Dentists, Implants and Worms

Join Dr. Justin Moody in Rapid City's Podcast Studio 1-A every week with a variety of personalities joining him as co-hosts— the impeccable Gabe Olson and the Renaissance Millennial, Jeffrey Alan Smith! Dr. Justin Moody invites dozens upon dozens of his colleagues, mentors and inspirations in the world of dentistry. We interview them live via Skype and/or in the Studio. We are unfiltered and have no format— just good, honest conversation and a whole lot of Fireball. Cheers! Dentists, Implants and Worms: Helping you navigate the world of dentistry— one vodka-soda at a time!
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Feb 16, 2018

What happens when Dr. John "The Worm" Landers and the Pasty Gangsta aka Renaissance Millennial, Jeffrey Smith, go rogue and interview the lovely ladies, Sarah and Kat, from CE Zoom? Well, find out by listening! But we'll give you a hint— there's not a whole lot of dental content. HOWEVER, we do talk about exactly what CE Zoom is all about and Sarah and Kat's story about how they came to be not only best friends forever, but also business partners! Oh, and then we discuss relevant topics such as Danica Patrick, ISIS merchandise and what goes into making a hip-hop music video (check this out:

CE Zoom is a pretty handy tool for dental professionals who have always wished to offer continued education, but didn't quite know where to begin. CE Zoom will not only track, store, and remind you of your continuing education requirements, but it simplifies check-in procedures for CE courses and conferences, instantly generates continuing education certificates that will immediately be stored and saved never to be misplaced or lost again.

The Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit 2018 was proud to use CE Zoom for CE credit distribution and registration.

Check out CE Zoom by visiting and let Sarah know what your goals are for offering continued education. If they don't currently offer something— speak up, and Sarah and Kat will brainstorm together and come up with a solution for you and your educational needs!

Feb 13, 2018

Is there ever such thing as relevant content on our podcast?  Sometimes, but this definitely isn't one of them.  Once again from the Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit 2018, Justin is joined by an all star line-up of conversationalists— Drs. John Landers (The Worm), Mike Freimuth (The Nighthawk) and Flash Davies (The Flash).  After kicking things off with a shot of Fireball, these guys dive into some meaningful discussion of the use of bidets and going commando.  It's always a party when The Worm decides to show up— and this episode won't disappoint!  Enjoy, friends!

Feb 6, 2018

Kicking off the first day of the Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit 2018 with Tiger Safarov, who is pretty the epitome of The American Dream.  What so many immigrants want in life is to come to America where they have the freedom to build something for themselves, for their own lives, for their families.  It's definitely not easy, but as Tiger has shown, if you have the drive and are willing to hustle 24/7, The American Dream isn't some far fetched idea.

Tiger’s journey in America began when he emigrated from his home country of Russia to the United States in 2005. At the start, Tiger began learning English while driving to work and singing along to Frank Sinatra. With a strong drive to succeed, he started in his early years working multiple jobs during the day and attending night classes at the local community college. A few years later in 2007, at the age of 22, Tiger founded Siegel Construction while pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. Over the years, Siegel Construction became one of the premier dental and medical design-build firms in Chicago with the aspiration to continue growing throughout the Midwest.

In early 2015, Tiger successfully transitioned from Siegel Construction and today the company continues to thrive and achieve big goals. An entrepreneur at heart, Tiger is currently developing another startup in the dental industry.

ZenSupplies set out in the beginning of 2016 with a simple, yet bold mission: to forever change the dental industry through audacious innovation. And although we may be young, we couldn't be more excited about our chances of one day achieving it.

Our vision is to build an exceptional company with a vibrant soul where everyday, something special is being built. We dream of being a place where people genuinely love to work, and are always motivated to go the extra mile. Equally, we dream of building a product that our customers absolutely love - not just because it's "easy to use", but because of how it changes their lives. Clearly, we do a lot of dreaming here at ZenSupplies. After all, every great thing begins with a dream.

Check out Zen Supplies at

Jan 30, 2018

The Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit 2018 kicked off with a presentation from Dr. Justin Moody.  After a great intro from Dr. Mark Costes, Dr. Moody took to the stage for a TED-Talk style presentation about life and Implant Dentistry.  Please enjoy the recorded presentation from Friday, January 26th at the Voices of Dentistry.

