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A dentist licensed to practice in this state and residing and practicing dentistry outside this state may maintain eligibility to practice in this state by registering the dentist's name and place of residence with the department every four years and submitting proof of continued professional competence as required by the board. If the dentist fails to register, the board may reinstate the dentist's license without examination upon payment of applicable fees established by regulations adopted under AS 08.01.065 , payment of a penalty established under AS 08.01.100 (b), presentation of proof of continued professional competence, and presentation of proof of active practice certified by the dental board having jurisdiction or, if there is no board with jurisdiction, by evidence satisfactory to the board.
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