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A discipline order imposed by the state dental board on a dentist who had placed advertising linking dementia to missing teeth was reversed June 21 by the Supreme Court of Idaho for lack of evidence (Lon N. Peckham v. Idaho State Board of Dentistry and Kevin T. Stock).
A dentist licensed in the state since 1986, Lon Peckham came to the attention of the board for two unrelated incidents.
The first resulted from his treatment of a patient who had sought a crown for her tooth. The patient, who thought she was purchasing a silver crown, actually received . . .
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