Stay tuned for a new podcast recorded at the Voices of Dentistry, released on Friday!

Jan 26, 2018

Gabe and Jeff had to kick things off on our latest podcast with Dr. Susan Maples, who returns to our podcast after 18 months!  Justin  joins in on the fun in the second part of this great podcast.  Dr. Maples discusses a wide variety of topics including dentistry's impact on the health care of individuals, sex therapy, weight management and healthy dieting.

Jan 23, 2018

Gabe and Jeff had to kick things off on our latest podcast with Dr. Susan Maples, who returns to our podcast after 18 months!  Justin eventually joins in on the fun in Part Two of this great podcast.  Dr. Maples discusses a wide variety of topics including dentistry's impact on the health care of individuals, sex therapy, weight management and healthy dieting.  Stay tuned for Part Two, this Friday!

Dr. Susan is an international speaker in the area of total health, the oral health and systemic health connection, and the diabetes epidemic in America. She also speaks in the areas of leadership, team-building, advanced case planning and acceptance, relationship-based target marketing, and growing healthy kids in your dental practice.

When Susan is not practicing dentistry she serves as a leader in helping her profession take their place in the U.S. health crisis. To help educate the public on the mouth-body health connection, Dr. Susan authored the book BlabberMouth! 77 Secrets Only Your Mouth Can Tell You To Live a Healthier, Happier, Sexier Life. In addition, she is the co-researcher in an award-winning study on detecting diabetes in your dentist’s office.

With all of her work in advanced dental restoration, Dr. Susan has never outgrown her love for working with children. She is the author and originator of the Hands-On Learning Lab™ Kit for children and is recognized nationally for making a significant difference in children’s oral and physical health.

Susan feels it is also important to give back to our community. Dr. Susan and her team donate their time and care for people who are vulnerable, disabled, medically compromised or financially distraught. She is eager to speak before services organizations or promote children’s health with hands-on learning in our schools.

In addition, she writes a monthly dental column in Healthy and Fit Magazine and is published in several nationally recognized dental journals including Dental Economics and the Journal of the Michigan Dental Association.

In her free time Susan she enjoys running, weight training, skiing (on snow and water), snowboarding, cooking and art. She also loves hanging with her 22-year-old son Hunter.

In 1999, Dr. Susan was recognized as a leader in professional ethics and was tapped into the honorary society of the American College of Dentists. She also participates in the ethics and practice management curriculums at the University Of Michigan School Of Dentistry.

Jan 19, 2018

Known internationally for his experience in cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Gary Radz is respected by local celebrities who come to him for a dazzling smile, as well as dental institutes in the US and abroad who call upon him to teach their dentists how to perform the newest procedures in cosmetic dentistry. His career as a dentist showed a brilliance in the field, and through his steadfast dedication in creating the best smiles possible for all his patients, he has earned a position of respect among other dental colleagues who call him a “dentist’s dentist.” Dr. Radz has been listed in 5280 Magazine as one of “Denver’s Best Dentists.” His experience in dentistry has been recognized by local and national media, and he has had the privilege of being interviewed by the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, the Denver Post, the Rocky Mountain News, the Boulder Camera, the Charlotte Observer, Wild Blue Yonder, and Parenting Magazine. Dr. Radz has been asked to be a contributing editor to Denver’s BLOOM and SHINE magazines. Additionally, he has appeared on WBTV and Denver’s “9News.”

Over the past 20 years, Dr. Radz has presented at many regional, national, and international meetings. To date, he has given over 800 presentations in nine countries on four continents. He has presented at the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s annual meeting 15 years in a row and in 2006, he was a featured speaker at the American Dental Association’s Annual Meeting. In the 2004 through 2016 issues of Dentistry Today, Dr. Radz was named as one of the “Top Speakers in Continuing Education.” Dr. Radz was recognized for the 8th time in 8 years in 5280 magazine in their Denver Top Dentists list.

