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Dentists, Implants and Worms

By Justin Moody, DDS

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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.

Customer Reviews

Wow! This one is really good!

Dr. Justin Moody and his all stars have put together something really special. Excellent sound, good humor and a really interesting outlook on dentistry make this something that every dentist and dental student should listen to! I wish I had known these guys earlier in my career!


As a third year dental student (almost a fourth year), who is constantly surrounded by peers who all see themselves applying to residency or specialty programs, but myself wishes to go right out and work under the guidance of a mentor, this podcast has given me such confidence that doing so is 1) still possible and 2) not dooming me to a life as a substandard practitioner. I've always believed that in this day and age, especially, with all of the information that is available online or even through podcasts such as this, that if anything, going out and working is if nothing, easier than it was 19 years ago when the class of Dr. Moody, Landers, and Smith all graduated. I know that patient expectations, as a result, have also gone up because of these very same resources, but from the standpoint of being able to search for articles or videos on how to deliver profound anesthesia during the dreaded mandibular block, or even how one might do cavity preps, crown preps, fill teeth, pull teeth, these resources are still in our favor. I don't have a study group at school, but I feel like this podcast is my study group, and hearing all of the serious and sometimes not-so serious discussions... and banter, between my future colleagues, I've felt better than I ever have about my decision to pursue dentistry and also my decision to look for a job right out of school. Thank you so much to everyone who has contributed to the show so far. I think what you guys are doing is awesome! You are all rock stars in my book. Getting to spend the day with anyone of you would be a dream come true, next to marrying my girlfriend, of course, who is already a dentist herself.

Good Stuff!

I love Justin's "real world" approach to these topics. The guy has a great sense of humor, and provides interesting subject matter. I am fortunate to know many dentists that he has trained, and continues to mentor- and all have been very pleased with the help he has provided.

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  • Category: Medicine
  • Language: English

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