The U.S. Supreme Court is set to hear arguments next month over dentists’ ability to keep the business of teeth whitening to themselves.

The case to be heard on Oct. 14 is about the Federal Trade Commission’s attempt to halt a North Carolina dentistry licensing board’s efforts at squashing teeth whitening businesses by non-dentists. Another lawsuit over who legally can whiten teeth is pending in the Northern District of Georgia.

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