Upon graduation from the University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, Dr. Radz continued his education by completing two postgraduate residency programs. In the field of dentistry, this sets him apart because the residencies require an enormous commitment and considerable talent. In fact, his abilities as a dentist shined so brightly that he became the chief resident of both programs: the Advanced Education in General Dentistry program at the University of North Carolina and the General Practice Residence program at Rush-Presbyterian-St. Luke’s Medical Center in Chicago.

He relocated to Denver in 1999 after practicing in Charlotte, North Carolina, for nine years. When he moved here, he immediately focused his practice on cosmetic dentistry and continued taking advanced courses to learn more. He completed advanced education programs in cosmetic dentistry at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Esthetic Dentistry, the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, and most recently at the Kois Center in Seattle. Additionally, he has completed more than 2000 hours of continuing education in cosmetic dentistry.

Dr. Radz has written more than 175 articles on cosmetic dentistry materials and techniques, and he serves on the editorial board of seven dental journals, including the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has served as the editor-in-chief of Mentor and ACEsthetics magazines. In 2003 and 2013, he was the chairman of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s annual scientific meeting, responsible for the educational format of over 2000 of the world’s most dedicated cosmetic dental experts. In 2008 and 2012, he was program chairman for the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics annual meeting.

Dr. Radz has also developed a reputation as an excellent photographer. His photography is used by manufacturers and dental laboratories for promotion and education. Many photographs on this website were taken by Dr. Radz, and they feature patients of his practice. Dr. Radz’s photography has made the cover of several dental journals, including the Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry.

Because of his long experience in cosmetic dentistry, Dr. Radz began to share his knowledge by teaching dental courses. For the last 20 years, Dr. Radz has lectured internationally on cosmetic dentistry. He has also served as an instructor for the Institute for Advanced Studies in Esthetic Dentistry, Ross Nash Seminars, and the Aesthetic Advantage programs. He was invited to become an instructor for prestigious Las Vegas Institute of Advanced Dental Studies. Dr.Radz is currently an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado School of Dentistry in the Department of Restorative Dentistry, where he is helping with the cosmetic dentistry courses for third- and fourth-year dental students. He has been a trainer for dental manufacturers, to educate other dentists on how to use new materials and equipment properly. For the 10 years, Dr. Radz served on the REALITY Publishing Editorial Board, which evaluates new materials and equipment in dentistry, then publishes the results to help dentists and their patients benefit from the latest in dental technology. For the past 8 years he has worked with Catapult as a product evaluator and as a mentor to dentists looking to get into dental education.

Well vested in the professional dental community, Dr. Radz is an active member of the Academy of General Dentistry, American Dental Association, Colorado Dental Association, Metro Denver Dental Society, and Colorado Prosthodontic Society. He is a sustaining member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) and a founding member of both the Canadian Academy for Esthetic Dentistry and Colorado Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. In 2004, Dr. Radz was awarded fellowships from the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics and the International Academy of Dental-Facial Esthetics. Dr. Radz was recognized as Denver Top Dentists list in 5280 magazine for the year 2004, 2008-2016.

Jan 12, 2018

Our next two guests need no introductions.  Dr. Joshua Austin and Dr. Lance Timmerman have decided to put their sick minds together and create a podcast on their own— called "Working Interferences."  Check them out on iTunes and on Reddit, where you can submit questions and have them answer them on their show!

Jan 9, 2018

What does it mean to be truly thirsty?  Well, find out on our latest episode with Melanie Sisco! 

We sat down with Melanie Sisco, who is a dental and health care professional with a goal of connecting dentists to sleep apnea innovation and referring patients to their practices for better healthcare. 

Melanie is a passionate advocate with a demonstrated history of working in the Healthcare industry. Strong sales professional with a B.S focused in Political Science; Pre-law cognate from Middle Tennessee State University.

Connect with her on social media below:

Facebook: @melanieannsisco

Instagram: @mddentaltech

Twitter: @mddentaltech


Jan 4, 2018

You'll want to listen to this one— we recently had the pleasure of interviewing Julia Yelevich, a natural businesswoman who has the drive, the hustle and the passion to climb to the top and be a #1percenter. 

You can check out more information about her on her LinkedIn page  And as soon as she has her podcast, "Talk Dental to Me" online, we'll plug the link in below!

Thank you, Julia!  Cheers!

