October 26, 2018
by Sarah Muller, The Sydney Morning Herald
A man who performed significant dental work on dozens of patients in western Sydney while falsely claiming to be a dentist since late last year has been convicted and will have to pay more than $60,000.
Majid Rahebi was convicted on Friday with falsely representing he was a dentist, and performing invasive procedures including root canal treatments, crowns and tooth extractions after consulting with patients at his business on Fairfield Road in Guildford West.
Mr Rahebi had never been registered as a dentist or any other health practitioner in Australia, and holds no formal dental qualifications, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency confirmed on Friday.
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