Alaskan dentist Seth Lookhart has been found guilty of 46 counts of “unlawful dental acts” including performing a tooth extraction on a patient while riding a hoverboard. Charges against the 34-year-old Anchorage native also include reckless endangerment and Medicaid fraud, according to NBC News. “Seth Lookhart performed a dental extraction procedure on a sedated patient while riding a hoverboard and filmed the procedure and distributed the film to persons outside his dental practice,” the court heard before reaching a guilty verdict. Prosecutors also say the dentist billed tax payers more than $10,000 for unnecessary procedures, including sedation when it wasn’t necessary, likely so he could perform his rogue dentistry. The Alaska Dental Board suspended Lookhart's dental license.