State suspends pediatric dentist in Ocala

September 5, 2013

A news by a DOH systematic a puncture cessation of Dr. Michael Addair Tarver’s permit to use dentistry. The order, antiquated Wednesday, states that Tarver is a board-certified pediatric dentist. He’s a owners and user of Polliwog Dental, a children’s dentistry bureau during 255 SE 17th St. DOH officials pronounced a puncture cessation sequence is […]

Pa. watchdog: Check fortify listings for your dentist, doctor, helper or other professional

June 13, 2013

York, PA – Several months ago, military say, Cheryl A. Laing, 45, and Jessica Gullickson, 24, both of Broomall in Delaware County, were operative overtime during a dentist’s bureau on Old Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr, Montgomery County. The problem: It wasn’t their office. Laing, a dental assistant, and Gullickson, a receptionist, had figured out […]

Check fortify listings for your dentist, doctor, nurse, or other professional

June 9, 2013

Several months ago, military say, Cheryl A. Laing, 45, and Jessica Gullickson, 24, both of Broomall in Delaware County, were operative overtime during a dentist’s bureau on Old Lancaster Avenue in Bryn Mawr. The problem: It wasn’t their office. Laing, a dental assistant, and Gullickson, a receptionist, had figured out a approach to acquire a […]

More ex-patients exam certain for hep C

June 7, 2013

TULSA – Two some-more former patients of an under-the-microscope Green Country dentist have tested certain for hepatitis C, a Oklahoma State Department of Health reliable Thursday. Seventy-three ex-patients of Dr. Scott Harrington have tested certain for a virus, another 5 for hepatitis B and 3 for HIV given March, when a Oklahoma Board of Dentistry made […]

Nightmare continues for dental patients

May 17, 2013

TULSA – Another box of hepatitis B was reliable in Oklahoma Thursday, a 78th certain hepatitis or HIV exam tied to a Green Country dentist underneath glow for unwholesome operative conditions. The newest contraction outlines a fifth chairman to exam certain for hepatitis B, as good as 70 for hepatitis B and 3 for HIV. […]

Dentist’s permit suspended

May 8, 2013

HOWELL — The Howell dentist who has been charged with carrying a motion-activated camera dark in his practice’s open restroom has had his medical permit suspended. The New Jersey State Board of Dentistry has dangling a medical permit of Dr. Scott M. Meltzer, 49, until a outcome of a rapist proceedings, to that Meltzer has […]

Clean dentists: Do we know how spotless your dentist's bureau is?

May 8, 2013

PORTLAND, Ore. – It usually took one dentist with controversial sterilization practices to set off a large open health shock final month in Oklahoma. Health officials pronounced 7,000 patients of a dentist in Tulsa were potentially unprotected to HIV or hepatitis, and 60 of them tested certain for one of a dangerous diseases. The conditions […]

Dentist charged with essay bootleg prescriptions

April 29, 2013

HERALD STAFF REPORT and ASSOCIATED PRESS newsroom@njherald.com NEWARK — Authorities have arrested a Morris County dentist and charged him with illegally prescribing and dispensing a renouned painkilling drug. The state Division of Consumer Affairs along with sovereign drug authorities contend Succasunna dentist Dr. Ronald M. Jupiter wrote prescriptions for Percocet for clandestine officers who came […]

Prominent Roxbury dentist arrested, charged with dispersing RX drugs illegally

April 27, 2013

Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and a New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs  joined with a U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, behaving Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp and a Roxbury Police Department Friday to announce a arrest. Specifically, Jupiter allegedly illegally diluted Percocet, a tranquil dangerous piece and an addictive painkiller. Roxbury military arrested Dr. […]

OKLAHOMA HIV SCARE:Agency Finds 'Major Violations' during Dentist Office

April 11, 2013

Thousands of patients of an Oklahoma dentist are being urged to get tested for HIV and hepatitis after open health officials found justification of practices that could have unprotected patients to a viruses.  The Oklahoma and Tulsa health departments pronounced Thursday approximately 7,000 people who were treated during clinics operated by Dr. W. Scott Harrington […]