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Kentucky Board of Dentistry (KBD) Election 2019 March 18, 2019

The Kentucky Board of Dentistry and all licensed dentist and hygienist wish to thank every candidate who was nominated and that was on the ballot.  The board serves a vital role in public protection and requires servant leadership and dedication for the dental professionals in Kentucky.

The names of the following seven dentists and two hygienists, having received the greatest number of votes, and are eligible for appointment to the vacant board positions. The names are in alphabetical order and do not reflect vote totals. Per the Governor's Office requirement a minimum of three names per each open board seat is submitted aling with the re-appointment.  There were only two hygienist nominated, so both names will be sent.

Dentist:  Total Individual Dentists Voting: 123.

Dr. Jeffrey "Lucas" Bowen (Re-Appointment)

Dr. Teresa Boyd

Dr. Gerald L Fairchild

Dr. Andrew B Farmer

Dr. Christopher Herren

Dr. John Ihnen

Dr. Amy Parsons

Hygienist: Total Individual Hygienists Voting: 88.

Tonia Socha-Mower RDH (Re-Appointment)

Lisa Johnston RDH

 

The KBD is submitting these names to the Governor's Boards and Commissions Frankfort office. Each individual must complete an application with Boards and Commission for further consideration. KBD will notify each person they are responsible and how to contact Boards and Commissions. 

Results attested by Kentucky Board of Dentistry President Bradley Fulkerson, KBD Executive Director Jeff Allen and Crystal Holloway KBD Administrative Assistant.  

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​​​​​​​​​About the Board of Dentistry

The Kentucky Board of Dentistry is an agency governed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Board is a separate and distinct entity from any professional association. The main purpose of the Board is to protect the public by administering the Dental Practice Act and regulating the dental profession. The Board is self-supporting and receives no general tax appropriation. It is funded through fees assessed for licensing its dental professionals.


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