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From Kehyan vs. Sarkissian, a dental malpractice complaint, in Los Angeles County Superior Court:

"In the process of removing one of Plaintiff's wisdom teeth, Defendant Sarkissian severed Plaintiff's right lingual nerve. Rather than admit to his mistake, Defendant Sarkissian advised Plaintiff that the pain, lack of taste, and lack of sensation were normal."
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