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A licensed dentist may not hold out to the public as being especially qualified in a branch of dentistry by announcing through the press, sign, card, letterhead or printed matter, or any means of public advertising, using such terms as "specialist," or inserting the name of the specialty, or using other phrases customarily used by qualified specialists that would imply to the public that the dentist is so qualified, without first securing a specialist's license as provided in this chapter.
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