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(1) The special areas of dental practice approved by the American dental association and the designation for ethical specialty announcement limitation of practice are:

(a) dental public health;

(b) endodontics;

(c) oral pathology;

(d) oral and maxillofacial surgery;

(e) orthodontic dentofacial orthopedics;

(f) pedodontics (dentistry for children) ;

(g) periodontics;

(h) prosthodontics;

(i) oral and maxillofacial radiology; and

(j) other board approved specialties.

(2) A licensee shall not advertise using the terms "specialist", "specializing" or "practice limited to" unless the licensee has met the board standards for specialization as set forth in ARM 24.138.3101 and 24.138.3103 and the branch of dentistry advertised as a specialty branch of dentistry is sanctioned as a specialty branch of dentistry by (1) .

(3) A licensee who possesses a verifiable combination of education and experience is not prohibited from including in his practice one or more branches of dentistry.  Any advertisement of such practice shall not make use of the terms "specialty", "specializing", "specialist" or "practice limited to" and must contain the statement "the services are being performed or provided by a general dentist," or words to that effect, and such statement must appear or be expressed in the advertisement as conspicuously as the branch of dentistry advertised.

History: 37-4-205, MCA; IMP, 37-4-205, MCA; NEW, 1991 MAR p. 2415, Eff. 12/13/91; TRANS, from Commerce, & AMD, 2003 MAR p. 2435, Eff. 10/31/03.

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