Dr. Roger Spott is a very well known Endodontist in the Maryland suburbs of Washington D.C. He has been in practice here since 1972. He is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists, a Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy, and a certified Professional in the Academy for Healthcare Management. This web site contains location information, post-operative instruction sheets and contemporary Endodontic topics.
The "Fracture Spotter"
The "Fracture Spotter" patented device is used to find fractured teeth. This disposable plastic tester, is constructed to accurately reproduce the type of resilient biting force patients experience when chewing.
Dr. Spott has lectured widely on the topic "Internet for Healthcare Professionals" and "Beyond the Internet" for the continuing education provider INR. He has been quoted in newspapers and magazines and appeared on Talk Radio on the topic "Finding Accurate Information on the Internet". He is a voting member of the Association for Internet Professionals and a member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society.
Steve Spott, a computer consultant, Roger Spott, and the computer consulting firm Potomac Associated Systems (PAS), install network hardware and cable, integrate and design network and other software and establish and maintain web sites. PAS, a Maryland corporation, is also a reseller.
Roger Spott has been doing neon tubebending art for the last 15 years and has a fully equipped neon studio. Although he does mostly artistic neon, there are always sign and architectural neon projects underway. As Capitol Neon, Roger has done stage neon sign repair for National Theater and has helped neon artist Craig Kraft teach his neon course for the Smithsonian Museum.