntary surrender of my dental license for revocation after the conviction and prior to sentencing.

The criminal action began as an investigation by the Commonwealth of Virginia and the FBI in 2003 of the dental practice and myself. To this day, we still do not know what or who initiated the action. I was indicted in October of 2006 after evidence was presented twice to the Grand Jury in the western district of Virginia. I was tried in United States District Court for the Western District of Virginia, Roanoke Division in Abingdon. I was found guilty after a 9 day jury trial on March 6, 2008, of Health Care Fraud, Racketeering, Money Laundering, and Structuring. The money laundering convictions were set aside on July 1, 2008. On July 10, 2008, I was sentenced by the Honorable James P. Jones, of the Western District of Virginia to serve 24 months in Federal Prison with an additional 36 months of supervised probation. I am now serving the 36 month of supervised probation. During the sentencing, the prosecution presented witnesses and evidence to establish, support, and "demonstrate the amount of loss sustained by the victims as result of the offense”. Of the payments that I received during the six and a half years reviewed (payments in excess of three and a half million dollars) that loss was determined to be $17,889.57. In addition, I was ordered on March 6, 2008 to forfeit $200,000 as a result of the RICO and Structuring conviction. A penalty of $75,000 were ordered on July 10, 2008. The restitution represents "restitution to each victim in the full amount of each victim’s losses”. The Government began an appeal of the decision in the criminal case; however, has since abandoned that appeal. The criminal case is now final as a matter law.  The government continued their attempts to again prosecute me and the practice via a civil complaint filed on November 6th, 2009.  That action was settled without going  to trial in February 2013.  The civil complaint was based on the same alleged course of action and claims as in the criminal action.  For the time being, there are no pending actions against me, but who knows how long that will continue to be the case?

Nov 18, 2016

Kevin M. Donlin, D.M.D. is the doctor and owner of We Care Dental in Madison, SD.  He is originally from Miller, SD where he was born and raised.  Dr. Donlin received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences from South Dakota State University in May of 2008, and then went on to receive his Doctorate of Medical Dentistry degree at Midwestern University in Glendale, AZ in May of 2012.  Kevin is also currently a dentist in the South Dakota Army National Guard.  He has been in the Army since February of 2000, is a combat veteran, and is now a Captain.

Dr. Donlin started with We Care Dental in August of 2013 when he purchased the practice from Dr. Gerald Elpert.  Kevin and his family have enjoyed settling into the community of Madison.  He has been married to his wife Angela since 2006.  They have two children, Derrick (5) and Nadine (3).  Both children have been having fun participating in numerous activities in town.  Kevin is also involved in Madison Area Chamber of Commerce, Madison Rotary Club, member of the Madison VFW, American Dental Association, South Dakota Dental Association, and the South Dakota Academy of General Dentistry.

In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, hunting, and various construction projects with his father.

Check out Kevin's practice at

Nov 15, 2016

When someone moves to a new area... they need to find a dentist, especially for their families.  Well, where do they start?  How do they make their choice?  What sort of seemingly little things are being overlooked when it comes to marketing in the information age?

Justin and Gabe are out of town for this one, so Jeff is at the helm with a good friend of his, Thomas Golden, who is a big fan of the podcast, despite not being a dentist.  He knows as much about dentistry as Jeff does, so this should be interesting!

Thomas is a Navy veteran with three kids and a loving wife who have followed him around the country from city to city.  He has had his fair share of dental experiences, which makes him a perfect guest for our podcast!  We've never quite had just a patient on the show.  Usually we have the doctors, the mentors, the scientists, the educators, the marketers, the business managers... but never just a patient to give us some insight.

Take it as you will... if you don't get anything from it, hopefully you were entertained!


Nov 11, 2016

Dr. Robert Stanley has been interested in dentistry since spending hours in his grandfather’s dental office in Chicago as a child. After his grandfather passed away, Dr. Stanley became interested in Engineering. He worked at Sony Ericsson in Research Triangle Park as a Senior Project Manager.

Since meeting his wife, Dr. Bobbi Stanley, and being involved with her dental practice, Dr. Robert Stanley realized that he still loved dentistry. He obtained a DDS from the University of North Carolina and joined his wife in practice. Robert Stanley’s dental acumen is a perfect complement to the practice. He enjoys surgery, endodontics, and General Dentistry.

Dr. Robert Stanley is a Diplomate with the International College of Oral Implantologists (ICOI), certified in Oral, IV and Conscious Sedation and is a member of the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), the American Dental Association (ADA), the Raleigh-Wake Dental Society, the North Carolina Dental Society, the Dental Organization for Conscious Sedation (DOCS) and the International Association of Comprehensive Aesthetics.

Check out and for more information on Dr. Stanley and his continued education program.

Nov 8, 2016

Dr. Mike Freimuth is the owner of ProSmile.  Dr. Mike received his dental degree from Creighton University School of Dentistry in 1994. He then completed a general practice residency at the Veteran’s Administration Medical Center in Omaha, NE and has been in private practice since 1995. He is committed to continuing education. Not only taking classes but also devoting his time to teaching continuing education classes to his fellow dentists. Dr. Mike loves spending his time outside of work with wife Bonnie and two beautiful daughters, Emma and Betsy

Nov 4, 2016

It's a party in Studio 1-A on the latest episode of Dentists, Implants and Worms!  Thanks to Justin's epic Obamacare rant from a couple of episodes ago, a couple of health insurance experts decided to chime in on their take on the Obamacare fiasco.

Tonight's guests are Dawn Knutson and Danielle Dykes.  Dawn Knutson works for Midwest Employee Benefits, Inc. and Danielle is an Individual Specialist for the same company.

We also have Rob James back in the studio to chime in on the discussion... always a pleasure!

Nov 1, 2016

This special episode, presented by Alan Mead of The Dental Hacks, features a round table recording featuring five of the presenters that will be featured in the upcoming Voices of Dentistry Summit in Nashville, TN on January 27-28th! We feature Dr. Justin Moody from the "Dentists, Implants and Worms" podcast, Jonathan VanHorn from the "Start Your Dental Practice" podcast, Dr. Bilal Saib of "The Passionate Dentist" podcast and Dr. Jon Rogers of "the Dental Guys" podcast. We have some laughs as well as talk about how we started as well as what we see are the main problems facing dentistry as a profession. 

Go get your ticket to the Voices of Dentistry Summit! All your favorite dental podcasters in one place doing the thing they do best!