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Salem dentist's license was suspended last Thursday by state officials
CONCORD — A Salem dentist, already facing a criminal charge that he slapped a young patient, had his license to practice suspended on Thursday, state dental officials said Monday.
On Thursday, the Board of Dental Examiners suspended the license of Windham-resident John B. Bassett on an emergency basis and scheduled a hearing for Sept. 10.
The hearing will determine whether Bassett's license will remain suspended during an on-going investigation.
On Aug. 13, Salem police charged Bassett, 63, with simple assault. He's charged with slapping the back of an 8-year-old boy after the boy opened a jar containing gauze.
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