Jan 2, 2018

We're celebrating our 150th episode— how we made it this far is beyond us— and what better way to celebrate this milestone than to bring Alan Mead from The Dental Hacks Podcast into join us!  By now, you all know Alan Mead and you can check out The Dental Hacks by visiting

We talk a lot about the evolution of podcasting in the dental world and how there is still plenty of room for aspiring dental podcasters to join the party.  We also talk about Alan's humble beginnings as a podcaster and how his following grew so rapidly.

We also talk Voices of Dentistry, which is coming up in just three weeks!  Register online at

Dec 26, 2017

Here we have a simple but always enjoyable podcast with Justin and Gabe.  Some content, some BS— well, mostly BS.  The Pasty Gangsta was MIA for this one, so expect to hear some bashing from The Dynamic Duo!  Cheers and enjoy!

Dec 15, 2017

Dr. Erin Elliott was born and raised in Southern California. She played soccer at Houghton College, a small Christian college in Western New York. She attended dental school at Creighton University in Omaha, NE where she graduated in the top 5 of her class.

Dr. Elliott is committed to attending continuing education classes and is active in the local and state dental organizations and societies. She has a special interest in screening and treating snoring and sleep apnea. In addition, she has authored several articles in national dental journals and lectures extensively. She is a member of the American Dental Association, American Academy of Sleep Medicine, and the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. She is a diplomat of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy and is now serving as their president."

Dr. Elliott spends her free time with her stay-at-home husband, Tom, who is an active Ironman competitor, and her two sons. She also enjoys spending time with friends, golfing, traveling, playing soccer, reading, and serving her community.

Dec 8, 2017

We felt the need to kick back, relax and have an hour long BS-session with our good friend Randy Houska.  Enjoy, friends! It's always a great time when Randy Houska pays us a visit!

Nov 28, 2017

Justin and Gabe blow off some steam at the end of a long day by sitting down and chatting with Steve O'Neil of Planmeca.  All three went into the podcast with low expectations but came out an hour later with a content-heavy episode— surprise! 

Planmeca is a global leader in many fields of health care technology, with products distributed in over 120 countries worldwide. Our product range covers digital dental units, world-class 2D and 3D imaging devices, and comprehensive CAD/CAM and software solutions. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, we are the largest privately held company in the field of dental equipment and the parent company of Planmeca Group. The Group's turnover in 2016 was MEUR 730, employing nearly 2,700 people worldwide.

For more information about Planmeca, visit their website at

Nov 17, 2017

Mark Costes of The Dentalpreneur Podcast decided to give us a call and interview us for his podcast.  So, we figured... why not use his material for our podcast too?!  Kind of nice to be interviewed for a change of pace.  Thanks, Mark!

Also, be sure to get your tickets for The Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit which is happening on January 26 and 27, 2018!

From Mark's podcast:

The goal of this podcast is to assemble the greatest minds of the dental profession and to pass on their most valuable and succinct lessons, in order to help you to achieve your full potential in practice and in life. Let's face it. Dentistry can be a frustrating and isolating profession... but you don't have to be an island anymore. It's possible to become more profitable, less stressed and more fulfilled in your career and it's our mission is to help you get there. For a whole host of free practice building tips and resources, visit our website at

Nov 15, 2017

We had a chance to sit down with Steven Mautner, DDS ( on our latest episode.

Steven G. Mautner, D.D.S. established his practice in Margate, Florida in August of 1991. Prior to this, he practiced for three years in New York City with his father, Irwin Mautner, DDS. He attended undergraduate school at New York University (graduating with a B.A. in 1983) and dental school at New York University (graduating in 1987). Dr. Mautner practices all phases of general dentistry with an emphasis on restorative dentistry including the placement and restoration of dental implants. He is aided in this by Thomas Spiegel, D.D.S. a periodontist who has been practicing with him since 1996. Dr. Mautner's practice philosophy is to provide high quality dentistry at the most affordable fees. To achieve this, he participates in all insurance plans, including Medicare Advantage Plans, PPO's, HMO's ,discount plans and a number of retiree insurance plans, most notably those from various New York City unions. For those without any insurance, he offers his own in-house dental plan which offers fees that are 40 to 50 percent of those typically charged by most dentists.


