A dental practitioner in Renton, Washington recently had his license suspended by the state’s dental commission for allegedly violating sanitation procedures, seattlepi.com reported on December 5.
Reports accused dentist Kin So of failing to provide sufficient cleaning solutions in his workplace and that he did not follow the strict guidelines regarding proper infection control and sanitation. The dentist reportedly was banned from carrying out any dental-related work in Washington State until he is cleared of the alleged misconduct. So was given 20 days to appeal the charges filed against him.
Professional practitioners can understandably be panicked and devastated if their license becomes suspended. If this has happened to you, it is important to work with a skilled lawyer for the best possible chance to recover your license. Find out how the Austin lawyer of Leichter Law Firm PC may advocate for you today by calling (512) 495-9995.
The trial of a suspended dentist who has been linked to a patient’s death in Connecticut will continue, an article by the Republican American stated on July 21.
Reports said dentist Rashmi Patel denied allegations that he was liable for the death of one of his female patients last February, and he is fighting for the reinstatement of his license. During a procedure to remove his patient’s teeth and install implants, the patient became unresponsive and died. The Connecticut State Dental Commission stated that Patel committed negligence after failing to take action when Gan’s oxygen levels decreased and for extracting all the teeth in one session. The next testimony hearing for the trial that started in June is scheduled to continue on July 23.
The lawyers at the Leichter Law Firm PC advocate for dentists in Ausitn who are facing license suspension. If you have experienced this, we can work on your behalf to get your license back. Discuss your situation with us today by calling (512) 495-9995, and learn more about your options.
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.