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A person may apply for a restricted permit if the applicant demonstrates to the board’s satisfaction that the applicant:
1. Has a pending contract with a recognized charitable dental clinic or organization that offers dental services without compensation or at a rate that only reimburses the clinic for dental supplies and overhead costs and the applicant will receive no compensation for dental services provided at the clinic or organization.
2. Has a license to practice dentistry issued by another state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia.
3. Has been actively engaged in one or more of the following for three years immediately preceding the application:
(a) The practice of dentistry.
(b) An approved dental residency training program.
(c) Postgraduate training deemed by the board equivalent to an approved dental residency training program.
4. Is competent and proficient to practice dentistry.
5. Meets the requirements of section 32-1232, subsection A, other than the requirement to meet section 32-1233.