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Dentists, Implants and Worms

Dentists, Implants and Worms: Helping you navigate the world of dentistry— one vodka-soda at a time! We're not your average dental podcast. 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!
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Jul 26, 2016

Apparently it's Old School week on Dentists, Implants and Worms because our latest episode was essentially a University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry reunion with Justin and Dr. Grant Ritchey.  That's pretty much all I got for show notes on this one... this was all Justin and Grant!  Definitely check out Grant's podcast, The Prism, where he does the opposite of what we do on our podcast... deliver relevant, scientific content!

Thanks, Grant, for being a guest on our show!  And it was a lot of fun to listen to you guys talk some shop (and trash) about your times at OU.

From Dr. Ritchey's website:

I was born and raised in Norman, Oklahoma and graduated from Norman High School in 1978. Following high school, I attended the University of Kansas, graduating in 1982 with a Bachelor's Degree in Human Biology. Although my father is a dentist, it was not in my original plan to become one myself; after all, I had to rebel and do my own thing, right? One problem with this plan was that I couldn't help but notice how much my dad enjoyed what he did, how he thrived on the relationships he developed with his patients over the years, and how much he enjoyed learning new things and changing people's lives. I decided I wanted the same fulfillment in my career, so I swallowed my pride, admitted my dad was right, and attended the University of Oklahoma College of Dentistry, graduating in 1986. Although it was somewhat painful to attend school with a bunch of Oklahoma Sooners, I survived and was able to purchase the Lawrence practice of Dr. John Albers soon after graduation.

From 1987 until 1999, I practiced in both Lawrence and Tonganoxie, dividing the time between them. Following the sale of my Lawrence practice in 1998, I have settled full time in Tonganoxie, a wonderful small town with great people. Although I don't live there, Tonganoxie feels like home to me.

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