Clinical Assistant Professor Division Director of Endodontology firstname.lastname@example.org Faculty Practice 252-737-7122Office 252-737-7157Ledyard E. Ross Hall
Clinical InterestsApply new clinical instruments and techniques to improve treatment outcomes and reduce pain associated with endodontic therapy.
Board CertificationsDiplomate, American Board of Endodontics, 1991
Didactic InterestTo find a way to help every student and resident realize theirmaximum potential.
Society MembershipsAmerican Dental AssociationAmerican Association of EndodontistsCharter Life Member, College of Diplomates of the American Board of EndodonticsFellow, International College of Dentists
Dr. Lindauer completed a 33 year career in the U.S. Navy during which he held leadership positions at every level of Navy Dentistry. His operational assignments included two deployments in USS Enterprise (CVN 65) as well as deployments with the Marine Corps to Desert Shield/Desert Storm and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
In his role as Commanding Officer First Dental Battalion/Naval Dental Center Camp Pendleton, he led 350 personnel who provided dental support for the 45,000 Marines and Sailors of I Marine Expeditionary Force during Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom I and II.
Dr. Lindauer served both as an Alternate Delegate and Delegate in the American
Dental Association House of Delegates from 1994-1998. He was Federal Dental Services Subcommittee Chair for the American Association of Endodontists from
2005-06. Volunteer faculty positions supporting endodontic residency training programs included: University of North Carolina Chapel Hill (1991-92), Northwestern University Dental School (1992-1996), and University of Illinois Chicago (2012-14).