Nov 9, 2017

Shon Anderson, of B9 Creations, and Dr. Ulrich Koops stopped by Studio 1-A on Halloween to record a podcast all about 3D printers and some chemistry. Dr. Ulrich Koops works for Kulzer ( Mitsui Chemicals Group which is located in Hanau, Germany. He happened to be visiting Shon in Rapid City and decided to stop by for an old fashioned before heading home to Germany. We're glad they both came by to hang out for a bit!

Oct 25, 2017

BirdEye General Manager, Leonard Tau, sits down with Justin to talk about not only what BirdEye's services can do for your practice but also how important it is to actively manage and analyze your online reputation— both for your practice, business ventures and yourself.

About BirdEye:

BirdEye closes the loop on customer experience and business reputation.

  • Customer feedback is monitored in real-time across review sites, social media, customer surveys
  • Customer issues are fixed in real-time, transforming poor experiences into great ones
  • Natural language processing runs on all feedback to provide business insights and competitor analysis
  • Root causes of negative sentiment are revealed, allowing large-scale improvements
  • Customer experiences are propelled through referrals and reviews
  • SEO is boosted by relevant review content and rich snippets
  • SEM conversion rates are accelerated with Google seller ratings

BirdEye turns customer feedback into the next-generation marketing engine.

Customer experience drives ratings. Ratings drive revenue. BirdEye gives businesses complete control of both, to hardwire every business decision around the customer and scale revenue and growth.

We built a comprehensive platform that turns feedback into insights, insights into action, and customer happiness into revenue.

Oct 11, 2017

Justin recently had a chance to sit down with Matt McCallum, Senior Director of Recruiting at Affordable Dentures and Implants.  Halfway through their interview, fellow Affordable Dentures and Implants practice owner, Tiana Hall, joined in on the fun.  Check out more information about Affordable Dentures and Implants by visiting their website at

Oct 6, 2017

Justin and Gabe are joined in Scottsdale, Arizona by Joseph Blalock who had just completed the Implant Pathway Dental Implant Continuum— concluding with Session 4: Live Surgery.


Joe Blalock grew up on his family’s beef cattle farm in Crossville, TN with his three younger sisters. He always knew that he wanted to purse a career in medicine, but it wasn’t until college that dentistry became his passion.


Joe attended college at Tennessee Tech University graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Health Science Biology. In 2013 he was accepted into dental school at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry. Joe graduated with distinction from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in May 2017. 


He has been married to his lovely wife, Kayla, since 2014. They are now living back in their home town of Crossville, TN where they recently purchased their first home together. On the weekends you will find Joe either spending time with his friends and family, watching college football, or helping out on his family’s farm. Joe is an associate dentist at Maple Leaf Dentistry. 

Oct 3, 2017

Justin and Gabe are joined in Scottsdale, Arizona by Joseph Blalock who had just completed the Implant Pathway Dental Implant Continuum— concluding with Session 4: Live Surgery.


Joe Blalock grew up on his family’s beef cattle farm in Crossville, TN with his three younger sisters. He always knew that he wanted to purse a career in medicine, but it wasn’t until college that dentistry became his passion.


Joe attended college at Tennessee Tech University graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Health Science Biology. In 2013 he was accepted into dental school at the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry. Joe graduated with distinction from the University of Kentucky College of Dentistry in May 2017. 


He has been married to his lovely wife, Kayla, since 2014. They are now living back in their home town of Crossville, TN where they recently purchased their first home together. On the weekends you will find Joe either spending time with his friends and family, watching college football, or helping out on his family’s farm. Joe is an associate dentist at Maple Leaf Dentistry. 

Sep 29, 2017

For Dr. Kate Gross, her father’s influence and mentorship guided her career choice. “Growing up in a ‘dental family’ I watched the relationships that my dad built with his patients and his patients’ families. I liked how he made a difference in their lives and their confidence levels.” Dr. Kate loves the challenge of general dentistry and the gratification of beautifying patients’ smiles. “There’s never a dull day in the dental office. Each patient and each tooth is different, and I love how dentistry pushes me to use my brain in unique ways to problem solve each day.”

