There is a long list of individuals who want to become dentists. They strive hard in studying in order to obtain a dental license in the future. This only shows that this kind of profession is really sought-after in the state of Texas. Since professional dentists are increasing in numbers every year, the state has implemented several rules and regulations to govern the practice of every dentist.
Unfortunately, many professional dentists violate the statutes and special laws promulgated by the state of Texas. This is the reason why a lot of complaints and cases are filed before the Texas State Board of Dental Examiner (TSBDE).
On or about December 31, 2014, Respondent engaged in dishonorable conduct in the dental treatment of patients 1 through 5. Specifically, Respondent closed his dental practice due to eviction without notifying the patients, as required by the Tax Administrative Code. Respondent left his patient records at the abandoned office, forcing the property management company to take possession of the records.
During the time period from September 22, 2014, through December 4, 2014, Respondent engaged in dishonorable conduct in the dental treatment of patients 1 and 2. Specifically, Respondent received payment for patient’s 1 crown treatment of tooth number 2 that Responded failed to complete, and received payment from patient 2 and Delta Dental for patients 2’s upper and lower dentures that Respondent failed to deliver.
The dentist in this case did not hire the services of any lawyer. As a result, the Texas State Board of Dental Examiner (TSBDE) eventually ordered the revocation of his license. Avoid from making the same mistake in the future.
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