|(a) A dentist whose license is not limited to the practice of an ADA recognized specialty identified under §108.54(b)(1) - (9) of this subchapter (relating to Advertising of Specialties), may advertise that the dentist performs dental services in those specialty areas of practice, but only if the advertisement also includes a clear disclosure that he/she is a general dentist. (b) Any advertisement of any specific dental service or services by a general dentist shall include the notation "General Dentist" or "General Dentistry" directly after the name of the dentist. The notation shall be in a font size no smaller than the largest font size used to identify the specific dental services being advertised. For example, a general dentist who advertises "ORTHODONTICS" and "DENTURES" and/or "IMPLANTS" shall include a disclosure of "GENERAL DENTIST" or "GENERAL DENTISTRY" in a font size no smaller than the largest font size used for terms 'orthodontics,' 'dentures' and/or 'implants.' Any form of broadcast advertising by a general dentist (radio, television, promotional DVDs, etc) shall include either "General Dentist" or "General Dentistry" in a clearly audible manner. (c) A general dentist is not prohibited from listing services provided, so long as the listing does not imply specialization. A listing of services provided shall be separate and clearly distinguishable from the dentist's designation as a general dentist. (d) The provisions of this rule shall not be required for professional business cards or professional letterhead.