If you’re facing serious allegations from patients, and you think that additional disciplinary action should not be applied anymore, then be sure to hire a dental attorney who can fully assist you.
Unfortunately, a dentist from Austin failed to do this. This results in disciplinary action from the board. Always keep in mind that the board handles all of the cases that may affect the license from receiving the suspension, disciplinary action, or revocation. However, with a right dental attorney for the case, rest assured that the case can go according to the dentist’s favor, especially if she has a good defense against the case.
During the time period from March 1, 2009, through February 16, 2010, the dentist engaged in unprofessional and dishonorable conduct. Specifically, she allowed her DPS registration to expire and continued to prescribe controlled substances without appropriate authority
On or about January 18, 2009, or within thirty days thereafter, the dentist failed to report the hospitalization of dental patient as a consequence of receiving dental services, Specifically, she extracted 19 teeth from her patient who was being treated for anemia, was taking a coagulant, and was subsequently hospitalized for treatment of post-extraction bleeding.
On or about January 18, 2009, the dentist fell below the minimum standard of care in the dental treatment of her patient. Specifically, she extracted 19 teeth under local anesthesia and then left the facility and left a phone number with the facility with which the facility was then unable to contact the dentist when an emergency situation occurred.
Unfortunately, because of the lack of a dental attorney to help her, the dentist has been subjected to disciplinary action.
If you’re facing cases such as this, and you think that additional disciplinary action should not be applied anymore, then be sure to hire a dental attorney who can fully assist you. Texas dental attorney Yong J. An is an experienced dental attorney for more than 14 years. To contact him for inquiries or to schedule a confidential consultation, dial (832) 428-5679 to proceed.