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An appellate court in Texas, on January 30, upheld discipline imposed by the state’s dental board on a dentist who failed to inform the board that one of his patients had been admitted to a hospital for facial inflammation a day after he removed her wisdom teeth (Kim v. State Board of Dental Examiners).
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