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Despite state law authorizing them, the Tennessee Board of Dentistry does not perform on-site inspections of dentists who use general anesthesia, deep sedation, or conscious sedation, says a July 2016 audit by the Tennessee Division of State Audit, Sunset Performance Section.
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