Alaska Statutes.
Title 8. Business and Professions
Chapter 36. Dentistry
Section 247. Limitation of Special Practice.
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AS 08.36.247. Limitation of Special Practice.

(a) A specialty license may not be issued unless the applicant presents proof satisfactory to the board that the applicant is qualified to practice that specialty. A specialist appointed by the board and licensed in that specialty shall assist the board in the licensing procedures.

(b) This section may not be construed as limiting or preventing a licensed and qualified dentist from performing, without a specialty license, dental acts or services to the public in any of the branches of dentistry, except that a dentist may not administer a general anesthetic to a patient without a valid permit as required by regulations of the board.

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