The State of Tennessee Department of Health recently suspended the professional license of a dentist in Memphis, an article of Fox 13 reported on July 7. The dentist was also ordered to close his office after complaints of unsanitary conditions were filed against him.
The Department of Health began investigating Alfred Brown after receiving a complaint about the unsanitary practices he used at his office on the 2600 block of Lamar Avenue. The board discovered that Brown did not consistently change gloves between patients and that he recycled dental crowns between patients. On May 26, health investigators made a surprise visit to Brown’s clinic to confirm that his clinic was indeed severely unsanitary. The dentist refused to provide further information to investigators. Brown had his license suspended due to other violations in the 1990’s as well.
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A dentist in Martin County, North Carolina is facing license suspension for 10 years after the State Board of Dental Examiners claimed that one of his patients died due to improper sedation procedure, wcti12.com reported on September 23.
According to reports, a patient of Doctor Zachary Harrison, identified as James Williams, died last year while under his care. Williams, 71, never woke up after sedation, the board stated. Dr. Harrison’s suspension could begin this November. He may be allowed to petition to reduce the length of his suspension after one year if found guilty. Another dentist in the same office identified as Dr. David Marshburn was also suspended by the board after having three intoxicated driving offenses within seven months.
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The Virginia Board of Dentistry suspended the license of a dentist who was recently sentenced to jail.
According to reports, Derrick Broadaway’s dental license was suspended on April 8 after the Virginia Board of Dentistry found evidence that he was risking public health and safety. Broadaway allegedly provided poor service to his patients on numerous occasions. Aside from poor work, Broadaway wrote bad checks to members of his staff. The board will conduct a hearing for Broadaway next month.
Facing license suspension as a dentist can negatively impact your profession. If you are in need of license defense in Austin, the attorneys at the Leichter Law Firm PC may be able to provide you with the services you need. Call our offices today at (512) 495-9995 to discuss your legal options with a member of our firm.
A Montana dentist has been put on probation by the state Board of Dentistry after the man lied on his license renewal application. He was charged with a sex crime in April 2010 and failed to disclose that disciplinary and legal action had been filed against him since his last license renewal.
The man was originally charged with sexual conduct without consent, but the charges were lessened to felony criminal endangerment. His three-year sentence was deferred after admitting to creating a risk of bodily injury to his victim.
The dentist’s license will be placed on probation for three years. The board must receive quarterly updates from his probation officer, psychotherapist, and supervising dentist.
If you are a practicing dental professional and you are at risk of losing your license, contact the dental license defense lawyers of the Leichter Law Firm by calling 512-495-9995.