One of the best parts of being a dentist is winning over kids and scared patients. She takes the task of being an advocate and trusted healthcare provider very seriously. “Going to the dentist should be an enjoyable, if not FUN, experience. I take it very seriously to make all of our patients’ first (and subsequent) appointments go smoothly, and the development of our relationship is a high priority to me. Being a trusted advocate for a patient through each part of the experience is one of the most rewarding parts of my days.”

Dr. Kate was motivated to go down the health care path, and at first thought that the best fit for her would be medical schoolan affinity for the medical field was always a driving force. She seriously considered being a medical doctor, but decided she’d rather be a dentist like her own father. “My priorities shifted – I didn’t want to be in school for eight additional years after college, and I didn’t want the pressure of life or death decisions.

“When I was young, I viewed dental care as going to see my dad! However, I hear each day from my patients that the dental office is a very intimidating place for many. I want to change all of that. It fuels my passion to get someone’s mouth healthy, all the while making them comfortable and changing their perception of dentistry.” I saw all the benefits that my dad had from being a dentist, I liked his lifestyle, and the way he could touch his patients’ lives and be a very hands-on parent during my own childhood. Today dentistry allows me to have a nice balance between professional and personal life, while satisfying my ambition to be in a health care related field.”

Dr. Gross earned her Bachelor of the Arts in Human Biology from the University of Kansas in 1998, and her Doctorate of Dental Surgery from University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2002. She has continued to learn more about dentistry and patient care through continuing education in orthodontics and oral sedation. In fact, Dr. Kate has logged over 300 hours in orthodontic continuing education alone, gaining her Achievement status in the credentialing process through the American Orthodontic Society.

The dental group she has built with her husband, Dr. Guy Gross, is a source of pride and achievement. “There’s nowhere else I’d rather work than side-by-side with my husband, my father (2002-2013 when he retired), and my brother (2013 to present). “It is truly a family practice - one that was built on my family working together - and one that takes care of families at every stage of life experience. I like the variety, the fast pace, and the patients that I see grow and change throughout the years. The best part of my job is the deeply caring, highly skilled, and truly awesome professionals that I work side-by-side with. Aside from my family, these are the people that I spend the most time with, and I greatly value them and enjoy their company!”

When she’s not helping creating lasting beautiful smiles, Dr. Kate serves as a board member of DVACK, an organization that helps women and children get back on their feet after the devastation of violence and abuse in their home lives, and supports AMBUCs. She enjoys being outdoors; whether it is running, gardening, swimming, skiing, watching her kids’ play sports, or chilling on the patio—the great outdoors is her happy place. She loves spending time with her husband and their 3 children, and is blessed to have her parents, in-laws, and many extended family members living here in Salina to cultivate strong family ties. Given a year off to do anything, Dr. Gross says she would take the kids out of school and take an epic around-the-world vacation, living in and experiencing new cultures, foods, people, and places.

Sep 19, 2017

This special edition of Dentists, Implants and Worms focuses on The Voices of Dentistry Podcast Summit which will be happening in Scottsdale, AZ on January 26 and 27, 2018.  We wanted to provide our listeners with a special roundtable discussion of the event featuring all of the masterminds behind the scenes— Alan Mead and Jason Lipscomb of the Dental Hacks, Mark Costes of The Dentalpreneur Podcast and Justin Moody of Dentists, Implants and Worms.

Check out The Voices of Dentistry's website for more information on how to register and secure your spot at the Podcast Summit at

Sep 8, 2017

Randy Houska, from our previous episode #35, finally joined us in the Black Hills for some post-Sturgis shenanigans and troublemaking.  Turns out, an epic podcast was in-store.  I'd give you more show notes here, but unfortunately, things kind of went off the rails on this one!

Suddenly... an unexpected guest arrives!  Roger Plooster is Justin Moody's mentor, friend and educator from his days learning the ropes of the dental world in Western Nebraska.

Also, please note that we had about 8 shots of Fireball all lined up for us to take in the studio... Roger Plooster opens the door,  grabs one, shoots it, grabs another shoots it, and then looks around and asks if we have anything stronger.  Between Roger and Pasty, a full bottle of Jameson met its demise.

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