April 26, 2018
by Associated Press
Authorities say two Phoenix-area women have been arrested for allegedly performing unlicensed dental work on five unsuspecting victims at an office in Glendale.
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office announced Wednesday that 45-year-old Melissa Pavey and 38-year-old Jolene Houchens are accused of performing unlicensed dental procedures including tooth extractions by utilizing drills, lasers and surgical tools.
Authorities say Pavey and Houchens have never been licensed as a dentist.
According to an indictment, the two women billed victims thousands of dollars to perform the illegal dental procedures.
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