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 Regardless of someone’s knowledge in the field of dentistry, a dental license is still needed to prove that the professional is a committed dentist. A lack of dental license may cause a huge issue within the clinic, and it may even affect the status of the facility from continuing their dental services.

Such incident happened on or about December 2011 to April 2012 when a dentist failed to prevent an unlicensed dentist to perform treatments over several patients. The performed acts were said to be unauthorized to perform by a person that doesn’t have adequate license to perform dental services. However, the dentist allowed the unlicensed dentist to assist her during the said dates where they treated patients.

The means of assistance may have caused the treatments to go well. However, the Texas Board of Dental Examiners does not allow such instances because a dental license is proof that the professional is fully prepared for handling dental treatments. Any lack of license may cause further injury to a patient, regardless of knowledge by the unlicensed dentist.

After all, a license shows that the dentist is not just knowledgeable, but legally allowed to perform her duties at a dental clinic. Therefore, the Texas Board of Dental Examiners placed the dentist to suspension, while the unlicensed dentist was fined and will also undergo additional cases. The case could have been fully assisted by the right dental license lawyer if the dentist was able to hire one.

Remember that a lack of professional help over legal cases could sentence you and your dental licensee to the maximum punishment possible. That’s why it’s best to contact someone who’s well-versed in the legal field of assisting dentists and their dental license.

Attorney Yong J. An is a renowned dental license attorney in Texas who has more than 14 years of experience in handling several cases. A confidential consultation is best to do if you wish to seek his assistance. To get started, you may contact him 24/7 at (832) 428-5679.