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Dental Hygienist Loses Licence And Called ‘Sexual Abuser’ For Treating His Wife

September 17, 2019
by CBC News


A dental hygienist branded as a sexual abuser and stripped of his licence because he treated his wife has lost his bid to have the punishment overturned.

Ontario’s Divisional Court decision upholding the “harsh” punishment for Alexandru Tanase comes even though regulators have proposed allowing hygienists to treat spouses as dentists may do.

“There is no other case of any dental hygienist anywhere in Canada who has been found guilty of sexual abuse for treating his wife,” the court said in its ruling. “It is indeed unfortunate that the (discipline committee) elected to proceed with the complaint.”

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  1. Dr. Brian Spackman says:

    This is a classic case of an administrator having too much power and not enough brains or compassion. What a revolting abuse of power. Makes the dental profession look like a bunch of morons. No law was ever intended to be a club for beating up on people.

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